• Christian Feminism: an oxymoron?
  • Why Christians might object to the label
  • Why Feminists might object to the label
  • “The personal is political.”



  • Julé, Allyson, and Bettina T. Pedersen. Being Feminist, Being Christian: Essays from Academia. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. Print.
  • Modeling and intersectional pedagogy
  • The Wesleyan Quadrilateral
  • The impossibility of objective reading
  • Personal politics as ever-evolving


Passing On

  • Lee, Justin. Torn: Rescuing the Gospel from the Gays v. Christians Debate. New York: Jericho Books, 2012. Print.
  • Campbell, Susan. Dating Jesus: A Story of Fundamentalism, Feminism, and the American Girl. Boston: Beacon, 2009. Print.
6 thoughts on “The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 1.1: Introductions and Intersections (Part One)”
  1. I listened and loved it.  If it’s not too early to start requesting episodes (and if it is, I’ve already done so), could you dwell a spell longer on the Wesleyan Quadrilateral?  Seems to me that Scripture, tradition, reason, and experience are four things that have been and should be the subject-matter of feminist examination, and I’d like to hear your crew take them on.  
    Beyond that, I really liked the idea that the self-aware interpretation is superior to the interpretation that pretends not to be.  That’s one of those distinctions that I’ll carry with me for sure.
    Good show, and I look forward to the next one!

  2. ngilmour Thanks for listening. I’ll talk to Shelah about making the Quadrilateral its own show; I’m sure she’d be excited! Thanks again for all the support from the CHP.

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