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May 23, 2022 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Spring 2022 issue of Eikon. As complementarians, we believe that both men and women are made in God’s image, and that God has designed us in distinct and complementary ways for his glory and our good. My aim in this article is to provide a framework for...
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May 23, 2022 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Spring 2022 issue of Eikon. Introduction With increasing pressure from the culture to revise the traditional moral disapproval of same-sex relations, evangelicals are wrestling with how the church ought to treat same-sex attracted Christians. A shift toward greater openness is taking place among some evangelical churches committed...
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May 23, 2022 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Spring 2022 issue of Eikon. The theme for this issue of Eikon is human society’s bedrock institution, the family. It doesn’t take a Ph.D. to notice that the family is in crisis in the modern West — in fact, statistics show that if you don’t have a...
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May 23, 2022 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Spring 2022 issue of Eikon. The next frontier of the sexual revolution is parental rights. That might initially sound hyperbolic. Governments are not, after all, removing children from their homes in any sort of systematic way. The problem, banal as it may seem, is that the intellectual...
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May 23, 2022 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Spring 2022 issue of Eikon. Aristotle identified the fundamental political unit differently than would most people today. While we tend to look to the individual as the source of our politics, Aristotle began with the procreative pair, the man and the woman. Without the man and the...
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May 23, 2022 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Spring 2022 issue of Eikon. Introduction In 1999, evolutionary paleontologist and Harvard University professor Dr. Stephen Jay Gould coined the phrase “non-overlapping magisteria” to describe the relationship between science and religion. He aimed to show that science and religion are miles apart because they deal with different...
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