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Hocus Pocus: The Pledge, Turn, and Prestige of Faith

Join my friends and I on March 14th for a unique day of talks, workshops, reflections, music, magic and general mayhem based on the themes of my new book The Divine Magician. This event will be of interest to those interested in the theory and practice of Future Church (Pastors, youth leaders, and students). We’ll be exploring Read More

For the haunted houses that we are

Building on the success of the Idolatry of God event last year I’m running a second event called Holy Ghosts. This isn’t a retreat, lecture series or conference, but a curated festival of ideas. It was Charles Dickens who, in A Christmas Carol, showed us how ghosts appear during those times when we’ve become entombed in our own world and cut off Read More

High Gravity Radical Theology Reading List

  Recently I’ve been leading an in-depth, online reading group with Tripp Fuller that aims to introduce people to some of the seminal thinkers behind the movement often called Radical Theology. With two hundred people having signed up for the six weeks the whole thing has been a great success and is something I’m keen Read More

I Only Read Men on Feminism (on Lies, Damned Lies and the Internet)

Admittedly I was a little taken aback when I learned that I only read men when thinking about issues regarding sexual difference. At least this was according to an article that a good friend sent to me. In it I discovered that I didn’t read woman because of the bias they have and preferred to stick to non-biased men,   Read More

Idolatry of God Event in Belfast

After almost a week of talking, partying, reflecting and sharing life with people who participated in the Idolatry of God event in Belfast I have been taking a day to rest and consider the next step. The whole thing was so much fun that we are already planning to do another event this time next Read More

Poets, Prophets and Preachers with Rob Bell

In 2009 I was invited by Rob Bell to give some talks at his Poets, Prophets and Preachers event. While there I gave two talks called “Returning to the New” and “Those with Ears to Hear.” Traversing a whole range of theoretical and practical issues the conference allowed me to explore a radical vision of future Read More

Idolatry of God Event

April 04, 2013
Idolatry of God Event

About six months ago I had an idea. I wanted to run a small retreat in my hometown of Belfast that would explore some themes developed in my last book. But as I started to plan I became convinced (through the guidance of a friend in the creative industry), that I should rather curate a type of Read More

Idolatry of God: Special Guest Katharine Moody Confirmed!

As we continue to work on The Idolatry of God Retreat we realized that we needed someone who could address the wider cultural, political and religious significance of Pyrotheology. Whoever we invited would not only require an expert knowledge of the radical movement in general, but also an in-depth understanding of my own project and Read More

William Crawley to Interview Jay Bakker at Idolatry of God Event

I’m excited to announce our first special guest for the Idolatry of God event taking place in Belfast over four days in April. He has been a close personal friend to me for many years and is someone I respect deeply. This is also the first time he has done anything in Europe, so this makes Read More

The Idolatry of God Four Day Event

April 23rd – 26th Black Box, Belfast, N. Ireland This exclusive event offers an unpresidented oppurtunity for people to delve into my most recent work and explore its wider implications. By offering a cocktail of in-depth talks, discussions and interactive workshops this event will flesh out a vibrant and counter-cultural expression of faith that cuts Read More

Divine Dystopia

August 08, 2012
Divine Dystopia

Dystopia | Deity Nightclub | Brooklyn | 7pm | 9th September I remember a good friend calling me many years ago, having just read How (Not) to Speak of God. As the conversation went on he said, “Pete, those gatherings you write about in the second part of the book were so inspiring. I loved Read More