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Download or Stream this Episode Along with special guests Jordan Poss and Danny Anderson from the Sectarian Review, Coyle and Ed discuss Hillbilly Elegy, J.D. Vance’s highly lauded memoir about growing up in the Appalachian white[…]
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Welcome, Kim! Knowing Guide to Feminist Pedagogy Our experiences with feminist pedagogyOur response to the guide Reading Teaching to Transgress Feminist Theological Pedagogy for Ministerial Formation Passing On What I Want Pastors to Know[…]
Download or stream this episode None of our listeners, I’m sure, will disagree with me when I say that we live in divided times—terrifyingly divided times, it sometimes seems, in which Americans are so pulled[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In our latest episode, Ed and Coyle continue to discuss Donald Trump’s presidency, including his plan for his first 100 days in office, his early administrative appointments, and how Christians[…]
Katie Grubbs, Marie Hause, and Alexis Neal discuss the feminism of Dorothy Sayers as expressed in the essays “Are Women Human?” and “The Human-Not-Quite-Human” and the novel Gaudy Night. This episode, Part 2, includes our[…]