You Who? Why Rachel Jankovic is Wrong on Identity with Kerry Baldwin


Theology Gals | Episode 113

On this episode Kerry Baldwin joins the gals to discuss Rachel Jankovic’s new book, You Who? They discuss themes from the book regarding philosophy, identity, theology, and the implications.

Episode Resources:

You Who? Why Rachel Jankovic is Wrong on Identity by Kerry Baldwin

Resources from Theology Gals episode on Rachel Jankovic’s errors concerning identity and obedience

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Lordship Controversy | Episode 112

Lordship Controversy | Episode 112


Coleen and Angela tackle the Lordship controversy on this week’s episode. The controversy was a debate between dispensationalists and yet some in the Reformed will claim to hold to Lordship Salvation. The gals explain how both sides are inconsistent with confessional Reformed theology.

Episode Resources:

The Lordship Controversy – Michael Horton

Lordship Salvation – Reformed Brotherhood (you can also hear this episode here)

Christ the Lord: The Reformation and Lordship Salvation edited by Michael Horton 

Can I Have Assurance by R. Scott Clark

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Celebrity Pastors with Darby Stouffer (R. C. Sproul’s Granddaughter)

Celebrity Pastors with Darby Stouffer (R. C. Sproul’s Granddaughter)


Theology Gals | Episode 111

Coleen and Angela talk with Darby Stouffer, granddaughter of R. C. Sproul. They discuss the good and the bad about celebrity pastors and how we can have a balanced approach. Darby  tells some stories about her grandfather, R.C. Sproul. She also talks about her business, Darby’s dresses, and offers some tips for other moms that work from home.

Darby’s Dresses 15% off discount code: THEOLOGY15

Episode Resources:

Darby’s Dresses (Facebook Group)

Darby’s Dresses Boutique (Facebook Group)

Darby’s Dresses (website)

 

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Wisdom with Money | Episode 110

Wisdom with Money | Episode 110


This week Coleen and Angela address being wise with our money. Below you’ll find an outline of the topics discussed.

  1. Budgeting
  • Budgeting software options
  • Work on your budget together as a couple
  • Budget for everything
  1. Getting out of debt
    • Pay off highest interest debts first
    • Pay more than the minimum
    • If you aren’t carrying a balance on your credit card DON’T START!
  1. Saving
  • Emergency Funds
  • Saving for bigger purchases
    • Christmas
    • Vacations
    • Home improvements
    • Cars
  • Saving for retirement (which will tie in with investing)
  1. Investing
    • Types of investments
      1. Debt (bonds)
      2. Real Estate
      3. Equity (stocks)
      4. Derivative investments (options, hedges, other very complex instruments)
    • Why Invest
      1. Inflation
      2. Lifetime avg return on the market
    • Basics
      1. Start early
      2. Max it out, get every match dollar
      3. Diversify (talk about risk)
        1. Individual stocks >40
        2. Mutual funds
        3. Diversify across asset type as well
      4. Shift strategy with age
  1. Not so great financial decisions
  • MLMs
  • Credit cards
  • Buying too much house
  • Viewing a car as an investment
  • Not saving for retirement
  • Whole life insurance
  1. Giving
  1. Teaching children to be wise.
  • Young children
  • Teenagers

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Overcorrection: Purity Culture, Leggings, Feminism, Patriarchy

Overcorrection: Purity Culture, Leggings, Feminism, Patriarchy


On this week’s episode, Coleen, Angela and Ashley discuss the tendency to overcorrect in response to certain errors. In response to purity culture, some say, “I’ll wear whatever I want.” Is that the Biblical response? They also discuss overcorrection to feminism and patriarchy.
Episode Resources:
Modesty | Theology Gals Episode
Purity Culture with Rebecca Lemke | Theology Gals Episode
Eternal Subordination of the Son with Rachel Miller | Theology Gals Episode
Patriarchy with Rachel Miller | Theology Gals Episode
Patriarchy Part 2 | Theology Gals Episode
Feminism | Theology Gals Episode
Of course leggings are sexually arousing. Duh by Suzzane Venker

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