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Katelyn Beaty

Katelyn Beaty

Katelyn Beaty is managing editor of Christianity Today, where she co-founded Her.meneutics with Sarah Pulliam Bailey. Her first book, A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World (Howard), will be published in July 2016.

An Ohio native, Katelyn graduated from Calvin College (2006) with an honors degree in communications and spent a semester studying theology at Oxford University. She has written for Books & Culture, Relevant, *cino network, Prodigal Magazine, and Cultural Encounters: A Journal for the Theology of Culture. She enjoys birdwatching, karaoke, cooking, and having a front-row seat for God's work among his people across the U.S. Follow her on Twitter @KatelynBeaty.

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The 5 Truths Stay-at-Home and Working Moms Can Agree On

After interviewing 120 women, I saw glimmers of a truce in the Mommy Wars.

Go West, Young Woman: The Rise of the Solo Female Traveler

I learned for myself why some of the best adventures are taken alone.

Why Boko Haram and ISIS Target Women

The oldest way to spread a religion is not to evangelize people; it’s to create new ones.

Not All Vulnerability Is Brave

We don’t have to expose our deepest secrets with every speech and blog post.

Who You Calling Brusque?

Speak boldly and carry a red pen: A fellow female editor on Jill Abramson's firing

Lamenting My Prejudice Against Beautiful Women

When did I absorb the belief that being feminine means being shallow?

My Calling as a Female Breadwinner

Sometimes Christian women can’t help breaking traditional gender roles.

The Best of Her.meneutics 2012: Writers' Choice

The posts that wowed our regular contributors.

Where Was God When Lolo Jones Placed Fourth?

We need a theology that accounts for Christian athletes' on-the-field failings.

The Top 10 Her.meneutics Posts of 2012 (So Far)

The posts that got our readers talking.

Did Karen Klein Do the Right Thing? Bullying and the Limits of 'Turn the Other Cheek'

How I wish the elderly bus monitor would have responded to her young abusers.

Our Writers' Favorite Posts from 2011

Some in-house selections from the past year.

The Top Her.meneutics Posts of 2011

The year in review at the women's blog.

Top 10 Posts of the Month

What got Her.meneutics' readers talking in June.

The Top 10 Posts of 2011 - So Far

What got our readers talking this year.

Beyond SlutWalk: A New Conversation about Sexual Assault

Why Justin and Lindsey Holcombs' new Crossway book, Rid of My Disgrace, is the perfect conversation starter.

Christians Launch Anti-Slavery Efforts for Super Bowl XLV

This year's game is located in one of the nation's seedbeds of human trafficking.

Miss America and the Bikini Question

Do modern-day pageants ask young evangelical women to compromise their values an itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny too much?

The Top 10 Her.meneutics Posts of the Year

The women's blog posts that most caught your attention in 2010.
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