Women, Men, Mutuality, and the Bible
About CBE and Mutuality Matters
The Mutuality Matters podcast is part of CBE International’s online library of free resources on Scripture’s teachings that support women’s shared leadership beside men. Weekly episodes touch on influential media, biblical resources, and the impact of egalitarian work worldwide through interviews with leaders, pastors, authors, scholars, activists, and practitioners.
Click below for episodes grouped by theme.
1. “Global Impact: Egalitarian Theology and Human Flourishing”
2. “Women & Men Leading Together: Stories from the Field”
3. “Intersectionality: Where Race, Gender, and Religion Collide”
4. “New Voices: The Latest Conversation on an Age-Old Struggle”
5. “Women and Words: Why Bible Translation Matters” (Coming April 2023)
Where to Listen
Find Mutuality Matters here on CBE’s website, Podbean, Apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Contact the podcast team at email@example.com.
New Voices: Women and Authority in the Early Church with Dr. Nijay Gupta
Did women hold positions of authority in the early church? Dr. Nijay Gupta talks with hosts Erin and Blake about his forthcoming book, Tell Her
Global Impact: Egalitarian Leadership in Christian Humanitarian Organizations with Dr. Beth Birmingham
In this episode, hosts Mimi and Kim interview Dr. Beth Birmingham who explores egalitarian leadership in Christian humanitarian organizations, discussing how their cultural, theological, and
Women and Men Leading Together: Mutual (and Reciprocal!) Partnership with Rev. Dr. Erin Moniz and Father Matthew Aughtry
In this episode, Layla and Rob sit down with Rev. Dr. Erin Moniz and Father Matthew Aughtry to learn about their unique ministry partnership. During
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