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We've all heard about "Biblical manhood." There are different iterations of it, but in our culture manhood seems to center around being a tough leader who protects and provides. But is that the kind of masculinity that Jesus demonstrated? And exactly what did God have in mind when he created men? On this episode of Faith and Feminism, I get the opp…
 
We've all heard about "Biblical manhood." There are different iterations of it, but in our culture manhood seems to center around being a tough leader who protects and provides. But is that the kind of masculinity that Jesus demonstrated? And exactly what did God have in mind when he created men? On this episode of Faith and Feminism, I get the opp…
 
So many of us were raised in purity culture and taught that sex and sexuality are shameful. As some of us begin to become parents, we are wondering how exactly to navigate this area of life with our children. Dr. Sellers shares with us about her new book "Shameless Parenting" and how we can reparent ourselves, and our children, to have a healthy se…
 
Recently there's been some news surrounding the Billy Graham Rule. Politicians, clergy, and even civil servants are claiming the rule and citing the Bible in order not to be alone with female colleagues, but does this even have a Biblical base? Today on the podcast, New Testament scholar Laura Robinson talks about the rule and whether or not it's p…
 
What does it mean to heal from grief? Is it something we do alone, or is healing a communal effort? What does support look like for grieving people, and where do we go for that support? How do we support people we love who are grieving? These are some of the things we talk about in this second conversation about grief.Some of the areas we discuss a…
 
Cessilye Smith the founder and CEO of Abide Women’s Health Services talks to us about racial disparities in Maternal and Infant health-- and her mission to improve birth outcomes in communities with the lowest quality of care by offering healthcare and complimentary services that are easily accessible, holistic, evidence-based and free from judgmen…
 
For a long time we’ve been saying that we need to record an episode about this heavy topic, but we’ve just been too mired in it ourselves to talk about it publicly. We’re finally ready, and we have so much to say that we’re making it a two-parter.In this episode we talk about what exactly grief is, what some of the different types are, and how no m…
 
Blurring the boundaries of righteous and irreverent, Red Lip Theology invites us to discover freedom in a progressive Christian faith that incorporates activism, feminism, and radical authenticity. Essayist and theologian Candice Marie Benbow’s essays explore universal themes like heartache, loss, forgiveness, and sexuality, and she unflinchingly e…
 
In Gaslighted by God, Tiffany Brooks eloquently gives a voice to those of us who through seeking God have found ourselves in the midst of deconstruction. Those who don't understand deconstruction may seek to condemn it, but Brooks shows us that deconstruction is nothing to fear--indeed wrestling with faith is something we see God's people do throug…
 
Hattie Thomas Whitehead is a first-descendent of the historic Athens black neighborhood 'Linnentown' that was erased in the name of urban renewal in order to expand UGA's campus. She tells the story of Linnentown and how she and a small group of seniors were able to pass the first act of reparations in the state of Georgia.…
 
Raised in a conservative Christian family, Christina Dent never thought twice about criminalizing drugs until she met an addicted mother who made her question how our justice system handles addiction. Now she's leading people in conversation in how to best treat people with addiction-- and it's not incarceration.…
 
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