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February 23, 2018 By CBMW
Introducing CBMW’s new periodical news aggregating service, “Gender and Sexuality News Roundup.” The articles below are from a wide variety of sectors and publications, organized generally into three categories. They are presented in aggregate, not necessarily endorsed. If you see an article that you think should be featured in future CBMW news roundups, you can...
February 15, 2018 By Matt Damico
Tim Challies predicted that 2018 would bring further definition to complementarianism, and it took less than a month for an opportunity for such definition to arise. In late January, John Piper answered a question on his popular podcast, “Ask Pastor John,” that sparked not a little dissension—especially on social media. The question was, “Is There...
January 27, 2018 By Denny Burk posted the podcast heard around the evangelical world earlier this week. In the podcast, John Piper responds to the following question from a listener: “Should women be hired as seminary professors? What is your best case?” In response, Piper makes the case that women should not be hired as seminary professors. Why? Because the...
January 23, 2018 By CBMW
Editor’s note: This article was originally posted at; used here with permission. Evangelicals seem to be more divided than ever about the issue of gender roles in the home and in the church. On the one side, you have the egalitarians. They believe that Christ came to abolish gender norms. For them, true equality...
December 20, 2017 By CBMW
On Tuesday, NPR’s nationally syndicated program, “On Point,” dedicated a segment to the Nashville Statement. In the segment, Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberties Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and an initial signatory of the Nashville Statement, joined the discussion with host Tom Gjelten and two other guests: Peter Marty, senior pastor...
December 14, 2017 By CBMW
On December 9th, Daniel Fuller added his signature to the Nashville Statement. Along with his signature, Dr. Fuller explains why he signed: “I signed the Nashville Statement because it represents the intended meaning of the authors of Scripture. To state anything other than the authors’ intended meaning diminishes the Word of God and renders it...