Some Thoughts on Political Theology & Ayahuasca Religion

September 24, 2016 § Leave a comment

See Roger Green’s recent post on the scholarly blog, Political Theology Today, which was given as a conference talk for the Society for the Study of Shamanism in San Rafael, CA over Labor Day weekend, 2016.

Court Decisions Over Psychedelic Tea For Native Americans Should Sensitize Us To The Question of What Is Meant By “Religion” (Roger Green)

 

Peril

August 29, 2016 § Leave a comment

This improvised music is from a session we did backing up poets, Anne Waldman and Eleni Sikelianos. The poet sessions will be coming out soon too. Thanks for listening.

 

Herbert Marcuse, Political Theology, & the 1960s

July 19, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Read Roger Green’s new article on Herbert Marcuse and the Endurance of the 1960s in Political Theology Today.

Herbert Marcuse And The Endurance Of The 1960s For Political Theology (Roger Green)

New Roger Green Album, ‘Peril’ is Available

July 4, 2016 § Leave a comment

Peril Cover

Check out my new release with some amazing musicians who helped. Thanks for listening.

Get the album here.

Part 3 of Roger Green’s “Force in Religious Thought” is now published in JCRT

June 26, 2016 § Leave a comment

The third and final installment of my article on the notion of force in political theology is now published on The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory’s website.

Force in Religious Thought – Carl Raschke and Victoria Kahn in Dialogue, Part 2

June 17, 2016 § Leave a comment

Part two of my three part article on Force in political theological thinkers is now available in the Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory. Force in Religious Thought – Carl Raschke and Victoria Kahn in Dialogue, Part 2

Force in Religious Thought – Carl Raschke and Victoria Kahn in Dialogue, Part 2

Force in Religious Thought – Carl Raschke and Victoria Kahn in Dialogue, Part 1

May 31, 2016 § Leave a comment

Check out “Part One” of a three-part article I wrote that is out today in the Religious Theory blog of the Journal of Cultural and Religious Studies