Events

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On July 21-23, 2017, Christians from around the world gathered in Orlando, Florida, for CBE's 2017 conference, “Mutual by Design: Building God’s Church Together.” Conference Recordings Audio and...

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G.L.O.B.A.L. Justice, an organization dedicated to promoting biblical justice around the world, presents a series of discussions on justice issues around the world, from abortion to xenophobia. July’s...

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CBE will have a booth at the 31st annual Christian Connections for International Health (CCIH) conference. The theme of the conference is Strengthening Global Health: Faith at the Center. In the midst...

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CBE Houston is hosting a dinner conversation with Dr. Mimi Haddad, president of CBE and adjunct professor at Fuller, and Dr. Todd Still, Charles J. and Eleanor McLerran DeLancey Dean and holder of the...

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On Monday, May 1, Dr. Mimi Haddad will address a group of female Ridley College students at an informal dinner. She will share some of her own experiences in writing in academia and encourage the stud...

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The web has created enormous capacity for dialogue yet research shows most online communities reinforce stereotypes. How can the body of Christ challenge the devaluation of people based on gender and ...

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Effortlessly and without much explanation, Jesus welcomed the marginalized living on edges of his culture. His welcome was a great annoyance to his community, and even to his disciples. Yet, Scripture...

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Effortlessly and without much explanation, Jesus welcomed the marginalized living on edges of his culture. His welcome was a great annoyance to his community, and even to his disciples. Yet, Scripture...

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Unlike today, Christian theologians have, through the ages, used feminine metaphors for God without apology. For them, this language was not only biblical but theologically rich in communicating the i...

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Christians working to end sex slavery recognize the crucial role churches have in reading Scripture without a male bias. Since the 1800s, Christians have challenged theological patriarchy as essential...