SheologiansTheology for women, no doilies allowed.
There are some admirable concepts that are a part of the minimalist/small house movement. The desire to pull out of debt, only own what you need, live within your means, they are all good, and I would argue, Biblical desires. The borrower is slave to the lender, after...
Sheologians has been critiqued for "only posting" about "negative" things. I learned in a counseling course never to use words like "always" and "never" because they are rarely ever truthful. It's true that we do post about "negative" things often, but we also post...
This week the girls have special guest Steven Bancarz on the show to talk New Age Jesus, who he is, and why he’s not the Jesus of Scripture. They also tackle yoga, meditation, and veganism. Do not miss this show!
The girls tackle why you’re a liar if you try to tone/thought police everyone around you. How can we accurately judge speech? What is the difference between biblical love and what the culture says love is?
The girls discuss popular Christianese, what’s helpful, and what’s just plain annoying. Don’t stay in the margins! Be empowered to download this episode and come to the table! Or something….
The tables are turned and it’s Summer’s turn to address what she thinks a huge problem facing the church today is: pragmatism. Welcome to the wormhole.
Joy answers why she thinks bitterness is one of the biggest problems facing women in the church today, and what we should do about it. Then they discuss their Feminist of the Week.
The dismissal of the word arsenokoitai should have been everyone's first clue. The second should have been that Jonathan Merritt promised that the final installment of his interview with the author of The Message Bible, Eugene Peterson, would ignite "spirited...
You asked, we delivered. The girls buckled up to take Buzzfeed’s How Feminist Are You? quiz and the results might surprise you. Or not. The test hits quite a few big topics, like women in leadership, economics, capitalism, and what constitutes real freedom?
The girls were joined this week by a special guest–their pastor, Jeff Durbin–to discuss the occult. How do we tell the difference between spiritual warfare and psychological issues? How has the occult crept in to the church? Would Jeff Durbin punch a parrot in the face?