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May 1, 2020 By Jonathan Swan
The question whether women may serve as pastors or elders is one that hits home for many Christians. Believers have seen this issue embroil and even divide their churches. In taking up such a critical and sensitive matter, it is important to turn to the Bible. What light does the Word of God shed on...
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February 25, 2020 By Denny Burk
A video interview with N. T. Wright recently went viral on Facebook (watch it below). In it, Wright is asked about women in ministry. It is clear that the interviewer and the audience are eager to hear Wright plant an egalitarian flag in the ground. Wright says that he is asked about this almost everywhere...
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November 25, 2019 By CBMW
Editor’s note: Dr. Tom Schreiner, Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Biblical Theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, recently spoke at CBMW’s annual banquet at the Evangelical Theological Society. His topic was 1 Timothy 2:12, and his title, “Thoughts on Function, Office, and Other Things.”
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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...
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January 23, 2018 By CBMW
Editor’s note: This article was originally posted at DennyBurk.com; 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...
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November 6, 2015 By Scott Corbin
Perry Noble’s Advocacy of Women Preachers Perry Noble, pastor of New Spring church in South Carolina, has recently defended the idea that women should preach. You can read his defense here. He writes in a friendly spirit and says that he wants to clarify the situation rather than argue about the matter. Such friendly discussions...
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