Mon, 21 March 2016
Atlanta based attorney Bryndis Roberts is the chair-elect of Ordain Women. In 2008 Bryndis joined the LDS church from the Black Baptist church, served for a number of years as a Relief Society President in an inner city Atlanta Ward soon discovering several concerns with gender inequality in Mormon leadership. In this podcast Bryndis talks about why she is so passionate about women's ordination. We discuss the hope that she believes gender equality will offer the church in terms of its spiritual health and survival.
Direct download: Bryndis_Roberts-__The_Future_of_Ordain_Women.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:49pm NZDT
Tue, 15 March 2016
Author and scholar Charles Inouye discusses his book The End of World: Plan B, A Guide for the Future.
Direct download: Inouye-_Justice_isnt_enough.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:13am NZDT
Thu, 3 March 2016
A discussion with feminist theologian and scholar Caroline Kline.
Direct download: Caroline_Kline_.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:13pm NZDT