Download or Stream this Episode Alasdair MacIntyre’s books taught me over the years to attend to the history of our moral language. In some places, at some times, humility will be a vice that signals[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Danny, Michial, and Coyle talk about the early development of Country Music as it gains national attention and becomes associated with the cowboy image.
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.
Download or Stream this Episode Today, Coyle and Ed talk about the institution of tenure at colleges and universities–its role at colleges, universities and society at large; arguments for and against, and some of the[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Something went haywire with American politics not long into the social-media age. Report after report told us that America was sick and tired of the two major factions, yet the[…]
Alexis Neal, Victoria Reynolds Farmer, and special guest and author J.B. Cheaney discuss strong female characters in middle grade and young adult fiction. INTRODUCTIONS SEG 1: KNOWING: Our experiences reading (or writing) strong girls Baby-sitters[…]
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.
Download or Stream this Episode In this episode, Coyle and Jordan tackle the most divisive and complex figure in the postapostolic church. Mentioned in the Episode: Lactantius, On the Deaths of the Persecutors Eusebius, Ecclesiastical History Eusebius, Life[…]
*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[…]