Okay, it’s been a bumper week for great podcasts by women and about women.
Check out these three:
Justine Toh talks to Devi Abraham about the difficulties that working mums face under lockdown and why it is too much.
In this all-women episode, Amber Bowen discusses the unique experiences of women in the theological academy, including the challenges that women have to navigate as well as the particular benefits that they bring to the theological task. Joining Amber for this rich conversation are two special guests to The Two Cities: Dr. Jill Firth (PhD, Ridley College), who is Lecturer in Hebrew and Old Testament at Ridley College in Melbourne, Australia, and Dr. Christa McKirland (PhD, University of St Andrews), who is Lecturer in Systematic Theology at Carey Baptist College in Auckland, New Zealand. The episode is filled with personal reflection, theological insight, and deep encouragement regarding the importance of women being equal contributors in the academy.
Alison and Nicholas Quient talk to Aimee Byrd about her great new book called Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood and along the way they talk about friendship, partnership, and the other 98% of folks in church who have gifts as well.