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August 29, 2023 By Matt Damico
Editor’s Note: Colin Smothers and Matt Damico recently sat down on the CBMW Podcast to discuss “Songs for the Sojourn,” a new worship album released by Matt and Kenwood Music. You can listen to that conversation here, and you can access the album here. There I was, trying to sing along with songs I didn’t...
July 5, 2023 By Matt Damico
Last month marked the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in New Orleans. The meeting — with more than 12,000 messengers from Southern Baptist churches in attendance — was the scene for important actions on a number of issues directly related to complementarianism.  Each of the issues concerns the definition of a pastor. The...
August 1, 2022 By Matt Damico
The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood is pleased to announce the addition of three new council members: Abigail Dodds, Sharon James, and Joe Rigney. Each of the three new members have made significant contributions to the articulation and defense of God’s good design in complementarianism. They are published authors and have been featured in...
October 11, 2021 By Matt Damico
The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood is pleased to announce that Clint Pressley is joining the organization’s council. Pressley brings a breadth of ministerial, administrative, and leadership experience to the council. He is the senior pastor of Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he has served in that capacity since 2010....
April 14, 2020 By Matt Damico
FORT WORTH, TX — The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Board of Trustees adopted the Nashville Statement and reaffirmed the Danvers Statement as “official guiding documents” at its spring meeting, which took place on April 7. The adoption and reaffirmation of these statements reflect the seminary’s belief that the documents represent and express the “convictional standards,...
August 26, 2019 By Matt Damico
The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood has added six complementarian leaders, scholars, and pastors to its council, signaling a generational shift in the organization. Those added to the board are Jason Allen, H.B. Charles, Jim Hamilton, Margaret Kostenberger, Rob Lister, and Joy White. “I couldn’t be more grateful for these new council members,” said...