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CBE’s online courses advance CBE’s mission to affirm and promote the biblical truth that all believers—regardless of gender, ethnicity or class—must exercise their God-given gifts with equal authority and equal responsibility in church, home, and world.

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CBE's Courses

Answers to Common Questions about Women and the Church

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain God’s original design for men and women.
  • Give answers to common questions about women’s leadership in the home, church, and workplace.
  • Discover God’s freeing plan for marriage.
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Nurturing Women's Equality: An Evaluation Tool

Learning Outcomes

  • Gain insights into the historical and contemporary challenges that have disadvantaged women in society and church.
  • Understand God’s vision for women and men serving and leading together.
  • Access your church or organization’s current structure and culture through the lens of biblical equality. 
  • Identify and implement measures to foster a community culture that empowers women as full equals of men, enabling their growth and flourishing.
Ancient painting of a woman.

Women in Pastoral Ministry

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the issues surrounding passages that are used to restrict women’s leadership and their possible interpretations.
  • Trace the numerous women that have been serving in leadership and pastoral roles from the Old Testament through modern history.
  • Learn how to advocate for the women pastors and leaders of today.
The bible with flowers next to it.

Beyond Bias: Aligning Toward God’s Vision for Women and Men in Bible Translation

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the basic principles and challenges of Bible translation.
  • Examine how cultural assumptions can affect Bible translations.
  • Explore and acknowledge the contributions of women to Bible translation in history by virtue of their unique social locations and perspectives.
  • Develop a reading of the Bible that properly considers cultural factors involved in Bible translation and interpretation.
  • Be informed and wise in choosing Bible translations for personal use and for ministry.

Women and
the Bible

Learning Outcomes

  • Define biblical mutuality and why it matters
  • Discover what the Bible really says on the topic of women leaders, prophets, and evangelists, through Old and New Testament history
  • Explain how the lack of mutuality hinders current and future God-following ezers
  • Give a New Creation perspective on the topic of women leaders in the Church

Women in Scripture
and Mission

Christian history is full of remarkable women. Here we highlight women in the Old Testament, New Testament and in mission since the early days of the church through to the twenty-first century.  Some of them are complicated, where there is much to say.  Others are only barely remembered, and yet their story is worth knowing.  They were created in God’s image as a strong rescue, and through the power of the Holy Spirit they prophecy, heal, preach, teach, create, lead, fight, nurture, protect, and disciple others.  All-in-all, they provide the church with a window into how women are an integral part of God’s story.

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Eyes Open
to Abuse

Learning Outcomes

  • Expose common myths about abuse and abusers.
  • Recognize signs of domestic abuse.
  • Identify characteristics of abusers.
  • Develop and implement an action plan.

Egalitarianism: Women in the Church

Learning Outcomes

  • Compare and contrast egalitarian and complementation beliefs.
  • Analyze the theological foundations for egalitarianism. 
  • Provide examples of egalitarianism throughout biblical and church history.
  • Evaluate Bible translations and interpretations, and actions.
Egalitarianism in Practice

Egalitarianism in Practice

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe the effects of patriarchy.
  • Apply egalitarian practices to daily life.
  • Evaluate current church leadership.
  • Develop and implement an action plan.