On this episode Heather begins our three-part sequence of conversations with evangelical thought leaders who’re difficult us to rethink a few of our long-held beliefs about God. We’re calling this pod-class sequence “Issues You Might Be Getting Fallacious About God.” If you happen to missed final week’s episode, you might need to return to listen to Heather’s private reflections on the theme and why she hopes you’ll be a part of her on this journey. However be forewarned: As its title suggests, this pod-class sequence is designed to problem and stretch us.
This week Heather sits down with Beth Allison Barr, the bestselling writer of The Making of Biblical Womanhood. With a confirmed document of sparking intense however essential conversations concerning the position of girls within the church, Professor Barr is right here to speak about what we could also be getting incorrect about how God sees ladies.
We additionally go to with social media skilled Brady Shearer for this week’s #Blessed phase. He provides us three issues we have to know earlier than beginning a web-based platform, and he explains why we shouldn’t attempt to go viral with our content material. Be sure to tell us your ideas about this phase by typing in ViralJesusPod on Instagram or Twitter and together with #Blessed together with your remark.
Beth Allison Barr (PhD, College of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is affiliate professor of historical past and affiliate dean of the Graduate Faculty at Baylor College in Waco, Texas, the place she focuses on medieval historical past, ladies’s historical past, and church historical past. She is the president of the Convention on Religion and Historical past and is a member of Christians for Biblical Equality. Barr has written for Christianity As we speak,The Washington Submit, and Faith Information Service, and is a daily contributor to The Anxious Bench, the favored Patheos web site on Christian historical past.
Brady Shearer is the director of Professional Church Instruments and the church-software platform Nucleus. His work focuses on serving to church buildings navigate the most important communication shift in 500 years.
Heather Thompson Day is an affiliate professor of communication at Andrews College in Berrien Springs, Michigan. She is the writer of eight books, together with I’ll See You Tomorrow and It’s Not Your Flip. Attain out to Heather on Twitter @HeatherTDay and on Instagram @heatherthompsonday.
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Host and creator: Heather Thompson Day
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Producer: Loren Joseph
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Director of CT Podcasts: Mike Cosper