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CBE journeyed to Medellín, Colombia on July 7–9, 2014 for our first conference in South America! We partnered with the Biblical Seminary of Colombia to host this international conference, which explored Christian gender identity and its implications for ministry. Purchase the conference recordings from the CBE Bookstore.
CBE hosted an international conference, “Take Every Thought Captive to Christ: Ideas Have Consequences," on July 26-28, 2013 in Pittsburgh, PA. Christian scholars and leaders delivered five general sessions, sixteen workshops, and a cascading presentation exploring biblical worldview. We considered how misinterpreting Scripture contributes to a worldview that devalues females and fosters injustice. Purchase recordings from this conference at CBE Bookstore.
Join Dr. Dorothy Irvin and Diane Chynoweth on an exciting tour of Italy. The Rome Pilgrimage and Study Tour will be from September 18–25, 2014 and the Rome to Venice Tour will be from September 23–October 1, 2014. The tours can be either purchased separately or combined. For more information click here. 
Join Dr. Dorothy Irvin and Diane Chynoweth on an exciting tour of Italy. The Rome to Venice Tour will be from September 23–October 1, 2014 and the Rome Pilgrimage and Study Tour will be from September 18–25, 2014. The tours can be either purchased separately or combined. For more information click here. 
Dr. Mimi Haddad will be joining our partner organization, the Ekklesia Foundation for Gender Education (EFOGE), for their annual event. At the event Mimi will be presenting two lectures: "Male and Female: One Image, One Purpose" and "A High View of the Cross: Why the Early Evangelicals Opposed Slavery and Patriarchy."
I’ve grown up in the church all my life and have always heard Rebekah talked about in a negative light. Teachers and leaders have called her manipulative, deceptive, and lacking in submission to God and to her husband. Tradition has not been kind to Rebekah and I believe she is one of the most misrepresented and misunderstood women of the Bible.  
We are launching a weekly roundup of blog posts from around the web that advocate for gender equality from a biblical perspective*. From time to time we’ll also highlight top posts from The CBE Scroll as well. We hope that by curating these posts and linking up with other bloggers, we’ll be able to celebrate the wide community of Christians who promote and proclaim mutuality.
“Perhaps it is no wonder that the women were first at the Cradle and last at the Cross. They had never known a man like this Man…who never mapped out their sphere for them, never urged them to be feminine or jeered at them for being female; who had no axe to grind and no uneasy male dignity to defend; who took them as he found them and was completely unselfconscious. But we might easily deduce it from His Church…Women are not human; nobody shall persuade that they are human; let them say what...
Couched between the Jacob and Joseph narratives the story of Judah and Tamar, found in Genesis 38, is presented amidst the sordid fray of poor and destructive decision making where an unexpected heroine here arises. Somehow she manages to persevere against great odds in spite of the abusive masculine roles employed against her.
I recently read a book called The Jedi Path which is a history and description of how the Jedi Order from Star Wars was created and how it was run. Although Star Wars is not a story intentionally made to be a Christian allegory, many themes do demonstrate Christ-like morals, actions, ideas, and principles. For all of you Star Wars fans, and even those who know little about these popular movies and books, you will find the resounding truth in Star Wars to be very encouraging.

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