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May 19, 2021 By CBMW
As Southern Baptists prepare for their annual meeting in June, four men are set to be nominated as candidates for President of the convention: -Randy Adams, Executive Director of the Northwest Baptist Convention -Ed Litton, Pastor of Redemption Church (Saraland, AL) -Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, KY) -Mike Stone, Pastor...
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May 19, 2021 By CBMW
As Southern Baptists prepare for their annual meeting in June, four men are set to be nominated as candidates for President of the convention: -Randy Adams, Executive Director of the Northwest Baptist Convention -Ed Litton, Pastor of Redemption Church (Saraland, AL) -Albert Mohler, President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (Louisville, KY) -Mike Stone, Pastor...
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April 8, 2021 By Denny Burk
In 2019, I wrote an essay for Eikon about “Mere Complementarianism.” I wrote the essay in part to confront an idea that seemed to be gaining traction within evangelical discussions about gender. A growing chorus of voices had been making the claim that complementarianism is a new doctrinal innovation invented by Baby Boomer evangelicals in...
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September 28, 2020 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following letter was sent out to our mailing list as part of our Fall fundraising campaign. If you would like to donate to the ministry of CBMW, you may do so at cbmw.org/give. Dear friend of CBMW, The Lord gives a special kind of joy and “alert peacefulness” when you’re outnumbered five...
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August 10, 2020 By CBMW
One of the many challenges confronting complementarians today is trying to avoid sounding too much like a broken record. In the face of a veritable cottage industry of egalitarian publishing, which perennially puts out new arguments as to why the church should abandon her traditional position on men and women, complementarians are tasked with re-articulating...
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July 30, 2020 By CBMW
A recent article from Christianity Today should have our attention: “Researcher: Most Evangelicals Support Women in Church Leadership.” As the summary explains, “Despite the ongoing debates over gender roles, surveys show significant agreement in favor of female Sunday school teachers, worship leaders, speakers, and preachers.” What does this article tell us? Well, I believe it tells...
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