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Women and Words: Exploring Women’s Biblical Equality Through Bible Translation with Dr. Roy Ciampa

By: Mimi Haddad, Roy Ciampa | April 5, 2024

Dr. Ciampa discusses the significance of Bible translation in promoting women’s biblical equality, his background as a missionary, professor, and Bible translator, and the process translation teams undergo to resolve translation challenges.

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Women and Words: Translation Bias and How to Read the Bible Well with Dr. Roy Ciampa

By: Mimi Haddad, Roy Ciampa | March 8, 2024

Dr. Ciampa explores the complexity of Bible translation, through his experiences both as a translator and professor of Bible translation.

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Women and Words: “We All Read the Bible Through a Cultural Lens” with Dr. Diphus Chemorion

By: Mimi Haddad, Diphus C. Chemorion | February 9, 2024

Host Dr. Mimi Haddad continues her conversation with Dr. Diphus Chemorion, a member of CBE’s Bible translation Old Testament team. Dr. Chemorion states that the goal of CBE’s Gender Accurate Bible translation (GAB) is accuracy related to the dignity and agency of women and men.

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Women and Words: Bible Translation as Communication with Dr. Diphus Chemorion

By: Mimi Haddad, Diphus C. Chemorion | January 12, 2024

Host Dr. Mimi Haddad meets with Dr. Diphus Chemorion, a member of CBE’s Bible translation Old Testament team. Dr. Diphus Chemorion clearly and methodically describes the process of Bible translation primarily as communication versus theological exposition.

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Women and Words: Refined Gold: The Resilience of Strong Women in Scripture with Dr. Boaz Johnson

By: Mimi Haddad, Boaz Johnson | December 1, 2023

Dr. Boaz Johnson considers how women throughout the Old Testament are characterized by strength (Chayil in Hebrew). Part of women’s strength is the result of much suffering, like Job’s wife who becomes the mother of seven boys and three girls.

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Book Review: Voices Long Silenced

By: Kimberly Dickson | November 2, 2023

Overall, I give the book five stars, knowing it will be my go-to each time I write about or research a woman from our faith history.

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Becoming Egalitarian: Reconciling Experience with Scripture

By: Israel Steinmetz | November 2, 2023

When a patriarchalist student learns from and is spiritually guided by women teachers and preachers, how does he reconcile his views of Scripture with his experience?

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Translating the Old Testament Part Two with Dr. Havilah Dharamraj

By: Mimi Haddad, Havilah Dharamraj | October 9, 2023

Dr. Havilah Dharamraj discusses not only her work leading CBE’s Old Testament translation team, but also their methodology, priorities, and examples of both.

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Difficult Passages in the New Testament and How to Understand Them

By: Cynthia Long Westfall | October 5, 2023

Certain difficult New Testament passages have been consistently used to prevent the full partnership of women in the home, church, and world. How do we understand these passages in a way that rightly explains the Word of Truth (2 Tim 2:15)? My goal as a New Testament scholar has been to find coherence in my interpretation of [...]

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