44 min

Toxic Gender Stereotypes Jessup Think

    • Philosophy

Dr. Erin Ambrose joins the show again to chat with Mark and Rex about gender stereotypes in the church and the harm they cause.




TRANSCRIPT
0:01
Hey everyone, welcome into Jessup Think. I'm your host Mark Moore,

0:05
and your co-host Rex gurney.

0:07
Rex, we're excited to have back on the show Dr. Erin Ambrose, one of our famous psychology profs,

0:14
and we're going to be talking about something that's very, very important on multiple levels. And that is taken away.

0:20
Yeah, that is gender and gender roles.

0:23
And I didn't want to say that. So I'll let you get in trouble. But

0:27
Right, right. No, we want to Yeah, we want to dive into this topic. And this is just a is just a bird's eye view of, particularly within the church of of Bibi, what is biblical masculinity look like? What is the biblical femininity? How have we been misrepresented in the past and caused caused HURT How, how can we understand the complexity of gender and specifically kind of gender role, gender stereotypes within the church, we hope you will be engaged in this really important conversation, and, and we looking for more episodes to come where we maybe take a deeper dive into some of these.

1:15
Well, hey, it's so good to have you back on the show. Dr. Eri Ambrose, thank you so much for joining us.

1:22
Thanks for having me.

1:24
And we're going to kind of tackle a little bit a little bit off the cuff on this topic. But I know it's when we say off the cuff. It's going to be built on probably years of research and study that we've all done and, and opinion and biblical research all of that. But we're gonna be talking about gender and gender roles. And I mean, this is, you know, this is a topic that's not only within the church, but within culture, trying to understand what gender is what gender roles and so we're not mean, it's a pretty broad, we're not gonna be able to cover everything. But it's interesting how this kind of came up for us. Now. Our listeners might not know this, but I don't know if Rex and I really know this. We have an Instagram account.

2:11
I didn't we had we had two years of posts on it. I had absolutely no idea. We had one.

2:16
Yeah, we even had one. That's great. Rex

2:19
is not in charge of our social media, right? And neither neither am I, we actually have a student, you know, student intern round calling him and associate, you know, Assistant Producer, Math Pad, wonderful student. And he's been on the show, he's kind of done a couple side bits for us. And he was going through Instagram, and he realized we had Yeah, right. So you're saying we had two years of backlog messages? No shows? I don't even want to know what like my actual Instagram probably has 15 years back logged messages. I'm like, There's messages on Instagram.

2:56
Is this your formal apology to

3:00
this is this is my formal apology to our to our listeners. And we're solving that problem by hiring hiring the young people, right to look at to look after social media. But in going through those backlogs. We had a couple like topic suggestions. Right? Why don't you talk about this kind? Yeah. And one of the suggestions was gender and gender role and such. And it is. Yeah, it really is. And I think, especially in this last couple years, with within the church with publications like Jesus and John Wayne making a biblical womanhood church called Tov, the Christianity Today podcast on the rise and fall of Maurice Hill, you know, with all of those, it just felt, I mean, this has always been something but I think there's been some clarity brought to the discussion that, you know, within the church, particularly evangelical church, we have a we have a gender problem, gender role problem. And, and so we'd love to just kind of, kind of talk about that, you know, talk about that, when we especially when the church maybe we'll kind of start there. We have these phrases thrown

Dr. Erin Ambrose joins the show again to chat with Mark and Rex about gender stereotypes in the church and the harm they cause.




TRANSCRIPT
0:01
Hey everyone, welcome into Jessup Think. I'm your host Mark Moore,

0:05
and your co-host Rex gurney.

0:07
Rex, we're excited to have back on the show Dr. Erin Ambrose, one of our famous psychology profs,

0:14
and we're going to be talking about something that's very, very important on multiple levels. And that is taken away.

0:20
Yeah, that is gender and gender roles.

0:23
And I didn't want to say that. So I'll let you get in trouble. But

0:27
Right, right. No, we want to Yeah, we want to dive into this topic. And this is just a is just a bird's eye view of, particularly within the church of of Bibi, what is biblical masculinity look like? What is the biblical femininity? How have we been misrepresented in the past and caused caused HURT How, how can we understand the complexity of gender and specifically kind of gender role, gender stereotypes within the church, we hope you will be engaged in this really important conversation, and, and we looking for more episodes to come where we maybe take a deeper dive into some of these.

1:15
Well, hey, it's so good to have you back on the show. Dr. Eri Ambrose, thank you so much for joining us.

1:22
Thanks for having me.

1:24
And we're going to kind of tackle a little bit a little bit off the cuff on this topic. But I know it's when we say off the cuff. It's going to be built on probably years of research and study that we've all done and, and opinion and biblical research all of that. But we're gonna be talking about gender and gender roles. And I mean, this is, you know, this is a topic that's not only within the church, but within culture, trying to understand what gender is what gender roles and so we're not mean, it's a pretty broad, we're not gonna be able to cover everything. But it's interesting how this kind of came up for us. Now. Our listeners might not know this, but I don't know if Rex and I really know this. We have an Instagram account.

2:11
I didn't we had we had two years of posts on it. I had absolutely no idea. We had one.

2:16
Yeah, we even had one. That's great. Rex

2:19
is not in charge of our social media, right? And neither neither am I, we actually have a student, you know, student intern round calling him and associate, you know, Assistant Producer, Math Pad, wonderful student. And he's been on the show, he's kind of done a couple side bits for us. And he was going through Instagram, and he realized we had Yeah, right. So you're saying we had two years of backlog messages? No shows? I don't even want to know what like my actual Instagram probably has 15 years back logged messages. I'm like, There's messages on Instagram.

2:56
Is this your formal apology to

3:00
this is this is my formal apology to our to our listeners. And we're solving that problem by hiring hiring the young people, right to look at to look after social media. But in going through those backlogs. We had a couple like topic suggestions. Right? Why don't you talk about this kind? Yeah. And one of the suggestions was gender and gender role and such. And it is. Yeah, it really is. And I think, especially in this last couple years, with within the church with publications like Jesus and John Wayne making a biblical womanhood church called Tov, the Christianity Today podcast on the rise and fall of Maurice Hill, you know, with all of those, it just felt, I mean, this has always been something but I think there's been some clarity brought to the discussion that, you know, within the church, particularly evangelical church, we have a we have a gender problem, gender role problem. And, and so we'd love to just kind of, kind of talk about that, you know, talk about that, when we especially when the church maybe we'll kind of start there. We have these phrases thrown

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