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School of Humanity Podcast
My dear friends Jason and Rachel Bulman have a podcast through the Diocese of Orlando called The School of Humanity. This podcast sprang up from the young adult community that they formed. I had the privilege of speaking with them along with Thomas LaPointe, Seminarian at St. Meinrads, about Gender, TOB, and Authentic Masculinity and Femininity! I had a blast making it.
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Societal Construct and Gender
On this Episode Jason & Rachel Bulman, Thomas Lapointe and I discuss the disparity between societal expectations of gender and the revealed truth of our identity in Christ.
We continue our talk on Authentic Masculinity and Femininity while going over Ephesians 5 and how the creation story reveals the truth of who we are.
Rules and Responsibilities
In the third part of the series we discuss the responsibilities associated with each gender and how God gives us rules to live a Holy life.
Authentic Femininity- Part 1
In the first part of our discussion on Authentic Femininity we delve into the idea of “receptivity” and how it’s integral to our role as women.
Authentic Femininity- Part 2
What is sensitivity and why is it a particular trait in the human condition. What can sensitivity teach us about ourselves and our call in the world?
Authentic Femininity – Part 3
What can we learn about the Feminine Genius through the trait of generosity? This week we discuss the need to be generous to all of those around us and how that reflects the glory of God.
What does it mean to be a man in our society? For the final installment of the School of Humanity Series on Masculinity and Femininity we wrap up with a focus on manhood and how to live out that calling in the modern world.
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