Feminism Under Fire: Episode 380

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Feminism Under Fire: Episode 380

May 14, 2015
Guests: Courtney Reissig, Candice Watters and Karl Benzio, M.D.

[49:30] - 

Can Christian women be feminists?, plus Dr. Karl Benzio on the science of decision-making, and a listener wants to make “normal” friends.

Featured musical artist: Christy Nockels

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EPISODE SEGMENTS

Women's Rights

Sexuality|Roundtable
Guests: Courtney Reissig and Candice Watters

[20:15] - 

Women know they're equal to men in God's eyes, so does this make them feminists? In light of this, shouldn't Christian women be at the forefront of the fight against unfair wages, gender harassment, sex trafficking and other anti-female ills? Where does God's plan collide with the world's agenda? Boundless contributor Courtney Reissig, author of this week's article, "Single Women Are Not on the Womanhood Waiting List," and The Accidental Feminist, joins Lisa Anderson and Candice Watters (who recently answered the question "Should I call myself a feminist?") for a discussion of feminism and faith.

The Power to Choose

Career|Culture
Guests: Karl Benzio, M.D.

[21:45] - 

We make a ton of decisions every day, most of them unconscious. But even little decisions over time can have a big effect on your life. And what about those life-changing decisions? How do you avoid both paralysis and foolishness in making important decisions? Psychiatrist Karl Benzio is an expert in decision-making indicators and strategies, and uses his knowledge and experience in this interview to demystify our ability to choose.

Mainstream Friendship

Community|Inbox
Guests: Candice Watters

[4:42] - 

He claims he was a "freak" back in high school and only hung out with fellow freaks. Now, he finds making "normal" friends a daunting task. Is there a way to go about it with confidence? Candice Watters weighs in.