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April 29, 2024 By Denny Burk
Editor’s Note: The following article is Part III of a response to Christianity Today’s April 2024 cover story on gender and appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. Parts I and II can be read here and here. One of the glorious and beautiful truths of—and legacies of—biblical Christianity is Christianity’s effect in history...
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April 29, 2024 By CBMW
Editor’s Note: The following article is Part II of a response to Christianity Today’s April 2024 cover story on gender and appears in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. Parts I and III can be read here and here. Gordon Hugenberger rightly reminds us in his essay in Christianity Today of the many areas where...
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April 29, 2024 By Denny Burk
The April 2024 issue of Christianity Today includes three cover stories addressing ongoing differences between complementarians and egalitarians. Titled “Division of Labor,” the cover asks whether egalitarians and complementarians are really as opposed to one another as people suppose. Inside the magazine, the editors introduce the three authors—Gordan Hugenberger, Dani Treweek, and Gaby Viesca—as “ministry...
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April 29, 2024 By CBMW
Editor’s Note: The following series of articles appear in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. Part I: Denny Burk, “Do Egalitarians Need Safe Spaces?” Part II: Tom Schreiner, “Are Husbands and Wives Addressed in 1 Timothy 2:9–15?” Part III: Brad Green, “Should We Consider Mary the First Apostle?”
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April 2, 2024 By CBMW
My first encounter with the Danvers Statement and CBMW was in the late 1990s. I was a young man in college, and I was at my church, a rather large Southern Baptist church, and I was talking to a staff member in his office, and I saw on his bookshelf a big, thick, blue book...
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March 21, 2024 By CBMW
Editor’s Note: The Following essay will appear in the Spring 2024 issue of Eikon. A former colleague of mine recently pointed out on X that pornography use repulses godly women and is a huge impediment to marriageability. He was, of course, right about that. But he went on to blame this moral failure among men...
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