Center for Biblical Worldview – Oct Resources

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November 2, 2021

CBW Monthly Newsletter

Equipping Christians to defend and advance their faith
in their families, communities, and the public square

October was active for the Center for Biblical Worldview (CBW). Specifically, we published a variety of articles and provided commentary on the upcoming Supreme Court case that could overturn Roe v. Wade. In addition, CBW staff participated in FRC’s inaugural Pray Vote Stand Summit and spoke at other online and in-person conferences around the country.

Notable resources we published this month included:

On Fridays, the CBW’s Joseph Backholm guest-hosted Washington Watch, FRC’s national radio program. Each Friday in October, David Closson joined Joseph for a “Worldview Conversation.” This month’s topics included:

Pray for Dobbs

On October 14, David Closson participated in the national webinar Pray for Dobbs, an event designed to help pastors think about the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case that could overturn Roe v. Wade. David joined Albert Mohler, Adam Greenway, Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann, and others to talk about abortion and the upcoming case. Over 4,000 pastors and ministry leaders participated in the event.

You can watch David’s teaching about the scriptural basis for being pro-life here, and you can watch the webinar in its entirety here.

Pray Vote Stand Summit

On October 6-8, Family Research Council hosted the Pray Vote Stand Summit in Leesburg, Virginia. CBW staff participating in the conference included George Barna, Joseph Backholm, David Closson, and Owen Strachan. Their presentations and talks included:

You can watch the presentations and discussions from the summit here.


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