Sheologians

Theology for women, no doilies allowed.

Netflix, Fiction & Scripture with Karen Swallow Prior

KSP joined the girls for another round of hooligarky to discuss what Netflix, fiction, and Scripture all have in common. Do Christians have a responsibility to be storytellers? Do we consume media responsibly? Are we all time-wasters? Tune in and find out!

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Agree to Disagree with Karen Swallow Prior

The girls invited English professor and author Dr. Karen Swallow Prior on the show to answer some important questions. How do we build relationships with Christians we don’t always agree with? Why does it matter? Are all of Queen Latifah’s movies the worst, or the best? She quickly became one of our most fun interviews. Download and find out why!

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Earnestly Contending for the Statistics

A few weeks ago, TBN released a short clip of an interview with Jefferson and Alyssa Bethke of Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus fame. Jeff and Alyssa have a wildly popular website, filled mostly with content on how to have a happy, successful marriage. Right around the time their marriage will turn five years old, their book, Love That Lasts, will launch. Commentary not necessary.

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Betwixt Two Foliages with Joy and Summer

In this rare exclusive, the special guests are Joy and Summer. The girls ask each other the really tough questions, like just HOW feminist are they?

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Is Covfefe the Patriarchy?

This week Summer and Joy talk the patriarchy (whatever that is) submission versus servant leadership and their new Feminist of the...
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The One With Rosaria Butterfield

Joy and Summer are joined by the engaging Rosaria Butterfield (author of The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert this week. She takes us to school on a variety of topics including sin, public engagement, how to love our neighbors who identify as gay, and why homeschooling is a good idea.

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