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April 19, 2019
Who is Number One: On Jordan Peterson and the Political
This is a talk I gave at conference is Boise University that aimed at exploring the work and world of popular speaker Jordan Peterson. In contrast to the growing body of work that shows how Peterson misunderstands and misreads many of the theorists he references, I want to concentrate on one of the people he reads well: Carl Jung. I aim to show that Jungian theory lies at the very heart of Peterson's understanding of subjectivity, his views on religion and his political orientation. In this seminar I'll be showing how Jung's fundamentally religious orientation differs from the central insights of psychoanalysis, and how it leads to Peterson's conservative understanding of Christianity and reactionary political vision. A vision that ultimately sustains the very progressive politics he fights against.
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81 min
April 9, 2019
The Last Guru
It could be argued that the central question throughout the history of Christianity has revolved around the best way to interpret the Crucifixion. Yet this discussion has by no means been restricted to the confessional church. Indeed many prominent philosophers have taken a deep interest in the Crucifixion and reflected on its significance. In contrast to religious interpretations - that connect the atonement with theism, meaning and reconciliation - this Seminar explores a pyrotheological approach that sees the Crucifixion as expressing a form of life marked by the end of religion, the loss of meaning and the embrace of the absurd.
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44 min
March 5, 2019
A Guide To Making Love The Commentary
To compliment the short film Making Love, we created a 40 minute commentary in which I explore the philosophical and theological themes that animate the movie (along with the relevant clips). This is the audio from that commentary. To see the video, visit my youtube page. While commentaries are often optional extras in movies, I see this as a vital, enmeshed, part of this project. Our aim is for the movie and the commentary to work together in enriching and deepening the insights of the viewer. It’s a model I’ve tried to use in my books, especially How (Not) to Speak of God - which played on the movement between the intellectual and existential dimensions of Pyrotheology.
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38 min
February 25, 2019
Holy Shift | The Wholly Other Inner Dimension
In 2018 I joined Rob Bell on his Holy Shift tour. This is a recording from one of the stops. In my talk I explored the idea that the Holy can be approached as a wholly other dimension that cuts across our being. A dimension that we attempt to hide from and ignore. Yet the more we ignore it, the more this wholly other dimension creates unholy hell in our lives. In contrast, if we are able to turn our attention towards it, and orient ourselves to its tremor, it can bring new life to us. If you would like to support me and get more content, visit pyrotheology.com.
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26 min
February 24, 2019
Mapping Pyrotheology
Once a month I give online seminars via Patreon. I occasionally put some up here. If you'd like the full set, visit pyrotheology.com. In this seminar I offer a framework that enables people to see how religious ideology functions, what a pyrotheological reading of Christianity entails, and how this is practiced in community. During the seminar I’ll be showing how religious ideology continues to function within secular spaces and offer a religionless reading of Christianity that aims squarely at eviscerating this way of operating in the world. In doing this I draw out the main difference between pyrotheology and things like Depth Psychology, the Enneagram, Humanism, Progressive Christianity and Liberal Christianity.
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61 min
February 9, 2019
Embracing The Lack | An Interview with Peter Jost
In April 2018 I was interviewed by the German theologian Peter Jost at my Wake Festival. For more content, jump over to https://www.patreon.com/peterrollins
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65 min
January 22, 2019
A Friend is Just a Stranger You Haven't Met
This is part of a talk I gave at a live Fundamentalists event in LA. In it I explore the idea that we are strangers to ourselves, and often oblivious to our desires.
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19 min
January 9, 2019
Pyrotheology and Ultimate Concern
In this short reflection I use Tillich's idea of Ultimate Concern to introduce one of the basic aims of Pyrotheology. To learn more about Pyrotheology, check out the pyro-seminars on my Patreon. If you want to take a deep dive into Tillich's notion of Ultimate Concern, check out my course 'Find and You Will Seek' on my website. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/peterrollins Find and You Will Seek: https://peterrollins.com/advent
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31 min
January 7, 2019
How to Manage Impossible Relationships
In this podcast I explore the roots of modern notions of romance, the impossibility of relationships, and how to turn that impossibility into something truly beautiful. I even give a little relationship advice at the end!
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23 min
December 8, 2018
How Far Can You Get Without Getting out of Bed
Does thinking get us anywhere? Is relativism possible? What can we know? In this seminar I explore Speculative Philosophy through the lens of Paul Tillich's book My Search for Absolutes. To hear my full set of lectures on this book, visit peterrollins.com and get my Find and You Will Seek course.
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40 min
November 4, 2018
The C Word
Here I take a look at Capitalism. In particular, I reflect on whether Capitalism is rooted in our natural tendencies, whether it is the final system, and what, if anything, might lie beyond it.
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45 min
November 1, 2018
Advent Course | Paul Tillich and the Absolute
From a philosophical point of view, Advent can be seen as a time when we might open ourselves up to the thought of the Infinite erupting in the heart of Finite. Beyond its narrowly religious meaning, we can say that the word 'Incarnation' articulates the idea of Truth being enfleshed in the world. This provides the perfect opportunity for me to offer an Advent course on one of my favorite books by Paul Tillich. The book is based on a series of lectures that Tillich gave shortly before his death, and it represents his last important work. It also happens to be his most personal work, and one of the clearest overviews of his life project. The lectures explore Tillich’s lifelong search for the Absolute, and draw out how he viewed this passionate search as itself the evidence that the Absolute he sought had already been found. During this course we’ll confront a powerful argument, beautifully articulated, that explores how ‘seeking’ and ‘finding’ are intimately intertwined. An argument that provides a way to avoid both fundamentalism on one hand and relativism on the other. By doing this course, you will gain a powerful way of understanding the relationship between faith and doubt, grasp what Tillich means by ‘the God beyond God’, and gain an appreciation of how we might already be grounded in the truth that we seek. If you'd like to join me for this advent course, just jump onto my website or click peterrollins.com/advent
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8 min
October 28, 2018
Psychoanalysis vs Depth Psychology | On Jung and Freud
In this short reflection I outline one of the central differences between Jung's Analytical Psychology and Freud's Psychoanalysis. This is a reflection that is based on a talk I recently gave on a critical assessment of Jordan Peterson's work.
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21 min
October 11, 2018
Not getting what you want
In this pyro-seminar I look at why oppressive systems work and what we might get out of their failure. To get access to all the pyro-seminars (and lots of other stuff) join my patreon.
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74 min
October 6, 2018
Joined by Our Lack
This is the introductory talk from Wake 2018. In it I talk about how Pyrotheology relates to the notion of Lack.
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63 min
September 14, 2018
Confronting the Holy: Whole or Hole
Confronting the Holy: Whole or Hole by Peter Rollins
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41 min
August 18, 2018
See no evil, acknowledge no evil, experience no evil | On Ideology and Antagonism
How does ideology prevent us from touching antagonism, how does it function in religion, and is there a religionless way of articulating faith. Click here to get the course I talk about in the video: https://peterrollins.com/beyond-belief
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23 min
August 16, 2018
The Möbius Strip Club: On Crude Materialism, Two-World Cosmology and the Twist in Reality
In this reflection I look at the structure of the Möbius strip, and what it can teach us about the structure of the Real, the Unconscious and the Holy.
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27 min
August 6, 2018
How to Start a Cult | An Interview with Maggie Rowe
This is part of an interview I did with the writer, performer and cult leader Maggie Rowe originally done for my Patreon page. Maggie is an actress, writer and performer. Maggie has written screenplays for films including Bright Day! and Out West, for TV shows such as Flaked and Arrested Development, and created the stage productions for Hollywood Hell House, Hollywood Purity Ball, Lawyer Cop Doctors, and Pretty Good Show). She has also edited a book of personal essays called Dirty Laundry, and even founded a satirical religion called Pyrasphere. In addition to all this she has produced and regularly performed in the spoken word show sitnspin (created by Jill Soloway) at the Comedy Central stage. Her latest book is called Sin Bravely: A Memoir of Spiritual Disobedience.
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41 min
August 2, 2018
Pints and Parabes in Santa Barbara
This is a recording from my Pints and Parables event in Santa Barbara, May 2017
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70 min
July 31, 2018
The Madness of Catching Light: On C.S. Lewis, Lacan and the Sublime
One of C.S. Lewis’ most interesting and intriguing works is a short story entitled ‘Light’. A huge amount of controversy and mythology surrounds the text itself, and it was never published in his lifetime. Indeed, its final form wasn’t published until two decades after his death. This is a dark story that reads like something penned by Jean-Paul Sartre or Camus. In this seminar I offer a close reading of the story and use it to unpack the nature of desire, the madness that comes from certainty and the nature of the Sublime. I’ll employ the story as a means of shedding light on Lacan’s enigmatic statement, “do not give way on your desire” and draw out the difference between fundamentalist fanaticism and a healthy celebration of the Sublime.
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62 min
July 30, 2018
On Making an Enemy: The Creation, Cultivation and Contortion of Resistance
Power and Resistance are often thought of as antagonistic opposites that confront each other. However Power often covers the entire field of Power and Resistance. Here I explore how.
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23 min
July 29, 2018
Mobilizing Discontent: Creating Spaces for Change
Often we attempt to minimize our discontent rather than mobilize it. In this short reflection, I outline the difference and talk about some events that I run which aim at the latter.
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15 min
July 29, 2018
Ideology: Problem or Parallax
What is ideology? Here I look at five features that can help us understand this term
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27 min
July 29, 2018
The Case of the Missing Finger: Belief, Action and the Symptom
In this reflection I explore the how we might come to glimpse what we believe through our symptoms rather than our conscious beliefs and actions.
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27 min
July 23, 2018
Love Trumps Hate On Peterson Cultural Marxism And Postmodernism
In this reflection I look at Jordan Peterson's genealogy of marxism and explore his view of post-structuralism as advocating a multiplicity that undermines authoritative readings of a text.
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29 min
July 7, 2018
Radical Theology with Moshe Kasher
In 2017 Peter was a guest on Moshe Kasher's Hound Tall, along with Nick Thune, Sara Schafer and Kurt Metzger. It's a pretty crazy interview with some magical moments sprinkled through the comedy chaos.
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68 min
June 25, 2018
Escaping the Sitcom of Life: David Brent, Grotesques and Life Before Death
One of the greatest comedic characters to come out of the UK in recent years is undoubtably David Brent. Created and performed by Ricky Gervas, Brent is a pitiful character; constantly hiding from his self-loathing by unsuccessfully trying to play the part of a successful, funny, attractive and popular Renaissance Man. In the figure of Brent, Gervas has been able to create a character who manifestly wrestles with repression, neurotic symptoms, and eruptions of the unconscious. However, while the character is largely comic, there is a tragic element to him that is fleshed out at the end of The Office and at the conclusion of the movie David Brent: Life on the Road. In this Pyro-seminar, I’ll be using Brent as an example of the universal struggle that is human existence. Not only that, but I’ll be showing how Brent can show us how to bear the weight of that struggle and find a depth of meaning. With the help of Brent, I'll attempt to delineate the type of freedom that a pyrotheological community offers.
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50 min
June 11, 2018
The Politics Of Disavowed Enjoyment
In this short reflection I look at the pleasure we can get from self-sabotage, and how we might sabotage our self-sabotage.
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29 min
June 3, 2018
How To Be An Idiot
In this seminar from 2014, Peter explores how the categories of Idiot, Imbecile and Moron can give us insight into different ways of engaging with the social order, and touches on the theological significance of this in relation to the theme of conversion
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58 min
June 3, 2018
You Made it Weird
This is an interview from December 2014 that Peter did with Pete Holmes. The cover ghosts, suffering, loss and love.
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134 min
June 3, 2018
God of this World
This is a talk I gave at my Wake festival in Belfast. Here I look at idolatry and its relationship to both fantasy and self-sabotage. For more information about Wake 2019, visit my website.
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55 min
June 2, 2018
Joined By Our Lack
This is the introductory talk from Wake 2018. In it I talk about how Pyrotheology relates to the notion of Lack. It deals with some of the material I wanted to cover, but I never got to the theme of Idolatry that was my original aim, so I'll cover that at a later date. I also thought I'd give you a little taste of Adam at the beginning (the friend who I run Wake with).
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63 min
May 29, 2018
Meditation Works, and that's the Problem
What if the problem with meditation as it's mostly practiced in contemporary society, isn't that it doesn't work, but that it does. That it helps us to integrate more seamlessly into our world, minimizing our discontent, rather than helping us mobilize and enjoy our discontent.
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22 min
May 16, 2018
When Atheism isn't Atheistic Enough
This is an early Pyro-seminar that explores the relation between pyrotheology and atheism. For lots more seminars, sign up at pyrotheology.com
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105 min
May 14, 2018
On the Holy and its Relation to the Unconcsious
This facebook live reflections on Rudolf Otto's notion of the Holy and connects it with the Freudian unconscious
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35 min
April 15, 2018
Lack and the Social Bond
Lack and the Social Bond by Peter Rollins
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32 min
April 2, 2018
Easter Fools Day
In this video I talk briefly about the relationship between the Crucifixion, Resurrection and the Absurd.
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21 min
February 26, 2018
Changing Worlds: A Primer on the Apocalypse
In the video I talk about the end of worlds and the beginning of new ones.
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21 min
February 15, 2018
The Obsessive and the Hysteric: Žižek on Peterson
Here I unpack Žižek's analysis of Jordan Peterson in The Independent, with reference to Peterson's Channel 4 interview with Cathy Newman
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46 min
February 12, 2018
When Atheism isn't Atheistic Enough: Radical Theology and the Death of God
In this video I look briefly at week 6 of Atheism for Lent, which introduces how the previous material interacts with Pyrotheology.
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29 min
February 10, 2018
Religionless Christianity The Existential Theologians
In this session I look at week 4 of atheism for Lent. A week that focuses on Tillich, Daly, Bonhoeffer and the Radical Theologians of the 1960's.
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19 min
February 10, 2018
Salvation For Zombies (Lecture At The Brehm Center)
In June 2014 gave a lecture where he offers some thoughts on modern Christianity and some of his theological explorations, followed by a Q&A time with Pete and Barry Taylor, Brehm Center professor of arts and culture.
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100 min
February 9, 2018
Proof in the Pudding: Materialist Readings of Religion
Here I introduce and outline the 18th and 19th century critique of religion.
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25 min
February 9, 2018
Encircling the Nothing: Mysticism, Truth and the Unknowable
Here I introduce the mystics and explore their understanding of atheism. I also touch on how the mystical system was the forerunner of many contemporary sciences.
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27 min
February 8, 2018
Priests Make the Best Atheists
Here I touch on the purpose of Atheism for Lent and some of the reflections that will be in week two.
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17 min
February 7, 2018
Time in a Bottle: On Confronting the Other
Here I talk about the first week of Atheism for Lent with reference to a little known comic book called Knight and Squire
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16 min
February 5, 2018
When Everything Isn't Enough: On Providence, Osteen and Anxiety
In this short reflection I explore the theological conception of Providence and attempt to excavate its existential meaning.
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24 min
January 31, 2018
The Failure Of Love: MacGyver, Desire and the Art of Making Love
This is a short reflection I gave on desire at Sunday Service. A community in LA run by Barry Taylor. The music in this reflection is by Adrian Romero.
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10 min
September 15, 2017
How to Gain Clients and Extract Wealth: The End of Transference and Traversing the Fantasy
In this FB Live, I introduce the concepts of Transference and Fantasy, as well as exploring how they can be overcome.
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23 min
September 13, 2017
Becoming an Ethical Subject: In Defense of Predestination
Here I explore how the doctrine of Predestination is one of the most powerful theological moves to escape economic forms of moral action.
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19 min
September 8, 2017
I Don't Know What You Want Because you Don't Know: Freedom from the Big Other
Here I look at the concepts of Alienation and Separation and how they relate to Pyrotheology
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31 min
September 3, 2017
Stationary Movement: On Grace, Law and Pyrotheology
Here I talk a little about how grace functions in the everyday sense, and how this needs to be distinguished from its offense theological meaning. If you'd like to get more content like this and be involved in our "Non-Membership" community, click the link: peterrollins.com/patreon
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25 min
September 3, 2017
The Tyranny of Self-Help: Coveting and the Body of Death
In this FB live, I talk a little about the idea of coveting as inherently caught up in notions of the self, and contrast this with the idea of Soul..
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21 min
August 31, 2017
Losing the Lost Object: On Scapegoating, Ideology and Conversion
With traumatic events like those witnessed in Charlottesville, we’re faced with the challenge of how to read, and respond to, the rise of right wing organizations. In the current climate of political unrest, there are groups who wish to mobilize discontent around the figure of a scapegoat. Some group that can be held responsible for real political, economic and cultural antagonisms. In this seminar we explore a theoretical framework that can help us interpret the rise of extremism and understand how to develop an effective response. Beyond condemnation and calls for love, we look at how a pyrotheological reading of Christianity can help us actively forge micro-societies of resistance that can positively transform our political landscape.
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60 min
July 30, 2017
Into the Wilderness: A Conversation with Kent Dobson
In this live video I chat with Kent Dobson about disruption, Jung, Freud and his new book Bitten by a Camel.
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51 min
July 25, 2017
The Art of Wanting Want: Christianity and Desire
In this Live video I look at what it might mean to actively desire what we don't have, and how this connects with Christianity.
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26 min
July 18, 2017
Maybe Reality is Fuzzy: Faith and Nihilism
Here I touch on the main difference between faith and nihilism.
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19 min
July 13, 2017
Circle of Reality (Excerpt from week 1 of Christ and the End of Meaning
This is an excerpt from the first week of my 8 week book study on Christ and the End of Meaning. Sign up to my book study via pyrotheology.com
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11 min
July 7, 2017
Rob Bell Interview
Here I have a chat with Rob Bell about his book on the Bible.
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35 min
July 5, 2017
The Role of Theology: Against Superstition and Crude Materialism
In this talk I explore Tillich's idea that theology is a way of defending us against sacred and secular ways of trying to control the world.
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34 min
June 3, 2017
Mustard Seeds
This is a recording from a Pints and Parables event I did in Grand Rapids. Recorded by the [De]constructionists, with a score by Adrian Romero.
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3 min
May 7, 2017
Making Love: The Knot of Desire
In this video I talk a little about the movie Making Love and the dilemma that lies at the heart of desire. To find out more about the film, click the link: https://goo.gl/POZgSX
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33 min
April 21, 2017
It is Better that Heaven Insist: C.S. Lewis, Joy and the Absurd
Here I look at C.S. Lewis' understanding of Joy and how it connects with the work of Pyrotheology
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26 min
April 14, 2017
Schopenhauer's Pendulum: On The Objectivity Of Suffering
Here I talk briefly about the misperception that depression is something we subjectively feel.
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13 min
April 12, 2017
Liar, Lunatic And Lord
Here I explore the idea that Jesus can be seen as a fundamentally immoral and anti-wisdom figure.
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26 min
April 12, 2017
On Wanting What You Need: Reflections on Pyro-Church
In this Facebook Live video I talk a little about how we want satisfaction and need lack.
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13 min
March 26, 2017
Drew Marshall interviews Peter Rollins on Saint Patrick's Day (2017)
This is an interview Peter Rollins did with his friend Drew Marshall on St Patrick's Day
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40 min
March 23, 2017
On Hope: A fairytale from Enduring Love
On Hope: A fairytale from Enduring Love by Peter Rollins
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4 min
March 13, 2017
Five Minutes to Get Out: A Reflection on Christmas
This is a short reflection I gave in the Netherlands in December 2016 for a TV show exploring the meaning of Christmas.
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7 min
March 13, 2017
Three Types Of Spirituality- The High, The Low And The Within
Here I explore the meaning of spirituality and its relationship with the material world. One definition is more traditionally theistic, one ambiguous and one more atheistic.
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22 min
March 10, 2017
Universalism And Bad Faith
Here I touch on two dominant types of universalism operating within Christianity, and contrast them with the type of universalism found in Pyrotheology.
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22 min
March 8, 2017
What is Religion
What is Religion by Peter Rollins
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25 min
February 26, 2017
Week 1: A Welcome, Introduction And Orientation
This is a little introduction to Atheism for Lent
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36 min
February 24, 2017
The Alien From Inner Space: Prometheus, Death Drive And Original Sin
Here I talk about some the theological and psychoanalytic insights embedded in the movie Prometheus, particularly around the themes of Death Drive and Sin.
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22 min
February 20, 2017
Did God Kill Jesus, Or Did Jesus Kill God- Some Thoughts On The Crucifixion
Did God Kill Jesus, Or Did Jesus Kill God- Some Thoughts On The Crucifixion by Peter Rollins
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32 min
February 18, 2017
The Critique Of God: Atheism, Mysticism And Materialist Theology
Here I outline the structure of my 2017 Atheism for Lent course and talk about some of the themes.
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28 min
January 28, 2017
Time In A Bottle- Transformance Art And Decentering Practice
Time In A Bottle- Transformance Art And Decentering Practice by Peter Rollins
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37 min
January 25, 2017
On Melancholy And Misery- In Praise Of Everyday Unhappiness
Here I talk about the nature of melancholy in Freud and Lacan and how it might help us understand why their can be deadlocks in our desire.
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20 min
January 17, 2017
In Defence Of Inerrancy- Lewis, Freud And Dream Interpretation
In Defence Of Inerrancy- Lewis, Freud And Dream Interpretation by Peter Rollins
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30 min
January 17, 2017
Atheism For Lent
Atheism For Lent by Peter Rollins
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19 min
January 17, 2017
Voices From The Margins- A Conversation With Conner Habib
Voices From The Margins- A Conversation With Conner Habib by Peter Rollins
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32 min
January 17, 2017
When Atheism Isn't Atheistic Enough- A Taster
When Atheism Isn't Atheistic Enough- A Taster by Peter Rollins
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9 min
January 17, 2017
Myth And The Real
Myth And The Real by Peter Rollins
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20 min
January 17, 2017
Defence Mechanisms And Transfiguration- The Art Of Turning Pain Into Progress
Defence Mechanisms And Transfiguration- The Art Of Turning Pain Into Progress by Peter Rollins
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36 min
January 17, 2017
Living In Troubled Times- On Splitting, Novelty And Hope
Living In Troubled Times- On Splitting, Novelty And Hope by Peter Rollins
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32 min
January 17, 2017
The Devil Made Me Do It- Exorcism And Grace (Part 2 Of 2)
The Devil Made Me Do It- Exorcism And Grace (Part 2 Of 2) by Peter Rollins
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28 min
January 17, 2017
Trauma And Forgiveness (Part 1 Of 2)
Trauma And Forgiveness (Part 1 Of 2) by Peter Rollins
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26 min
January 17, 2017
Entering The Storm- A Conversation With Kent Dobson
Entering The Storm- A Conversation With Kent Dobson by Peter Rollins
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33 min
January 17, 2017
The Man Who Got Everything- Willy Wonka And The Twilight Zone
The Man Who Got Everything- Willy Wonka And The Twilight Zone by Peter Rollins
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26 min
January 17, 2017
The End Of Meaning- Dadism, Transformance Art And Faith
The End Of Meaning- Dadism, Transformance Art And Faith by Peter Rollins
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44 min
January 17, 2017
How To Identify A Psychotic, Perverse And Neurotic Community
How To Identify A Psychotic, Perverse And Neurotic Community by Peter Rollins
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31 min
January 17, 2017
Did God Kill Jesus, Or Did Jesus Kill God- Some Thoughts On The Crucifixion
Did God Kill Jesus, Or Did Jesus Kill God- Some Thoughts On The Crucifixion by Peter Rollins
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32 min
January 17, 2017
What's Going On In The Name "God"
What's Going On In The Name "God" by Peter Rollins
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42 min
January 17, 2017
Gravity And Grace- Simone Weil And The World
Gravity And Grace- Simone Weil And The World by Peter Rollins
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26 min
January 17, 2017
A Reflection On Miracles
A Reflection On Miracles by Peter Rollins
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21 min
January 17, 2017
Love Does Not Exist
Love Does Not Exist by Peter Rollins
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27 min
January 17, 2017
A Conversation With Barry Taylor On Religionless Christianity
A Conversation With Barry Taylor On Religionless Christianity by Peter Rollins
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39 min
January 17, 2017
The Most Beautiful Child In The World- The Objective, Subjective And Evental Dimension Of Theology
The Most Beautiful Child In The World- The Objective, Subjective And Evental Dimension Of Theology by Peter Rollins
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32 min
January 17, 2017
The Technology Of Theology Is Liturgy- Part 1
The Technology Of Theology Is Liturgy- Part 1 by Peter Rollins
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32 min
January 17, 2017
The Technology Of Theology Is Liturgy- Part 2
The Technology Of Theology Is Liturgy- Part 2 by Peter Rollins
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30 min
January 17, 2017
The Challenge Of Knowing What You Believe
The Challenge Of Knowing What You Believe by Peter Rollins
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25 min
January 17, 2017
The Illusion Of Harmony- In Defence Of Original Sin
The Illusion Of Harmony- In Defence Of Original Sin by Peter Rollins
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33 min
January 17, 2017
We Are An Enigma Unto Ourselves- Belief And Self Deception
We Are An Enigma Unto Ourselves- Belief And Self Deception by Peter Rollins
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19 min
January 17, 2017
Beyond Being- Four Ways Of Thinking "God"
Beyond Being- Four Ways Of Thinking "God" by Peter Rollins
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38 min
January 17, 2017
The Happy Reaper- Death, Debt And Anxiety
The Happy Reaper- Death, Debt And Anxiety by Peter Rollins
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23 min
January 17, 2017
Embracing The Lack- The Conservative, The Revolutionary And The Rebel
Embracing The Lack- The Conservative, The Revolutionary And The Rebel by Peter Rollins
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32 min
January 17, 2017
Burning Man And The Eucharist- Gathering Around A Shared Loss
Burning Man And The Eucharist- Gathering Around A Shared Loss by Peter Rollins
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18 min
January 17, 2017
Christianity And The Absurd- Punk, Dadaism And The Foolishness Of Faith
Christianity And The Absurd- Punk, Dadaism And The Foolishness Of Faith by Peter Rollins
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23 min
January 17, 2017
Religionless Christianity
Religionless Christianity by Peter Rollins
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29 min
January 17, 2017
The Rapture
The Rapture by Peter Rollins
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28 min
January 17, 2017
A Religionless Reading Of Faith
A Religionless Reading Of Faith by Peter Rollins
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22 min
January 9, 2017
How to Eat an Omelette: The Miser, his Money and the Magical Object
In this talk I explore the riddle that Simone Weil wrote: What does the miser lose when he loses his fortune.
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31 min
September 24, 2016
The Enigma of Belief
The Enigma of Belief by Peter Rollins
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34 min
September 22, 2016
Christianity and Punk (with Barry Taylor)
Christianity and Punk (with Barry Taylor) by Peter Rollins
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36 min
September 21, 2016
Christianity and the Absurd
Christianity and the Absurd by Peter Rollins
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33 min
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