October 8, 2021
This week we’re so excited to finally introduce you to the new and improved Mutuality Matters podcast! We’re now officially a part of CBE International! In this episode, you’ll get to meet the new hosts who are joining the team and learn more about what this means for the podcast going forward. The group had a great time recording this podcast, and we hope you’ll have a great time listening! We also hope you’ll stick around, as we’ll be dropping podcasts on the following topics WEEKLY!
Global Impact: Egalitarian Activism and Human Flourishing with Dr. Mimi Haddad and Kim Dickson
Intersectionality: Where Race, Gender, and Religion Collide with Rev. Dr. Angela Ravin-Anderson
Women & Men Leading Together: Stories from the Field with Dr. Rob Dixon and Layla Van Gerpen
New Voices: The Latest Conversation on an Age-Old Struggle with Rev. Dr. Erin Moniz and Blake Dean!
Visit cbeinternational.org for more resources on egalitarianism and mutuality in the church, world, and home! Follow the CBE on Facebook and Twitter.
You can support the new Mutuality Matters podcast by giving securely online here.
July 16, 2021
THE DAY HAS FINALLY ARRIVED! Erin & Blake have some BIG NEWS about the future of the podcast.
July 15, 2021
Mutuality Matters went on a ROAD TRIP to Birmingham Alabama to attend the first ever Women in Ministry Conference from the Center for Women in Ministry at Beeson Divinity School! If that were not awesome enough, we have a special guest who helps co-host this episode with us. We are excited to share about our time at this wonderful conference and we hope you check out Beeson, the Center for WIM, and the great work Kristen Padilla is doing!
*We had some technical difficulties on this one but opted to release it anyway because the content is so important. Thanks for your patience.*
June 17, 2021
Poverty. When poverty is a variable, a number of other power deficits and abuses can follow. In this episode, Blake & Erin go through the stats, locally and globally, to show how poverty disproportionately affects women. So many categories of gender and justice start with the prevalence of poverty. We hope this episode is sobering but also inspiring. Our hosts provide their own tips and call to action so that we can all work towards a biblical imperative to care for the "least of these as unto me."
Scars Across Humanity - Elaine Storkey
Half the Sky - Kristof and WuDunn
Evicted - Matthew Desmond
Spending and Orgs:
May 13, 2021
Southern Baptist megachurch - Saddleback Church & Portland Non-Denom church - Imago Dei, both switched over to ordaining and affirming the full participation of women in church leadership. LOTS of opinions being thrown around the interwebs over this one so Blake & Erin tell you what Tish Harrison Warren, Al Mohler, and CBE International (among others) have to contribute. This episode gives an overview of church denominations, church history, ecclesiology, and how our theology is (and is NOT) shaped by the culture. This one gets wild as Blake and Erin (in the same room since 2019) riff their high energy hot takes on these current events. Enjoy!
People and Stuff We Mention That You Should Check Out:
Podcasts: Annie & Eddie Keep Talking, That Sounds Fun Podcast, The New Activist
Imago Dei Portland video on policy change
Tish Harrison Warren (@Tish_H_Warren), Christianity Today article
William (Bill) Witt book
April 29, 2021
If you have never heard of her, you are about to be informally introduced to one of the many unsung heroines of church history - Katharine Bushnell. Her story is our story and we think you will love learning about her and the early years of suffrage that came out of the Christian faith.
And while you are checking out Katharine Bushnell, you should also get acquainted with:
- Susan B. Anthony
- Sojourner Truth
- Frances Willard
- Hildegard of Bingen
- Teresa of Avila
- Julian of Norwich
- Saint Monica
- Perpetua and Felicity
April 8, 2021
It's been a minute, but Blake and Erin are back with a NEW EPISODE! Blake interviews our very own Erin Moniz on the eve of her finished doctoral thesis - "Created to Connect: Recapturing a Gospel Understanding of Intimacy for Emerging Adults in a College Setting."
Erin discusses the basis of her research and she and Blake discuss the implications for gender theology and christology. We want to thank all of our loyal listeners during our hiatus. We promise we have some cool, new things on the horizon. So stay tuned for more content and enjoy our first two seasons!
January 11, 2021
Join hosts Blake & Erin for an opportunity we couldn't pass up with Dr. Mimi Hadid.
Dr. Mimi Haddad is president and CEO of CBE International. She is a graduate of the University of Colorado and Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary (Summa Cum Laude). She holds a PhD in historical theology from the University of Durham, England. Palmer Theological Seminary of Eastern University awarded Mimi an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity in 2013.
Haddad is part of the leadership of Evangelicals for Justice. She is a founding member and leader of the Evangelicals and Gender Study Group at the Evangelical Theological Society. Haddad is an award-winning author and has written more than one hundred academic and popular articles and blogs. Haddad is an adjunct assistant professor of historical theology at Fuller Theological Seminary and Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies. Mimi has taught for colleges and seminaries around the world. She currently serves as a gender consultant for World Vision International, World Relief, and Beyond Borders. Mimi and her husband, Dale, live in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota.
Check out CBE International for more resources!
Mimi's book recs:
Caste: The Origins of our Discontents
Unleader: Surprising Qualities of a Valuable Leader
December 17, 2020
Join hosts Erin Moniz and Blake Dean as they reminisce on this season of stories and lessons! They walk through some of the best moments and most memorable guests. If you're caught up on every episode, this will be a sweet finale for you. Or, if you're not caught up, get a glimpse on the episodes to look forward to as you binge the season. Either way, we won't judge. Your podcast listening experience is up to you.