Mary Consoles Eve: An Advent Meditation

“The knot of Eve’s disobedience was untied by Mary’s obedience. For what the virgin Eve tied by her unbelief, this Mary untied by her belief.” Ireneus  Do you know the Deliverance Song women echoed in Mary’s Magnificat?
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Tish Harrison Warren on Miscarriage and Liturgies of Lament

In this episode,Tish Harrison Warren shares her painful story of miscarriage. Because miscarriage was a wordless experience, she recognized her need for words from her community. She grasped on to liturgies of lament, wrapping time-tested words around her grief in the presence of community.
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Betwixt Update, Behind the Scenes & Prep for Season 2!

Betwixt takes you behind the scenes to see how the podcast has been produced and what’s changing for Season 2! We will continue to have fascinating guests and share compelling stories from the in-between spaces where growth and transformation happen. But, Deb is taking a short pause to finish a linen-closet/isolation booth make-over and to spend time with her kids before they head back to school in September! Over the next month, I’ll be recording, editing and producing new episodes with the hope of launching Season 2 late September!
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Men Who Buy Sex: How a Former Porn Addict is Pastoring Johns

How Do You Treat Men Who Buy Sex? John School with Chris Stollar (Part 2 in the Sex Trafficking Series) Confession: This episode was difficult to produce. It has exposed how my desire for justice far outweighing my willingness to extend compassion toward men who solicit prostitutes and contribute to the horrific world of human trafficking. Yet, Chris Stollar presents us with a compelling challenge to hold both justice and mercy in tandem as we engage the fight against sex trafficking. “We will never end trafficking unless we reach the men who are fueling the demand in the first place.” Chris Stollar is the Demand Reduction Coordinator for She Has A Name, an organization that fights human trafficking in Ohio.
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Are Women Rational? Let’s Ask Google!

In Part 3 of the Betwixt series The Image of God & the Feminine Experience, Philosopher Dr. Rachel Douchant takes a stab at the question: Are women rational? She leads us from Thomas Aquinas to the “Google Memo” teasing out how Enlightenment rationalism influenced perceptions of female rationality and how it continues to impact women today. Rachel Douchant is Professor of Philosophy at Lindenwood University, Co-chair of the Lindenwood Honors College, and Director of the Liberty & Ethics Center.
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