Christians for Biblical Equality Receives Funding for Student Scholarships

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Christians for Biblical Equality has received grants to fund student scholarships at their July 2013 conference in Pittsburgh, PA.

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These scholarships offer an exceptional opportunity for students to come share, learn, and discuss the importance of developing a scriptural worldview that encourages gift-based leadership and relationships.

Christians for Biblical Equality (CBE) has received over $17,000 from grants and donations in order to provide scholarships for students to their upcoming conference 'Take Every Thought Captive to Christ: Ideas Have Consequences' in Pittsburgh, PA, July 26-28, 2013. “These scholarships offer an exceptional opportunity for students to come share, learn, and discuss the importance of developing a scriptural worldview that encourages gift-based leadership and relationships,” says CBE’s president, Mimi Haddad. Scholarships are open to students of all ages, degrees, and programs and will cover the full cost of registration for the conference as well as two meals.

'Take Every Thought Captive to Christ: Ideas Have Consequences' will feature scholars and leaders in five general sessions, sixteen workshops, and six cascading presentations. Speakers include J.R. Daniel Kirk, Lillian Kimani, J. Lee Grady, Fatuma Hashi, Mimi Haddad, and Cynthia Westfall, among others. The conference will consider how the misinterpretation of scripture leads to an imbalanced worldview that devalues females and fosters injustice.

In its effort to advance a biblical foundation for gift-based rather than gender-based ministry and service, CBE sponsors annual conferences, facilitates local chapters, hosts an online book service, and publishes two award-winning journals. For more information, visit cbeinternational.org.

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