Category: Personal

Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 42: Ghostbusters

Introductions Listener Mail Knowing Controversies surrounding the 2016 film Our experiences of the 1984 film Did we like the remake? Reading Violet Ramis Stiel on Ghostbusters Chaz Ebert on Ghostbusters “Hey look, Ghostbusters didn’t kill feminism!” Passing On The Mask You Live In She Who Is Gillian Anderson Tweets Kate McKinnon

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 41: Live at Wild Goose

Receiving, Responding, Reshaping Stories of Womanhood Knowing:  Carla Ewert and Danny Anderson: Intro and Wild Goose reflection Russ Jennings talks about the Christian Humanist Network Carla Ewert on Wild Goose Theme Interviews:  Teresa Pasquale Brie Stoner Josh Scott Passing On:  Other great podcasts from Wild Goose: Love in a Dangerous Time with Russ Jennings The…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 34: Taylor Swift



Listener e-mail and thanks


  • Are the CFPers Swifties?
  • A quick bio


Passing On

  • Various links on White Feminism:

The ChristianFeminist Podcast, Ep. # 29: Thanksgiving

Knowing Intros—Welcome, Jay! Thanks and listener mail Why we cook Reading Food in the Bible Hospitality as Christian virtue The first Thanksgiving: Myth and fact Passing On Bread and Wine Every Body Matters Faith and History The Music of the Pilgrims Recipes Squash Apple Bake 2 lbs butternut squash, peeled and sliced into rings/circles (or…

The Christian Feminist Podcast Episode # 23: Cross-gendered Friendship

Intros Knowing Purity Culture What we mean by “cross-gendered friendship” Connections to women in church leadership Reading Passing On The Book of Daniel, Ch. 13 (The Story of Susanna) Cheryl Sandberg’s Lean In

The "High Rise" at Fermilab

The Pietist Schoolman Podcast, Episode #5: Sciences and Arts

It’s time to start addressing some blind spots in our vision for higher education, as Dick Peterson embellishes on his brief remarks about science education in our book from InterVarsity Press and Ken Steinbach discusses the visual arts — utterly absent from that book. Better yet, both talk about teaching — a part of their craft…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #20: Women’s Bible Studies

Intros: Welcome, Alexis! A listener e-mail Knowing Our personal women’s Bible study experiences Gendered ways of reading the Bible: standpoint epistemology and gender-neutral language Common structures and major players on the scene Links between women’s Bible studies and “Women’s Ministry” Reading Passing On

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 19: Catcalling and the Public Female Body

Knowing Catcalling and the public body: defining terms Reactions to catcalling Countermovements Reading Our own catcalling/street-harassment experiences Passing On

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 18: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

Intros Listener Mail Knowing Quick bio of Amy Poehler Quick bio Of Tina Fey Highlights of their shared careers Reading Our connections to Fey and Poehler Leslie Knope v. Liz Lemon The feminism of a famous friendship The Christianity connection Passing On [Note: Something went wrong with our audio files, so you won’t hear all…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #15: Christianity and Sex-Positivism

Introductions Knowing Why this episode? Definitions of sex-positivism and sex-negativism More on sex-positivism as a movement Reading : Chapter Four of Christian Perspectives of Sex and Pornography Passing On  

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 14: Learning to Walk in the Dark

Intros Listener E-mails Knowing A short biography of Barbara Brown Taylor A summary of Learning to Walk in the Dark Reading Treasures of Darkness: Abandoning “ solar spirituality” Darkness and the fear of the Lord Dark emotions and the purpose of the “dark night of the soul” How do we apply the book’s lessons? What…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 11: LGBTQ People and the Church

Intros, and welcome to our guest panelist Knowing Why the topic Defining some terms Torn and the Gay Christian Network Danny Cortez and the SBC Why this topic is important to us Reading Justin Lee and growing up as a gay Christian The problem with “Love the sinner; hate the sin” Lee’s conclusions: Side A…