Episode 109: Beth Moore, Owen Strachan, and Women in the SBC -Welcome -Introductions Knowing –Personal Background: -What experiences (if any) have you had with women speaking from the front on Sunday mornings in complementarian[…]
Stream or download this episode. In the inaugural episode of our new show, Michial Farmer, Christina Bieber Lake, and Jay Eldred talk about the first two books of Homer’s Iliad. Show Notes Our translations of the Iliad: Richmond[…]
Stream or download this episode. Visit our abandoned web site. Josh and Michial discuss the 24th full-length Disney animated feature, 1981’s The Fox and the Hound, with special guest Wesley Rodgers.
Katie Grubbs, Alexis Neal, and Sara Klooster examine the biblical accounts of Martha and discuss how she is characterized in the church and in the complementarian sphere. Complementarianish #2: In Defense of Martha -Introductions -The[…]
Stream or download this episode. Visit our website, which will be updated when the wind changes. Josh and Michial discuss another deuterocanonical Disney film, 1964’s mostly live-action Mary Poppins.
Knowing What we talk about when we talk about Ophelia Reviving Ophelia Paintings mentioned: Hughes (1865), Waterhouse (first version 1885), Millais (1852) Reading Ophelia by Lisa Klein Film dir. Claire McCarthy Shakespeare’s Hamlet in an[…]
Stream or download this episode. Visit our website, which might be updated one day. Josh and Michial discuss the 23rd movie in the Disney Animated Canon, 1977’s The Rescuers.
Like many people of faith all over the world, we at the Christian Feminist Podcast were saddened when author and speaker Rachel Held Evans’ standard hospital stay turned into a medically induced coma, and overwhelmed[…]
Stream or download this episode. Visit our website. Josh and Michial discuss the 22nd film in the Disney animated canon, 1977’s The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.
*Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony* Episode 105: Sexism and the Teaching Profession Katie Grubbs, Kim Feldman, and Ilia Grubbs discuss the history of the feminization of teaching, as well as how sexism still[…]