Male and Female in the Image of God

Male and Female in the Image of God: Focusing on the Transgender Revolution

Denton Bible Church welcomes Denny Burk and Andrew Walker of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood for their regional conference: Male and Female in the Image of God. This is a free conference hosted by Denton Bible Church where Denny Burk and Andrew Walker will teach on the issue of Transgenderism and what it means to be made in God’s image. If you’re in the DFW area, we would love for you to join us April 21st and 22nd in Denton, Texas for this special conference!

This event is free!

When: Friday Night, April 21, 7pm and Saturday Morning, April 22, 9am -12am
Where:
The Student Ministries Building Auditorium at Denton Bible Church. (2300 E. University Dr. Denton, TX 76209)

Friday April 21, 7-9pm

7-8pm – Dr. Denny Burk: “The Transgender Test”

Transgenderism presents a pressing challenge to what Christianity has always taught about God’s image-bearers. It is a direct challenge to biblical authority and is an open contradiction of the Bible’s message about male and female. Faithful Christians will have to understand these challenges before they can answer them with gospel faithfulness.

8-9pm – Panel Discussion/Q&A: Charles Stolfus, Denny Burk, and Andrew Walker

Saturday April 22, 9-12pm

9-10am – Andrew Walker: “Broken Reeds and Broken Bodies: Love and the Gospel Response to Transgenderism”

Amidst the cultural and political debates around transgenderism, individuals who suffer from gender dysphoria get caught in the crossfire. The church’s response to the transgender revolution requires us to be a community that practices both conviction and compassion to troubled souls who find themselves in a Genesis 3 world.

10-11:30am – Panel Discussion/Q&A: Charles Stolfus, Denny Burk, and Andrew Walker

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About the Speakers:

Denny Burk is the President of The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood. He also serves as a Professor of Biblical Studies at Boyce College, the undergraduate school of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His recent books include, What is the Meaning of Sex? and Transforming Homosexuality.  He blogs at DennyBurk.com.

Andrew T. Walker serves as the Director of Policy Studies for the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. He is an M.Div graduate of Southern Seminary and is currently a doctoral student in Ethics and Public Policy at Southern. His most recent book is Marriage is: How Marriage Transforms Society and Cultivates Human Flourishing. He blogs at AndrewTWalker.com.

Both speakers co-authored a recent article on the transgender revolution at Public Discourse which is an on-line publication of the Witherspoon Institute.  In their article, National Geographic’s “Gender Revolution”: Bad Argument and Biased Ideology, they offer a very thoughtful and biblically grounded response to  the January 2017 issue of National Geographic magazine that was entirely devoted to advancing the normalization of transgenderism.

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: http://cbmw.org/

Childcare will be available for children 4 mo. to third grade that register before Wednesday, April 19th at noon. To register your child for childcare, email names and ages of your children, together with any allergies or special assistance needed to childcare@dentonbible.org.

2 Responses

  1. Marcia Keough
    Marcia Keough at | | Reply

    I plan to attend this conference but can’t find the link to register. Will leaving a reply suffice to get me on the list.
    Also, I will be able to help greet on Friday night from 6:30-7:15pm and on Saturday from 8:30-9:15 am.

    1. Brad Davis
      Brad Davis at | | Reply

      Hello Marcia,

      You can volunteer by going to The City link https://dentonbible.onthecity.org/plaza/needs/27c3d9f50043146916a14b8706d17a73b1fdd82a but if that doesn’t work, contact Charles Stolfus at cstolfus@dentonbible.org.

      Thanks,

      Brad Davis

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