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?”

6.2.2015 // Leah Libresco // “Faith as a Foreign Language”

Boston Theology on Tap is proud to host Leah Libresco on Tuesday June 2 @ 7p! Leah Libresco grew up as an atheist, and started studying Catholicism in detail in order to have better fights with “the most interesting wrong people” she met in college. She wound up conceding the fight and becoming Catholic (and CNN and MSNBC … More 6.2.2015 // Leah Libresco // “Faith as a Foreign Language”