Manage episode 254199252 series 2624729
We begin a new series called Ask Me About My Feminist Agenda this week! Lauren R. E. Larkin and Sarah Taras from the Ezer Uncaged podcast help me kick off the conversation. This episode we discuss Feminism from a Progressive Christian perspective focusing on gender roles, sexuality and their place in “The Church”.
About Ezer Uncaged:
Ezer Uncaged was created for the sole purpose of proclaiming the gospel to weary, burned out, burdened, caged woman. How does the Gospel — the doctrine of the justification of sinners — radically affect woman and womanhood? What does freedom look like for her? And how is this freedom for woman good news for man?
About Lauren R. E. Larkin:
Lauren R. E. Larkin is a graduate of Trinity School for Ministry where she earned an MDiv and STM focusing on Biblical Studies, Systematic Theology, and Ethics with a special interest in grace, gender, and justice. She is married to a wonderful man and stays at home with her two boys and her daughter. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Universität Zürich. She has contributed essays to various publications, including The Gospel According to Pixar and Comfortable Words: Essays in Honor of Paul F.M. Zahl and regularly contributes to theological blogs: Mockingbird and Key Life.
About Sarah Taras:
Sarah Taras is a Law-Gospel blogger who enjoys studying theology. Since coming to grace from the throes of legalism, she is passionate about sharing her life with women and helping them see their value and freedom as image bearers in Christ. She has been married to her high-school sweetheart for 15 years and has two children. She really loves engaging with those who have been broken by the demands of pietism within the Church. She has guest blogged for Key Life and is currently working on a project of a mini book on female sexuality, lust, and the gospel.
Coming Soon: ‘Women and Lust: Exposed, Forgiven, and Embraced’, a minibook under the Key Life label with New Growth Press, out July 31, 2017!
- “Wake” by Slow Dancing Society from the album The Dusk Recital
- “At The End Of The Bar” by Slow Dancing Society from the album The Dusk Recital
Enjoy the show? Please consider becoming a Patron for $1/month for behind-the-scenes information and exclusives: Patreon.com/theaxpx