Friday, August 14, 2015

"Misogyny in the Church" and other gems

I just ordered 7 CDs from the 2015 CBE Conference in LA. Great speakers--having the CDs is almost as good as being there.

Use this link and discount code "LA35" to get a 35% discount. My cost for 7 CDs was $27.30 plus $3 shipping.

CBE is Christians for Biblical Equality International.

See my article about CBE and EEWC-CFT recently posted on the website of Evangelical & Ecumenical Women's Caucus - Christian Feminism Today.

The CDs I chose were:

  • Eugene Cho (pastor of Quest Church, Seattle) on "Misogyny and the Church" 
  • Austin Channing Brown (blogger) on "Teach Them How to Treat You"
  • Young Lee Hertig (prof at Azusa Pacific) on "Women Leaders Navigate the Patriarchal Systems of Family and Church"
  • Anne Zaki (prof at Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo) on "Women's Ordination as Pastors: A Middle Eastern Perspective" 
  • Britt Vanden Eykel-Huff (Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA) on "Strategies for Moving the Egalitarian Needle Forward in Your Church"
  • Mariam Youssef (doc student at CGU in Women & Religion) on "Making Space for Women of Color" on racial reconciliation in the Orthodox Church
  • Emily Zimbrick-Rogers (MDiv student at Princeton) on "A Question Mark over My Head: Learning from the Narratives of Female Theologians in the Evangelical Academy"

Thank you to Xana McCauley and Bronwyn Stanford for recommending their favorite speakers at this conference.

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