Come to the CBMW Conference, Get a Whole Bookshelf of Books

We at CBMW are thrilled to host a Together for the Gospel pre-conference next week in Louisville. Our event, entitled “The Beauty of Complementarity,” runs from next Monday, April 11 to Tuesday, April 12. We’re seeing tickets fly out the door, and I encourage you to register. (You can sign up all the way to [Read More…]

Why Are Millennials Embracing Complementarity?

(At the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood, we’re excited to go public with this news: students can pay a $40 rate for our April 2016 T4G pre-conference!) Everybody knows we’re in an age of cultural upheaval. Those most caught in the storm are not boomers, but millennials. It’s easy to read one poll or [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…]

Why Complementarianism Is Surging: Introducing the 2016 CBMW T4G Pre-Conference

In 1987, Wayne Grudem, John Piper, Dorothy Patterson, and a number of other Christian leaders came together to found the Council on Biblical Manhood & Womanhood. They did so because there was little broad-scale representation of the complementarian viewpoint over against egalitarianism. Fast forward to 2015. CBMW is, by God’s grace, going strong. But there’s [Read More…]

Is the Bible Blind to Womanly Beauty?

Don’t know if you’ve followed this, but Tim Challies kicked up a bit of an Internet storm recently when he helpfully suggested that it was a good thing for Christian wives to give attention to their appearances for the betterment of their husbands.  He was responding to a post a few months ago by blogger [Read More…]

The Link 5.8.2009: Girls Gone Wise, Full-Court Presses, and “Tweeting” the Gospel

1. Just heard about the Girls Gone Wise website.  I think from Tim Challies.  Looks like a terrific resource.  Anything Mary Kassian has going on is beneficial for women, I find.  I once sat in on a radio show she did with Al Mohler and was impressed with her wisdom and comportment.  It’s no small [Read More…]


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