Podcast #115: We Discuss Lean In, and the New Pope, Pope The New Pope

Podcast #115: We Discuss Lean In, and the New Pope, Pope The New Pope March 20, 2013

Every week on the Christ and Pop Culture Podcast, various Christ and Pop Culture writers delve deeper into recent articles and address some of the bigger issues in popular culture.

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This week, editor-in-chief Richard Clark and editor Ben Bartlett sit in a room and hammer out the implications of Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, the bestselling book about women in the workplace by Sheryl Sandberg. Then, naturally, they talk about the pope.

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  • Jennifer Shaheen

    I think y’all were looking for this verse at the beginning: “But if anyone does not provide for his relatives, and especially for members of his household, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever.”– 1 Timothy 5:8

  • Haha thanks Jennifer! You are absolutely correct. You can see that all those Bible classes have done nothing for our memories. Let that be a lesson of some sort to our listeners. Cause otherwise it’s just embarrassing.