Jul 2, 2021 • 47M

Patriarchal Power and Evangelical Myth-Making with Professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez

Season 1, Episode 10

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Leaving colonized faith for the Kingdom of God – Shake the Dust features candid interviews and informed discussions that guide us as we seek Jesus instead of empire.
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This week, the team talks with New York Times best-selling author, Calvin University Professor Kristin Kobes Du Mez about her book, Jesus and John Wayne; the recent history of white evangelical patriarchal theology; that theology’s ties to the consolidation of evangelical political power; how militant masculinity interacts with race and disability; her research for her upcoming book on evangelical femininity; and a whole lot more. 

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