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2FAB #8: Genesis 37, 39-50

Introducing 2FAB – Two Feminists Annotate the Bible. Join Jordan and Luci as they work their way through the Bible, bringing their deep faiths and a feminist eye to the stories of God and God’s people. In this episode; Joseph and his journey to Egypt

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Religious podcast launching on Kickstarter

Three graduate students studying religion at the University of Georgia have a kickstarter for their new podcast, titled Religioncast.

The trio list some planned topics as:

Islamophobia and it’s effects in the world today.
What does the Bible really say about Hell?
The Documentary Hypothesis and Biblical Authorship
Early Church Fathers
The Hijab and the women who wear it.

Will you tune

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Religious podcasts, tweets, YouTube videos, connect with Christians and other people of faith

Illustration by Popstck

Slate has an interesting piece exploring the history of sermons and religious messages delivered unconventionally, from the radio in 1921, to the modern internet.

From Slate:

In Pittsburgh, the magazine reported, Calvary Episcopal Church was broadcasting a full church service every Sunday. “Think what this means to many people: the invalid, unable to go to church can enjoy its benefits without leaving his bed or wheel chair; the farmer, too far from town to go to church has the service brought […]

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