Jordan and Luci discuss what a boss the Proverbs 31 woman is.
- David Plotz’s Blogging the Bible (2006–2007) series at Slate, and his 2009 book based on the series “Good Book: The Bizarre, Hilarious, Disturbing, Marvelous, and Inspiring Things I Learned When I Read Every Single Word of the Bible”
- More on Kant’s Categorical Imperative
- The trolley problem according to Know Your Meme and according to The Good Place (Season 2, episode 6, potential spoilers for The Good Place).
- Who was King Lemuel?
- Background on the 22 verse poem Eshet chayil found in Proverbs 31 from the Jewish Women’s Archive.
- On her blog and in her book “A Year of Biblical Womanhood” Rachel Held Evans did much to popularize the English rendering of Eshet chayil as “woman of valor” for her readers.
- (Very sadly, since this podcast episode was first published, Rachel Held Evans died in May 2019 at age 37.)
- In case you missed it, Jordan and Luci spoke about feminist theology beyond heterosexuality with Kelli Joyce
- Well said, sister suffragette!
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