I spent the last part of this week at Claremont School of Theology taking part in a conference called Theology After Google. The event was part of an ongoing discussion hosted by Phillip Clayton and his Transforming Theology project and featured a number of speakers from diverse backgrounds asked to present TED-style(i.e. short and sweet 15-17 minutes). Alongside the conference there was a contest, a very special 'cornhole' championship. Now for the uninitiated, cornhole is essentially all about tossing little beanbags into a hole in a board, I know but Tripp Fuller of Homebrewed Christianity, is a cornhole addict. Pressed into participating, I managed to win the contest with my cornhole partner Ryan. I have a trophy for my efforts, the first time I have been awarded anything at a theology conference! As for the conference, it was pretty good, some horizons were pushed for a change, and it was definitely not the usual deck-shuffling that potentially happens at events like this.I am pretty sure that Tripp will publish some stuff about it at HBC so keep yours eyes peeled.