Tag: sexual ethics

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 # 76: Jennifer Hockenberry Dragseth

Note: This episode will air in two parts on two subsequent Fridays. These notes are for both parts. Knowing Jennifer talks about why she wrote Thinking Woman Gender Essentialism, Existentialism, Neutrality, and Fluidity Reading https://wipfandstock.com/thinking-woman.html How women’s roles in church and marriage fit the taxonomy How the church should respond to gender fluidity LGBTQ rights and…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #62: Mike Pence and the “Billy Graham Rule”

r Knowing Welcome, Drew! The Modesto Manifesto and 1 Thes. 5:22 Our experiences with the rule Reading Mike Pence and the ‘Billy Graham Rule’ The problem with “don’t eat alone with women”: good character is better than strict rules Vice President Pence’s “never dine alone with a woman” rule isn’t honorable. It’s probably illegal. Passing…

The Christian Feminist Podcast Episode # 23: Cross-gendered Friendship

Intros Knowing Purity Culture What we mean by “cross-gendered friendship” Connections to women in church leadership Reading http://www.thrivingfamily.com/Features/Magazine/2015/avoiding-dangerous-attractions.aspx?utm_source=nl_focusenews&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=266312&refcd=266312 http://www.danjbrennan.com/2014/05/deconstructing-temptations-men-face.html   http://ryanthomasneace.com/2013/08/02/consecrated-sexual-attraction Passing On The Book of Daniel, Ch. 13 (The Story of Susanna) Cheryl Sandberg’s Lean In http://www.patheos.com/blogs/zhoag/2013/06/07/amy-thedinga-seduction-myth/

Christian Humanist Profiles 26: Dianna Anderson, Damaged Goods

A crushed rose. An unwrapped, dirt-encrusted lollipop. Something that has lost its value: goods that have been damaged beyond repair. We’ve all heard these sorts of descriptions applied to people, especially women, who engage in sexual activity outside of marriage. The teachings on purity that lead to these kinds of illustrations are frequently seen as…