Did they change their minds? Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood removes Article about complementarian roles in new creation
Do not add to his words, lest he rebuke you and you be found a liar.
Congratulations, friends! The last blog article, Is the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood Drinking Mormon-Flavored Koolaid?, created a lot of cyber uproar. Many public people passed it around on Facebook and Twitter, some wrote their own articles about it, and now it appears that the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood (CBMW) has removed the article.
Never fear, I saved a screenshot of it because it is important to know that this is the kind of agenda that CBMW promotes. Until reading that article, I had no idea that the ideology of complementarianism was to prepare women and men for the same roles in heaven. This idea is so disturbing.
Let’s be clear – – pulling the article does not mean CBMW has changed their ideology.
This could be a simple maneuver to remove the evidence. It will be interesting to see if there is any public response.
Try to understand what CBMW stood behind. Think of the names of the men who are part of this “ministry” – – – the same ones trying to tell you and me about their perceived ideas of Biblical roles as men and women.
CBMW needs to close up shop. They are usurping the role of the local church by trying to teach people their whacko beliefs.
Here are the board of directors:
Executive Director: Owen Strachan
K. Erik Thoennes
CBMW, we are on to you.
A big round of applause to those of you who shared the article and alerted others. Thank you for helping to expose the truth!