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August 1, 2022 By Matt Damico
The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood is pleased to announce the addition of three new council members: Abigail Dodds, Sharon James, and Joe Rigney. Each of the three new members have made significant contributions to the articulation and defense of God’s good design in complementarianism. They are published authors and have been featured in...
October 11, 2021 By Matt Damico
The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood is pleased to announce that Clint Pressley is joining the organization’s council. Pressley brings a breadth of ministerial, administrative, and leadership experience to the council. He is the senior pastor of Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he has served in that capacity since 2010....
February 8, 2021 By CBMW
LOUISVILLE, KY: When the Nashville Statement was published in 2017, its architects’ main purpose was to help form the confessional identity of Christians on the contested issues of gender and sexuality. In the ensuing years, that is exactly what has happened. Since its release, the Nashville Statement has been adopted by dozens of Christian colleges,...
December 30, 2020 By CBMW
With 2020 drawing to a close, my glance back through CBMW’s most-read articles in 2020 was an exercise in reacquainting myself with Einstein’s theory of relativity. So much has happened, so much change has taken place, since many of these articles were published, that some of them feel like they were written in another year,...
August 24, 2020 By Jonathan Swan
Since our organization began in 1987 with the drafting of The Danvers Statement on Biblical Complementarianism, the mission of CBMW has been “to set forth the teachings of the Bible about the complementary differences between men and women, created equally in the image of God, because these teachings are essential for obedience to Scripture and...
July 20, 2020 By CBMW
J. I. Packer, whose writings and leadership have left an indelible mark on the evangelical world, died on July 17. He was 93. Packer was a lifelong member of the Anglican church, yet he held commitments that were both evangelical and Reformed. He began his career in England, teaching at a number of schools, including...