Kevin DeYoung: We Need “Biblical Clarity” on Manhood & Womanhood

Kevin DeYoung is the Senior Pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan. A widely-respected pastor-theologian, author, and speaker, he will join CBMW at our April 2016 T4G pre-conference, “The Beauty of Complementarity.” Kevin will speak on “Redemption through Motherhood: Why Caring for Children Is Caring for the World.” I am eager to hear [Read More…]

Announcing John MacArthur as a CBMW Conference Speaker

I am thrilled to make the public announcement that Dr. John MacArthur will speak at “The Beauty of Complementarity,” CBMW’s T4G pre-conference, on the afternoon of April 11, 2016. Dr. MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church and president of The Master’s College and Seminary. He is a hero to many, including me, and [Read More…]

Darrin Patrick: “Our World Needs to See What Biblical Manhood and Womanhood Is”

Darrin Patrick, seen in the video above, is the founding pastor of The Journey, a thriving St. Louis church, and the Vice President of the terrific Acts 29 network. Darrin will speak on “The Gospel for Workaholics: How Men Can Prioritize Family” at CBMW’s T4G pre-conference on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. This is a topic [Read More…]

Al Mohler on Complementarity: “That Really Is a Beautiful Truth”

Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. is the president of Southern Seminary and Boyce College. In April 2016, he will be a plenary speaker at the CBMW T4G pre-conference held by the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood. We’re thrilled for this! In the video above, Dr. Mohler explains why he is excited about this event, which [Read More…]

Dr. Ligon Duncan Invites You to the CBMW T4G Pre-Conference

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III is the Chancellor and CEO of Reformed Theological Seminary. He is also the past President of the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood, the organization I now lead. In the video above, he speaks of the CBMW T4G pre-conference, “The Beauty of Complementarity.” This event will be held on Monday-Tuesday, April 11-12, [Read More…]

“Emo” Kylo Ren and The Force Awakens: Quick Thoughts

I recently saw Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) and had some thoughts. I share these because in my own perusal of movie reviews, critics typically can only focus on major plot points and characters due to word count, and thus a lot of the most interesting details go undiscussed. Without further ado, I submit five thoughts [Read More…]

5 Things I’m Thankful for as 2015 Ends

Here are five things I’m thankful for as I look back on 2015. 1.      Another strong financial year for CBMW. We are seeking to close out the year strong, but to date, we will surpass last year’s financial intake. This is a tremendous blessing and a sign of God’s unmerited kindness. We are [Read More…]

In Support of Wheaton College: Can Evangelical Schools Be Evangelical Anymore?

Wheaton College, a leading evangelical institution, finds itself in the headlines this week after placing a professor on leave. The professor, Larycia Hawkins, wore an Islamic hijab (female head-scarf) and articulated sympathy for Islam as a religion on her Facebook page. Wheaton drew strong feedback when Hawkins’s actions and views became public, and the college [Read More…]

Should Pastors Feel Pressure to Produce Scholarship?

I’ve enjoyed the lively conversation that has emerged over this question: are pastors scholars? Some of the conversation has engaged the book Kevin Vanhoozer and I recently published, The Pastor as Public Theologian: Reclaiming a Lost Vision (Baker Academic, August 2015). In the book, Vanhoozer and I make the case that the pastor is the “organic intellectual” [Read More…]

Awakening the Evangelical Mind: Engaging James K. A. Smith on Neo-Evangelicalism

This one has all the makings of a classic boxing match, doesn’t it? James “KO” Smith against Owen “Trampling Marsden’s Coattails” Strachan. What do I mean? Let me give you the breathtaking blow-by-blow. I just published Awakening the Evangelical Mind: An Intellectual History of Neo-Evangelicalism (Zondervan Academic, Oct. 2015). Awakening represents the culmination of nearly a decade’s worth of work. [Read More…]


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