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Blessed Are the Feminists

Jun 12, 2022

In this final episode, Jessica and Tyler discuss which parts of the third season they found most impactful, review the personal qualities each guest attributed to Christianity and feminism, and share what they're each taking away from three years of doing this podcast.

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May 29, 2022

We talk with preacher, author, and spiritual director Rev. Kyndall Rae Rothaus about ways to heal religious trauma, how to have an inclusive community that also has boundaries, and putting the lie to those who say they can’t find enough women to preach at their conferences.

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May 15, 2022

We talk with accomplished author, hymn writer, and minister Rev. Dr. Jann Aldredge-Clanton about her parents pushing the envelope on inclusion in 1960s Louisiana, the book that transformed her view on the equality of women, and why she turned to hymns as the way to bring more divine feminine language into church...

May 1, 2022

We talk with MDiv/MSW student Ruthie Olson about how theology and social work can work together, the difficult choice to walk away from a community that was important to her, and learning to how to dream of a future after a childhood with cancer.

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Apr 17, 2022

We talk with Rev. Jen Butler, CEO of Faith in Public Life and author of Who Stole My Bible?, about leading an interfaith network of religious leaders, watching community organizing in action in Belize, and how a group of Muslim women inspired her to finalize her ordination.

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