Double Vision: Greta Gerwig’s Little Women Shows Us the Goodness of Different Ways of Life

Gerwig’s recent adaptation of Little Women echoes the Bible’s ability to hold within its pages quite a variety of ideas on marriage and singleness.

Seeing and Believing 231 | Greta Gerwig’s Little Women and the Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems

Wade & Kevin review Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women along with The Safdie Brothers A24 film with Adam Sandler, Uncut Gems.

The Highwomen Project Merely Cracks a Mold in Need of Breaking—in the World and in the Church

The church should be a “crowded table” with a place by the fire for every woman—white, black, and brown alike—where she isn’t crammed into a narrow definition of womanhood and femininity.

And the Crowd Goes Wild When Women Actually Compete for the World Cup

We are not calibrated to the sight of a woman displaying unapologetic physical prowess.

Endgame‘s Rally of Women Avengers

I don’t think a heavy-handed scene in which the women of the MCU are haphazardly thrown together is reason enough on its own to cheer, but I am encouraged by the possibility that Marvel recognizes a deficiency.

Beyond the Field: The Social Good of Women’s Sports

With the appropriate ideological shift, Americans could expand their pallets to appreciate slower games.

Maybe Hollywood Needs a New Production Code to Protect Women

How did exploitation become the price that young women have to pay in Hollywood for using a God-given gift?

Paige Patterson Counsel Abounds When Women Aren’t Given a Seat at the Theological Table

If we are not listening, if we are not in community with people of color, women, the poor, the disabled, and the marginalized, we are guaranteed to make theological errors.

Persuasion 130: The Flourishing of Black Women in Black Panther, with Kathryn Freeman

With an African-American cast and female-strong story line, the movie Black Panther has broken the Marvel mold. What will be the lasting impact of this film?

The Role of Black Women in the Church: A Wakandan View of Flourishing

The women in Black Panther are the best representation I’ve seen of God’s intention for His daughters.

Little Women and the Imaginative Power of Family Identity

Like the March family, the Church exists to be a unified body poised to bless the world.

When Christians Resort to Lazy Gender Stereotypes, Both Women and Men Suffer

We forget that the Church’s role is not to baptize toxic masculinity, but rather, to redeem true masculinity.

Are Women Really Welcome in the World?

The power of a represented voice joining in unison with underrepresented voices was especially clear to me the night of the Scandal episode.

Persuasion 104: Is the Bible Good for Women? with Wendy Alsup

Wendy Alsup joins Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson to talk about her book, ‘Is the Bible Good for Women?” and the Jesus centered approach to the issue.

Persuasion: The Outsourcing of Women’s Discipleship to Para-Church Personalities

In this episode of Persuasion, Erin Straza and Hannah Anderson tackle the state of women’s discipleship today, how it got this way, and some steps forward from here.

Seeing and Believing: Ava Duvernay’s 13th + Kelly Reichardt’s Certain Women

Wade and Kevin follow up last week’s discussion of the controversial The Birth of a Nation with another film that courts controversy in a different way.