47 min

77: Rosaria Butterfield | Christian Identity, Intersectionality {Part 2‪}‬ Grace Enough Podcast

    • Christianity

You can listen to {Part 1} EP. 76: Rosaria Butterfield | Radical Hospitality.


{Part 2} Rosaria and I dive deep into the topic of intersectionality and how that type of identity thinking differs from Christian identity.


1:50 You often speak and write about intersectionality. Will you define intersectionality for our listeners?
Rosaria summarizes what led to intersectionality.


"Most people did not realize that for decades and decades and decades, there's been a conversation going on in the universities and that conversation basically is this, your identity is rooted in the things you don't have that you want, and the things that you need to have in order to be fully formed. In other words, intersectionality comes from this idea that who you really are, is determined by how many victim statuses you can check off and liberation can only be had if no one disagrees with you."


Obergefell decision


"But in 2015 in the Obergefell decision, which was the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage in all 50 states, there was an additional, kind of beefing up of a clause that inserted this idea...of dignitary harm. This idea that people are harmed or done like violence to their person, not only because of material things that are denied them, but because their dignity has been insulted or hurt. So now with intersectionality, it isn't just race, class and gender... it could be ageism and looksism."


Intersectionality and The Church by Dr. Rosaria Butterfield


Two ways in which intersectionality is at odds with the gospel by Denny Burks


Intersectionality as Religion… It’s infecting evangelicals too by Denny Burks


 


SHOW NOTES continued


 


Follow Rosaria Butterfield at https://rosariabutterfield.com


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Follow Grace Enough Podcast on IG and FB


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You can listen to {Part 1} EP. 76: Rosaria Butterfield | Radical Hospitality.


{Part 2} Rosaria and I dive deep into the topic of intersectionality and how that type of identity thinking differs from Christian identity.


1:50 You often speak and write about intersectionality. Will you define intersectionality for our listeners?
Rosaria summarizes what led to intersectionality.


"Most people did not realize that for decades and decades and decades, there's been a conversation going on in the universities and that conversation basically is this, your identity is rooted in the things you don't have that you want, and the things that you need to have in order to be fully formed. In other words, intersectionality comes from this idea that who you really are, is determined by how many victim statuses you can check off and liberation can only be had if no one disagrees with you."


Obergefell decision


"But in 2015 in the Obergefell decision, which was the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage in all 50 states, there was an additional, kind of beefing up of a clause that inserted this idea...of dignitary harm. This idea that people are harmed or done like violence to their person, not only because of material things that are denied them, but because their dignity has been insulted or hurt. So now with intersectionality, it isn't just race, class and gender... it could be ageism and looksism."


Intersectionality and The Church by Dr. Rosaria Butterfield


Two ways in which intersectionality is at odds with the gospel by Denny Burks


Intersectionality as Religion… It’s infecting evangelicals too by Denny Burks


 


SHOW NOTES continued


 


Follow Rosaria Butterfield at https://rosariabutterfield.com


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Follow Grace Enough Podcast on IG and FB


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47 min