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One mission of CBMW is to help Christians think through secular and ecclesial trends on gender and sexuality. Through this work, we pore over a lot of different news reports and articles as we attempt to wade through the ceaseless flow of information on the web. In our weekly Gender and Sexuality News Roundups, we aim...Read
While the debate over whether the United States of America was founded as a Christian nation has good arguments on both sides, the fact that many original settlers came to America to escape a tyrannical state’s intrusion into their religious life and practice is unquestionable. Religious liberty has such a rich heritage in America —...Read
Thomas White | President Cedarville University Cedarville, Ohio “But I don’t feel like it, Dad,” said my 5-year-old son, Samuel, in a high-pitched whine. Memories of my father’s response echoed in my head just before the words came out of my mouth. “It really doesn’t matter what you feel like, son. You have to take...Read
We would love for you to join CBMW President Denny Burk, Kevin DeYoung, Sam Allberry, and Andrew Walker at the 2017 TGC Conference for lunch and a panel discussion on “Ministry in a Transgender Age.” The lunch event is scheduled to be held from 12–1:15PM on Tuesday, April 4, and your meal is included in the ticket...Read
How ought pastors teach on the beauty of complementarity? Ligon Duncan gives 8 ways. “You have to teach and preach on these issues. If you fail to address this with an ordinary diet of pastoral ministry in the local congregation, we lose on this issue.” Watch the video above for more.
“If your marriage is going to make God look glorious, you must be more satisfied in God than in marriage.” John Piper, speaking on the glory of God in marriage at the 2016 CBMW T4G Pre-Conference, reminded husbands and wives that if their marriages are to flourish, their marriages must be a subordinate end to...Read