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Christian Feminist Podcast – Ep 173 Arcane

Christian Feminist Podcast – 173 Introduction Hello, and welcome to episode 173 of the Christian Feminit Podcast.  I’m Sara Klooster.  Today we are discussing the beautiful Netflix animated steampunk series Arcane which is based on the lore for the League of Legends video game.  Arcane has the distinct honor of being, in my opinion, the…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 172: Roxane Gay: Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body

Listen in as Christina Bieber Lake, Victoria Reynolds Farmer, and Katie Grubbs discuss this raw and powerful memoir. The panelists address many issues including the question, does this memoir have the power to change hearts and minds? Victoria mentions Roxane Gay’s discussion of her 2018 weight loss surgery. You can read that here. Passing On…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode 328

We’re back! Michial Farmer talks to David Grubbs and Nathan Gilmour about a 1979 episode of Sears Radio Theater called, appropriately enough, “The Sabbatical.” Come listen as we encounter A FATE WORSE THAN DEATH when Melville Pauley winds his way through Vienna. Come see Nathan at the Theology Beer Camp in Chapel Hill, NC, 13-15 October!…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 171: Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple

CFP 171: Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple -Introductions -Why talk about Miss Marple? Knowing -Katie gives brief publication history of Miss Marple -Laurie gives brief run-down of some of the major Marple adaptations on TV and in film The Mirror Crack’d Miss Marple (1984) Marple -When did you first encounter Miss Marple? What do you appreciate…

Before They Were Live, Episode 54

Josh Altmanshofer, Michial Farmer, and special guest Danny Anderson talk about the 54th full-length animated feature in the Disney canon, 2013’s Big Hero 6. We had a few audio issues on this episode, but hopefully it’s nothing too terrible. Technology doesn’t work as well here in 2022 as it does in futuristic San Fransokyo.

The Christian Feminist Podcast 169: The Pastor’s Wife

In this episode we apply our Christian Feminist lens to the role of Pastor’s Wife to consider how that lens might help us to better understand both the blessings and challenges of being a pastor’s wife. We are focusing specifically on pastors’ wives rather than pastors’ husbands because expectations on pastors’ wives tend to be…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 169: The Pastor’s Wife

In this episode we apply our Christian Feminist lens to the role of Pastor’s Wife to consider how that lens might help us to better understand both the blessings and challenges of being a pastor’s wife. We are focusing specifically on pastors’ wives rather than pastors’ husbands because expectations on pastors’ wives tend to be…

Christian Humanist Profiles 232: Rescuing Socrates

When I started my undergraduate years at Milligan College in 1995, its interdisciplinary Humanities sequence was already a well-established hallmark of its educational project.  In each of my first four semesters we read history and theology and literature and philosophy and all kinds of texts from different eras, always letting each inform the others.  Dr.…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 168: Women in Ministry

Christian Feminist Podcast Episode 168: Women in Ministry Moderator: Carla Godwin Panelists: Rev. Emily Payne, Victoria Reynolds Farmer Intro: Hello and welcome to Episode #167 (oops! It’s really episode 168) of the Christian Feminist Podcast. I’m your Moderator Carla Godwin and with me today are Victoria Reynolds Farmer and a guest Panelist Reverend Emily Payne.…

Christian Humanist Profiles 230: Falsehood and Fallacy

 I’m still a young enough professor that I don’t remember a time before “critical thinking” was a buzzword in the profession.  Back in the fall of 2000, when first I started, John Bean convinced me that the goal of core-curriculum classes should be to introduce novices to the practices and standards of the university disciplines,…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, episode #167: The Proverbs 31 Woman

Knowing Why this episode Our past with the Biblical text A bit of historical background A bit of interpretation history (including Christine Yoder and Jacqueline Vayntrub) Reading Proverbs 31:10-30 Notable bits of the passage The Most Misunderstood Women of the Bible and Proverbs 31 Passing On The January chapter of The Year of Biblical Womanhood…