Topic: News and Announcements
New issue of JBMW and thanks to outgoing editor, Dr. Jason Duesing
The most recent issue of The Journal for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood has just been released. It includes my statement concerning the future of CBMW, which you can read here. The full table of contents is below. I hope you will take time to read the rest of the journal which is available for download here. I also hope that you will join me in expressing thanks to our outgoing editor Dr. Jason Duesing. He has done tremendous work since taking over as editor. He has made a vital contribution over these years to our work. Dr. Duesing is not leaving us altogether as he continues to serve on the CBMW board of directors. Thank you, Dr. Duesing!
- Jason G. Duesing, “Like a Steersman in a Storm”
ESSAYS & PERSPECTIVES
- Thomas White, “Feeling the Transgender Experience”
- Sam Storms, “Ten Things You Should Know About 1 Timothy 2:11-15 and the Relationship Between Men and Women in the Local Church”
- Adam Kareus, “Sons in the Faith”
- Todd R. Chipman, “Holy Women, Holy Words, Holy War: Investigating the Use of Military Motifs in the Prayer Songs of Women in Scripture”
- Owen Strachan, “The Clarity of Complementarity: Gender Dysphoria in Biblical Perspective”
FROM THE PRESIDENT
- Denny Burk, “My Vision for the Future of The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood”
GENDER STUDIES IN REVIEW
- Mary Kassian, A Review of Ruth A. Tucker. Black and White Bible, Black and Blue Wife: My Story of Finding Hope after Domestic Abuse.
- Candi Finch, A Review of Michelle Lee-Barnewall. Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian: A Kingdom Corrective to the Evangelical Gender Debate.
- Alan Branch, A Review of Mark A. Yarhouse. Understanding Gender Dysphoria: Navigating Transgender Issues in a Changing Culture.
- William M. Marsh, A Review of Russell Moore. Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel.
- Sarah Bubar, A Review of Jen Wilkin. None Like Him: 10 Ways God is Different Than Us (and Why That’s a Good Thing).