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May 4, 2016 By Scott Corbin
Dorothy Kelley Patterson | Professor of Theology in Women’s Studies Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Fort Worth, Texas For more than half a century I have been intrigued by the legendary theologian Charles Caldwell Ryrie.[1] As a young adult, I was drawn to his writings because of his clarity and depth. Ryrie has always wielded his...
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March 15, 2016 By Greg Gibson
As the mother of three daughters, I’ve had lots of opportunities to think about what I want them to know as they grow into women. I want the truth of the Bible to be reality for them, not some foreign and unusual concept. The spirit of our age rejects the Bible as bizarre, backwards, and...
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February 12, 2016 By Greg Gibson
  I have a guilty pleasure. I enjoy browsing Pinterest for new recipes, homeschooling ideas, and fun crafts (admittedly though, I never do the crafts). Almost every time I scroll through the pins, I see ones for blog posts on the topic of loving your husband. “20 Ways to Love Your Husband” “How to Truly...
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December 28, 2015 By Grant Castleberry
I usually do not give much notice to commercials (fast forwarding whenever possible), but recently an advertisement for the perfume, Miss Dior, did exactly what the producer intended – it caught my full attention. In the film, Natalie Portman stars as a runaway bride. The wedding venue and dress exude absolute perfection. But the film...
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December 5, 2015 By Scott Corbin
On December 3rd, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced the inevitable: that women would be allowed to enter into combat specialty roles, which they had previously been denied. I say inevitable, because as the New York Times points out, President Obama had already said three years ago that he wanted women integrated into all combat roles...
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October 26, 2015 By CBMW
Rosaria Butterfield joins Scott Corbin on Danvers Audio to discuss her new book, Openness Unhindered, as well as the importance of hospitality and the normal means of grace.
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