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Best Jesus Feminist podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Jesus Feminist podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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For women who wonder how strength and weakness coexist or how to bless both bravery and tenderness; for those longing to bring the fullness of their glory to the world without a chip on their shoulder; for those who have embraced a global sisterhood and left small storied lives behind, this is for you. The fierce and lovely women seeking the “both and” of a big storied life. Join author Beth Bruno as she chats with fierce and lovely women around the world.
 
Find even more sermons by visiting the Stole Sisters Blog at https://stolesisters.blogspot.com/This podcast fully supports and affirms equity in the pulpit and seeks to promote the thousands of women preachers around the world. Preach on, Sister!Each sermon featured on this podcast is the full intellectual property of its respective preacher and should only be used with the permission of the preacher.
 
Hey! I'm Sam. I'm a Jesus follower. Single parent. Single foster parent. 4 total kids. I got married, divorced, married again, and then divorced again. I'm a domestic violence and narcissist survivor. God has worked in my life in amazing ways. I've chosen this platform to share my stories. When you get tired of hearing me talk, no worries, I'll have guests on regularly for them to share their stories. I've got some stuff to talk about. I'm glad you're listening.
 
Billboard co-director of charts Keith Caulfield and Billboard.com senior editor Katie Atkinson offer weekly Billboard chart breakdowns, discuss the hottest music news and cover the year’s biggest musical events. Casual pop fans, chart junkies and everyone in between are invited to this weekly half-hour discussion.
 
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Let’s talk about sex, baby 🎶😂 Today on the show we welcome back Dr. Monique Ruberu, a Catholic wife, mother, and OBGYN. Monique is chatting with us all about how false chastity teachings can damage intimacy in marriage, what to do if intercourse is painful for you, and what it’s like being a doctor during COVID. Pour a glass of wine and settle into…
 
When people ask me about my favorite authors they aren’t surprised to hear me say Alfred North Whitehead, Elizabeth Johnson, or Origen, but when I say Jason Aaron I get a look of confusion. Then I explain how much I love comics and that Jason Aaron is my absolute favorite author. When I found out that I might be able to get him on the podcast with …
 
Can I be honest for a sec? Sometimes, when I hear about people leading entire marches or writing important policies or starting non-profits, I start to wonder if what I do is insignificant. I know that’s not a very feminist thought—how often on here do we talk about different women having different callings?! But that doesn’t mean the thought doesn…
 
Darren Criss joins the Pop Shop Podcast to discuss his new musical comedy series “Royalties,” in which he stars as one-half of a struggling songwriting duo trying to make it big in the music industry. Plus, we talk about how he got Mark Hamill to guest star on the show (and getting him to sing a song about King Kong's penis), why last year was “one…
 
Dr. Stephen Haynes is the Albert Bruce Curry Professor of Religious Studies at Rhodes College and theologian-in-residence at Idlewild Presbyterian Church in Memphis, Tennessee. He joined the Rise of Bonhoeffer reading group and we decided it best to share with you. Enjoy! The figure of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) has become a clay puppet in mod…
 
If you’re a feminist, you’re probably familiar with Betty Friedan’s “Problem That Has No Name.” This was the idea that “housewives” of the 50s and 60s and widespread unhappiness that stemmed from their oppression. While some of that is certainly factual—being a woman in the 60s had plenty of very real burdens, some of which Betty Friedan correctly …
 
Dr. Reggie Williams is the Associate Professor of Christian Ethics at McCormick Theological Seminary and author of Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus:Harlem Renaissance Theology and an Ethic of Resistance. The book is an analysis of exposure to Harlem Renaissance intellectuals, and worship at Harlem’s Abyssinian Baptist on the German pastor and theologian Di…
 
The past couple of weeks have taught us more than ever that the media plays a fundamental role in our screwed-up society. Love 'em or hate 'em or somewhere-in-between-'em-because-they-are-varied-humans, reporters are still very much a gatekeeper in between the public and what's going on in the world. Sure, anyone can take a video on their phone and…
 
On the latest Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, with Lady Gaga’s “Chromatica” marking just the second album by a woman to be No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in 2020, the team discusses why there have been so few leading ladies atop the chart this year, some near misses from some notable women, and which upcoming projects might turn the tide for female artists…
 
Welcome to Staying Connected, part of the Equip Project podcast. In this 12 week series we are thinking particularly of those having to self-isolate because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Being stuck at home can be lonely. We hope that this short podcast will remind isolated christians of their unity as members of the body of Christ. In each podcast …
 
Dr. Jeffrey C Pugh joined the podcast tag-team of Crackers & Grape Juice + Homebrewed Christianity for a special live streaming Happy Hour. Dr. Pugh kicks things off by giving us 5 reasons to go Bonhoeffer… theologically speaking and then all sorts of things Qs find their As. It was a blast. If you want some more Bonhoeffer then come join the HBC C…
 
My name is Claire + I’m a control-aholic. It’s true! I love control like the Julia Child loved butter. And although parenting is basically one long exercise in letting go of control, the truth is, I do have some control over my little ones. I decide we’re going to Mass on Sundays, and we go. I decide we’re having broccoli for dinner, and we do (alt…
 
Welcome to Staying Connected, part of the Equip Project podcast. In this 12 week series we are thinking particularly of those having to self-isolate because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Being stuck at home can be lonely. We hope that this short podcast will remind isolated christians of their unity as members of the body of Christ. In each podcast …
 
This is a really fun conversation with one of the most influential living scientist. Dr. Christof Koch is neuroscientist pioneering th the neural bases of consciousness. He is the president and chief scientist of the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle. In this conversation we discuss… Christof’s journey into the brain sciences and work wi…
 
After 150 episodes, it is a true joy to sit + chat with you all 1-on-1 today. I would say “I can’t believe we’re here!” but to be honest…I knew how phenomenal Catholic women were when I started this. I’m not surprised that you’re on fire for the topics we discuss on this show. I’m not shocked that you love tuning into our guests, whether they’re we…
 
On the new Billboard Pop Shop Podcast, the team discusses why -- in an era of wall-to-wall music collaborations -- Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's "Rain On Me" has broken through the pop culture noise as an event record. Plus, the Pop Shoppers pontificate on what superstars they’d like to see team-up for a fantasy pairing.…
 
Our final episode of Season 1 is entitled 'A Better Story'. It's vital that young Christians in this generation exude a quiet, calm confidence that their understanding of reality is immeasurably superior to the false ideas that are popular in our society today. So this final episode is all about instilling a quiet confidence in young believers; we …
 
Welcome to Staying Connected, part of the Equip Project podcast. In this 12 week series we are thinking particularly of those having to self-isolate because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Being stuck at home can be lonely. We hope that this short podcast will remind isolated christians of their unity as members of the body of Christ. In each podcast …
 
I had a blast talking with Dr. Mark Wallace. We ended up having so much fun we’ve decided to do it again. Be on the lookout for details about a Homebrewed Happy Hour in which we will discuss Christian Animism and the questions/topics you send in. After you hear his account of Jesus as a Shaman or the incantatory nature of faith, I am sure you will …
 
Charli XCX joins the Billboard Pop Shop Podcast to discuss her new made-in-quarantine album "How I'm Feeling Now," and how "it felt like a very ripe time" for her to write new music. Plus, she discusses the upswing in popularity of disco-tinged "happy" pop music from the likes of Lady Gaga and Dua Lipa.…
 
If you’re a busy Catholic feminist, you probably feel like you’re juggling 19 balls in the air. Maybe you have kids, or a career, or both, or a graduate degree, or you’re trying to get in shape, or you’re volunteering in your neighborhood, or your leading an action council at your parish, or-or-or… Finding time to read? Impossible. Not so, says tod…
 
The big issue that we tackle in this episode is the relationship between Christianity and the world of politics. Many young Christians are becoming politically active, especially in the US. Feelings run high when issues like social justice or the environment are raised. We ask three main questions. Firstly, how have Christians handled this problem …
 
I have new nerd crush and it is Dr. Susan M. Shaw. This episode was one of the most fun conversations I have had in a while. It may be because we are both members of an endangered theological species… cradle southern baptists who went process, but none the less it was so fun it went for three hours and I had to edit it down! Susan M. Shaw is profes…
 
Welcome to Staying Connected, part of the Equip Project podcast. In this 12 week series we are thinking particularly of those having to self-isolate because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Being stuck at home can be lonely. We hope that this short podcast will remind isolated christians of their unity as members of the body of Christ. In each podcast …
 
Doja Cat’s “Say So,” featuring Nicki Minaj, is the latest remix to help a single jump to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The new Pop Shop Podcast takes a look at some of the other hits of yesteryear that have climbed to the top in part thanks to a remix – including tunes by Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Rihanna and more. Plus: Chart news about Dr…
 
When someone states their skin color or culture--"I'm a Black Catholic." "I'm a Polish Catholic." "I'm a Hispanic Catholic." It can be tempting to want to wave it off. We're all *one family*, right? Why do these differences matter? But today's guest is here to talk to us about how our church is bigger than our culture, and therefore, all of our cul…
 
Welcome to Staying Connected, part of the Equip Project podcast. In this 12 week series we are thinking particularly of those having to self-isolate because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Being stuck at home can be lonely. We hope that this short podcast will remind isolated christians of their unity as members of the body of Christ. In each podcast …
 
What's it like to go to a Catholic college and find yourself unexpectedly...expecting? Today's guest, Monica Aberle, knows all about it. Monica is joining us to talk about how we can find hope in unexpected seasons: when times of chaos or complexity threaten to rob us of our joy, how can we lean into God and trust him in all things? As the founder …
 
Beastie Boys talk about their new documentary film "Beastie Boys Story," and what's been "bittersweet" about its rollout. Plus, the guys advocate for the haircut-meets-vacuum device the Flowbee to make a comeback during this time of social distancing. In addition, there's chart chat about Travis Scott and Kid Cudi's "The Scotts," Drake's new album,…
 
In this episode we explore how exactly should we should define the term feminism? Then, our guest contributor, Rachel Neill, will explore the criticisms that feminists make of Christianity. Questions such as: Is the Bible an instrument of oppression? Does Christianity support a heteropatriarchy? Has the Christian concept of God been invented by men…
 
Jacob J. Erickson is Assistant Professor of Theological Ethics at Trinity College Dublin. He previously taught Religion and Environmental Studies at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, USA. There is no good reason not to follow him on twitter. This conversation came after a Jacob gave a lecture in the Theology and Ethics seminar at New Colle…
 
Welcome to Staying Connected, part of the Equip Project podcast. In this 12 week series we are thinking particularly of those having to self-isolate because of the Coronavirus pandemic. Being stuck at home can be lonely. We hope that this short podcast will remind isolated christians of their unity as members of the body of Christ. In each podcast …
 
Talk about turning your mess into your message. Today's guest, Victoria Ray, is a speaker, a podcaster, a student, and a Certified Addiction Empowerment Specialist. She's also in recovery and a big ole fan of Jesus. Victoria is here on the show today to talk about whether she believes her addiction was part of God's "plan" for her life, how she fou…
 
In this episode I am joined by Kevin Miller and Robyn Henderson-Espinoza to discuss the documentary film J.E.S.U.S.A. J.E.S.U.S.A. is an in-depth exploration of the relationship between Christianity and American nationalism and the violence that can often emerge from it. Far from a new phenomenon, this documentary traces the co-opting of Christiani…
 
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