July 26, 2016

#33 Katelyn Beaty on A Woman’s Place | Author, Managing Editor of Christianity Today, & Cofounder of Her.meneutics

Katelyn Beaty joins me to talk about themes from her new book about women and work, A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home and the World, and many other topics including:

  • a biblical vision for women's work in the world 
  • the "Mommy Wars"
  • privilege and vocation 
  • how (what tend to be) distinctly female ways of leadership can bring healing to a divided world 
  • why the phenomena of unaccountable, charismatic speakers as lead pastors needs to be replaced 
  • what she thinks about feminine pronouns for God
*Originally posted at theV3movement.org
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Katelyn Beaty is the print managing editor of Christianity Today, where she is the first woman to serve in that role. She cofounded Her.meneutics, a site providing news and culturally commentary from evangelical women. Katelyn is the author of A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home and the World. She resides outside of Chicago where she participates in a local Anglican church.

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