A very special Boston Theology on Tap // Tues. Dec. 8 @ 7p // Heather Salfrank Joseph: “The Syrian Refugee Crisis, the U.S. Resettlement Program, and Our National Response”

Join us for Theology on Tap on a special night this December! Tuesday Dec. 8 @ 7p @ the Rattlesnake Bar on Boylston Isis rises. Syria: 12 million displaced persons. In America, Facebook pages erupt. What is an appropriate response from the church? In today’s worldwide refugee crisis — in which 4.1 million Syrians are displaced by civil war and the … More A very special Boston Theology on Tap // Tues. Dec. 8 @ 7p // Heather Salfrank Joseph: “The Syrian Refugee Crisis, the U.S. Resettlement Program, and Our National Response”

Tues. 10 November 2015 @ 7p // Fr. Phillip Ellsworth, “God vs. God: Is the Old Testament God Really Cranky & Mean and the New Testament God Warm & Fuzzy?”

Boston Theology on Tap returns on Tuesday 10 November when our special guest is Fr. Phillip Ellsworth, whose topic will be: “God vs. God: Is the Old Testament God Really Cranky & Mean and the New Testament God Warm & Fuzzy?” It’s an age-old question: “Is the God of the OT really the same God of the … More Tues. 10 November 2015 @ 7p // Fr. Phillip Ellsworth, “God vs. God: Is the Old Testament God Really Cranky & Mean and the New Testament God Warm & Fuzzy?”

13 October 2015 // Theology on Tap Returns // Br. Jim Woodrum, SSJE, “How Did I Wind Up Here? Scriptural Maps for Discerning Vocation”

Boston Theology on Tap is excited to kick off our new season on Tuesday 13 October with a visit from Br. Jim Woodrum, SSJE. “How Did I Wind Up Here: Scriptural Maps for Discerning Vocation” For some, it seems the sense of a calling, or vocation, is clear and the road to realization well marked and … More 13 October 2015 // Theology on Tap Returns // Br. Jim Woodrum, SSJE, “How Did I Wind Up Here? Scriptural Maps for Discerning Vocation”