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October 23, 2018 By Matt Damico
Over the course of history, layers of questionable interpretations have developed over certain biblical characters, preventing us from seeing clearly what lies beneath. As we have, over many centuries, become habituated to seeing certain characters in a particular way, we may never closely examine the text itself or assess the strength of apparently time-honoured readings....
August 23, 2018 By CBMW
Editor’s Note: Colin Smothers interviewed Nancy Pearcey about her book Love Thy Body on CBMW’s podcast, Danvers Audio. You can listen to the interview here or wherever you get your podcasts. Other than being among the watershed moral issues of our day, what do abortion, euthanasia, sexual promiscuity, homosexuality, and transgenderism have in common? In her new...
March 9, 2018 By CBMW
Review of Ryan T. Anderson’s When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment  Ryan T. Anderson is no stranger to controversy. A scholar at The Heritage Foundation, he came to public notoriety when he and allies Robert George and Sherif Girgis penned a philosophical defense of marriage right as the Supreme Court was on...
December 23, 2015 By Scott Corbin
‘Tis the season for celebrating books! We at CBMW love books. Because we know you do, too, we’re celebrating a great year in publishing by releasing our first-ever CBMW Book Awards. Below are the titles that drew our applause in 2015. These are texts with a focus on the issues we cover–manhood, womanhood, the family,...
October 28, 2015 By CBMW
In the midst of the deafening, gale-force winds of the spirit of the age, someone has stood up, cleared his throat, and said, “We cannot be silent.” We Cannot Be Silent, the title of Dr. Albert Mohler’s newest book, represents decades worth of academic and cultural engagement by one of the leading lights of our time...
October 13, 2015 By Greg Gibson
Sometime in the last 50 years, the Puritans went viral. Having received a makeover from stodgy prudes to spiritual doctors, Christians—young and old alike—found themselves flocking to publishers like Banner of Truth to consume as much Puritan meat as they could. Those who were once the fun-hating pious denizens had become the ancient spiritual doctors...