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May 23, 2016 By Scott Corbin
William M. Marsh | Assistant Professor of Theological Studies Cedarville University Cedarville, Ohio Introduction The aim of this study is to argue that Colossians 3:18-19 represents Paul’s vision for the “new household in Christ” that is clothed with “(re)newed garments” and enjoys the power of the gospel in an estate that has existed under the curse of...
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May 17, 2016 By Scott Corbin
At this year’s conference, Dr. Albert Mohler walked through the first two chapters of Genesis and what that means for men and women, created in the image of God. Dr. Mohler pressed the point that God’s glory, while being our proper worship, is also our most powerful apologetic. “The display of God’s glory is not...
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February 2, 2016 By Scott Corbin
Erik Thoennes joins Scott Corbin on Danvers Audio to talk about the image of God, the importance of play, and the theological implications of peek-a-boo. *********** Image: snowy soccer field by T. Kaiser on 12/28/14, accessed on Flickr and licensed under Creative Commons
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September 4, 2014 By CBMW
  Download free pdf. Lengthy volumes have been written on the issue of complementarianism, including our own Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. But most people do not have time to read several books on each of the pressing issues of modern life. Often what we need is a concise answer to particular questions. This is...
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September 4, 2014 By CBMW
  Download free pdf.    Purchase. A controversy of major proportions has spread throughout the church. Now more than ever before, gender roles are openly questioned in the wake of evangelical feminism—a movement that is having a profound impact on society, the home, and the church. In this redesigned edition of an influential and award-winning...
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November 13, 2013 By CBMW Guest
By Joey Cochran Men, we call our wives all sorts of names as terms of endearment. I call my wife, “Babe, honey, sweetie…” and others. Yet, there was a solitary, significant moment where I called Kendall Hopkins by another name. On May 28, 2005, I called her Mrs. Kendall Cochran for the first time after...
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