Tag: Christian Feminist Podcast

The Christian Feminist Podcast #151: The Public Universal Friend

Listen here Marie Hause, Carla Godwin, and guest Carole Hawke discuss the Public Universal Friend, an early American religious leader. Knowing Background on the Public Universal Friend and the Friend’s performance of genderlessness What pronoun practices do we use for the Friend? What were our first impressions of the Public Universal Friend? Reading Scott Larson,…

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Christian Feminist Podcast Episode #141: The Queen’s Gambit

Ilia Danner Grubbs, Laurie Norris, and Sara Klooster discuss feminism, racism, and more in the Netflix miniseries The Queen’s Gambit INTRODUCTIONS SEGMENT 1: KNOWING Content warning, this show does portray drug and alcohol use, mental illness, and suicide.  Summary of the show SEGMENT 2: READING I. What we enjoyed II. Portrayals of Feminism https://thesouthern.com/sports/st-louis-chess-grandmaster-susan-polgar-fact-checks-the-queens-gambit/article_4354975d-46a8-5485-a396-d69a3bd0345a.html III.…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 138: Best of 2020

In this all-recommendations episode, Victoria Reynolds Farmer, Kim Feldman, and Carla Godwin discuss the things they read, watched, listened to, and thought about that made 2020 a little less of a dumpster fire. Leave your recommendations in the comments! Books: Elena Ferrante’s Neopolitan novels; Jack by Marilynne Robinson; The Grisha Trilogy; The Murderbot Diaries; The…

Christian Feminist Podcast Episode #137: Christmas Foodways

Stream or download this episode. Alexis Neal and Laurie Norris discuss holiday food traditions. INTRODUCTIONS KNOWING Foodways defined Personal experiences with foodways Foodways in literature, film, or television READING “Reclaiming the Magical Herstory of Food” (Gather Victoria) Food as an expression of love Food as presence Food as presents Caveats Food as an expression of…

CFP Episode 135: Modern Female Friendships

Episode 135: Modern Female Friendships Ilia Danner Grubbs, Christina Bieber Lake, and Sara Klooster discuss Kayleen Schaefer’s book Text Me When You Get Home WELCOME INTRODUCTIONS SEGMENT 1: KNOWING We discuss our own friendships growing up and as adults SEGMENT 2: READING Reactions to the book in general The Myth of the Mean Girl  Why…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 134: Queen Athaliah

Listen here Marie Hause, Katie Grubbs, and Christina Bieber Lake take on biblical bad girl Queen Athaliah. Knowing Background on Queen Athaliah Summary of the context and content of 2 Kings 11 and 2 Chronicles 22-23 Reading Two different approaches to Athaliah Liz Curtis Higgs in Really Bad Girls of the Bible (2008) Kyung Sook…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 131: The Highwomen

Stream or download this episode Knowing  Who are the Highwomen? Our experiences with the women of Country The Highwaymen and Outlaw Country Tomatogate Reading They’re Nobody’s Tomatoes: The Highwomen Aim To Close Country Music’s Gender Gap Is Country Music political? When? Whose politics? “Teaching was unrighteous for a girl”: The History of Violence Against Women…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #127: Fake News

Download or stream this episode In this episode, Jessica and Victoria are joined by special guest Liz Whyte to discuss how Christians can be thoughtful news consumers. Knowing Personal experience with news industry Overview of news industry changes Brief news literacy overview Reading Biblical Principles: John 17:18, Matthew 5:13-16, Matthew 25:44-45, Proverbs 18:17 “How Should…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #124: Theories of Christian Sexual Ethics

Download or stream this episode In this episode, Victoria, Marie, Katie, and Sarah discuss theories of Christian sexual ethics from Nadia Bolz-Weber and Lisa Sowle Cahill. Knowing Why this episode Author bios How our congregations addressed embodiment and pleasure Reading Embodiment, pleasure, and a way forward Shameless Sex, Gender, and Christian Ethics Passing On Marie…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #119: Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis

Persepolis is the brilliant graphic novel by Marjane Satrapi, written in three volumes. It is a coming-of-age story of a young girl during the Islamic Revolution in Iran in 1979. Sarah Thomas, Kimberly Feldman, and Christina Bieber Lake discuss the first volume. Knowing • Background on this graphic novel • Why it’s a great read…