Yep, that’s the one!
To be honest, if I got her view correct, I don’t see much of it at all. The only thing that was really convincing to me was the fact that Ezekiel 28 was before the Genesis story, but even still, it’s hard not to see Adam and Eve as archetypal humans. Another thing she mentioned was that the king could tend to royal gardens in the ANE, which Adam was commanded to do with his wife. Even still, it seemed like conjecture just to get a rise out of the YEC community, yet targeted at all Abrahamic faith followers.
Make no mistake; Dr. Francesca is an intelligent scholar. However, it does seem like she is trying to drum up controversy for the sake of riling people up. For example, while the “Did God Have a Wife” episode was really good, almost everything she deemed to tell a different story about Israel’s past wasn’t that controversial for people that have read The Bible(well, except for her take on Deuteronomy 33, 3). I’ve listened to Dr. Dever, Dr. Hadley, Dr. Friedman, and Dr. Smith on the subject of Asherah and felt happy to have learned something, but after finishing that TBBS episode I just felt dirty. It wasn’t the subject matter that bugged me, it was how the info was presented to me. Dr. Francesca presents the worship of this goddess as some kind of good and empowering thing, admonishing people for focusing on the sexual aspects of this deity and romanticizing a world where there are a divine couple, and that alone has made me suspicious that she is projecting a Post-Modern worldview on the Biblical Text. Am I being unfair?