Tag: history

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #72: Response to “Feminism is Poison”

Knowing About the Sheologians Our experiences with the intersections of Christianity and feminism Trying to find common ground Reading Feminism is Poison series First and Second waves Third wave Feminism and the Church Passing On The Fidelity of Betrayal A New Gospel for Women Freedom for Girls website Freedom for Girls video

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode # 39: Hamilton

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Knowing

  • Background on Hamilton  and Lin-Manuel Miranda
  • How we discovered the show and why it’s interesting
  • Songs we love: “Burn,” “Guns and Ships,” “The Schuyler Sisters”

Reading

Passing On

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 19: Catcalling and the Public Female Body

Knowing Catcalling and the public body: defining terms Reactions to catcalling Countermovements Reading http://www.stopstreetharassment.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/SH-victorian-london.pdf Our own catcalling/street-harassment experiences Passing On http://www.org/about/what-is-street-harassment/ http://www.huffingtonpost.in/2015/02/02/watch-this-gutsy-girl-humiliated_n_6593590.html?utm_hp_ref=india http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/01/street-harassment-vocativ-video_n_5637529.html http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/02/cnn-catcalling-video-steve-santagati_n_html http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dialectic_of_Sex

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 12: Christina Rossetti

Knowing A bit of biography The Pre-Raphaelite Movement C. Rossetti as Christian poet Reading Our experiences with Rossetti’s work; Why she’s a spiritual midwife of the CFP http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/174268 “Up-Hill” and living a Christian life Is there feminism in the poem? http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/174262 The proto-feminism of “Goblin Market” The Christa and feminine religion Final thoughts Passing On…

The Family of Hope: A Reflection on the Lectionary readings for 13 January 2013

Revised Common Lectionary Page for 13 January 2013 (Baptism of the Lord, Year C) Isaiah 43:1-7  • Psalm 29  • Acts 8:14-17  • Luke 3:15-17, 21-22 Promises concerning Israel’s future are about restoring a past that never was, but likely should have been.  Readers familiar with the story of Israel certainly know of the tension and the strife that have traveled…

Heidegger for Christian Thinkers 4: History and Temporality

Temporality Some people, I realize, think that philosophy is an insidious pastime that makes muddy what was perfectly clear before.  I happen to be one of those people who thinks that many of the schemata I once thought clear were actually inadequate to the realities they purported to explain.  This discussion might just remind you,…

Seeing Order: Four Random Birthdays

Today, February 24, is the birthday of many people, obviously.* I have selected four whom I find especially interesting for personal reasons. Strangely, however, I see an order among them: namely, the act of seeing order itself. I leave these tidbits uninterpreted and undigested–you may find in them what order you like, and attempt a…

Fads, Fundamentals, Shibboleths, and Such

What I Have Learned in 50 Years as a Theologian part 1 by Jack Cottrell Yes, that’s my tradition. As some of CHB’s readers know, I was baptized into Christ under the auspices of the Christian Churches/Churches of Christ, one of those non-denominational denominations with a slash in its name and whose congregants aren’t supposed…