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ASBE Bylaws

Atlantic Society for Biblical Equality

Bylaws

As Amended on June 2, 2014 

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1. Definitions

 

1.1    In these bylaws:

(a) “Society” means Atlantic Society for Biblical Equality

(b) “Registrar” means the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies appointed under the Nova Scotia Companies Act.

(c) “Special Resolution” means a resolution passed by not less than three-fourths of such members entitled to vote as are present at a general or special meeting of which notice specifying the intention to propose the resolution as a Special Resolution has been duly given.

2. Membership Rights and Responsibilities

2.1      The Society is accountable to the members of the Society.

2.2      Every member is entitled to attend any members’ meeting of the Society.

2.3      Every member may vote at any members’ meeting of the Society.

2.4      Any member of legal age is entitled to hold any office.

2.5      Membership in the Society shall consist of:

(a)   The original members of the Board of Directors, including the five who subscribed to the Memorandum of Association.  All members of the Board of Directors are required to be members of the Society and to meet the requirements of acquiring and retaining membership listed in 2.5 (b) below.   

(b)   All applicants for membership who meet the following requirements for acquiring and retaining membership and are approved by the Directors:

  1. Support the Core Values, Mission Statement, Core Purpose, and Envisioned Future of the Society as stated in Appendix 1.
  2. Subscribe to the Statement of Faith of the Society (Appendix 2), as well as the Statement on “Men, Women and Biblical Equality” (Appendix 3).
  3. Pay an annual fee in an amount to be determined by the Board of Directors.
  4. Reside in the geographic area of Atlantic Canada (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador). 

2.6      Membership in the Society is not transferable.

2.7      Membership in the Society shall cease:

(a)     Upon death, or

(b)     If the member resigns by written notice to the Society, or

(c)     If the member ceases to qualify for membership in accordance with these bylaws, or

(d)     If, by a vote of the majority of the members of the Society or a majority vote of the

Directors of the Society at a meeting duly called and for which notice of the proposed action has been given, the Member’s membership in the Society has been terminated.

2.8      The members may repeal, amend or add to these bylaws by a Special Resolution. Any Special Resolution to repeal, amend, or add to these bylaws must be approved and

           recommended by the Board of Directors before presentation to a Members’ MeetingNo bylaw or amendment to the bylaws shall take effect until the Registrar approves of it.

2.9      No funds of the society shall be paid to or be available for the personal benefit of any member.

3. Members’ Meetings

3.1.     Every member shall have one vote and no more and there shall be no proxy voting.

3.2.     A general or special meeting of the members may be held at any time and shall be called:

  (a)   If requested by the chair, or

(b)    If requested by a majority of the Directors.

3.3.     Notice to members is required for general or special meetings. The notice must:

   (a)   Specify the date, place and time of the meeting,

            (b)   Be given to the members fourteen (14)days prior to the meeting, including a copy of the agenda for the meeting,

(c)   Be given to the members by electronic means or telephone,

(d)   Specify the intention to propose a Special Resolution, if any,and

(e)   The non-receipt of notice by any member shall not invalidate the proceedings.

3.4.     An annual general meeting shall be held within three months after every fiscal year end and notice is required which must:

           (a)   Specify the date, place and time of the meeting,

           (b)   Be given to the members thirty (30) days prior to the meeting, including a copy of the agenda for the meeting,

           (c)   Be given to the members by electronic means or telephone,

           (d)   Specify the intention to propose a Special Resolution, if any,and

           (e)   The non-receipt of notice by any member shall not invalidate the proceedings.

3.5.     At the annual general meeting of the Society the following items of business shall be dealt with and shall be deemed ordinary business and all other business transacted shall be deemed special business:

           (a)   Minutes of the previous annual general meeting,

           (b)   Consideration of the annual report of the Directors,

           (c)   Consideration of the annual financial report of the Society,

           (d)   The appointment of auditors for the ensuing year, and

           (e)   Election of Directors,

3.6.     Quorum shall consist of eight (8) members, including five (5) Directors. No business shall be conducted at any meeting unless a quorum is present.

           If a meeting is convened as per by-law 3.2 (a) or 3.2 (b) and quorum is not present within one-half hour from the time appointed for the meeting, it shall be adjourned to such time and place as a majority of the members present shall decide. Notice of the new meeting shall be given and at the adjourned meeting the members present shall constitute quorum only for the purpose of winding up the Society.

3.7.     One of the two Co-Presidents or, in the absence of both of them, the Vice President or, in the absence of the Vice President, any member appointed from among the members present shall preside as Chair at Members’ meetings.

3.8.     Where there is an equality of votes the motion shall be lost

3.9.     The Chair may, with the consent of the meeting, adjourn any meeting. No business shall be transacted at the subsequent meeting other than the business left unfinished at the adjourned meeting unless notice of such new business is given to the members.

3.10.   At any meeting a declaration by the Chair that a resolution has been carried is sufficient unless a poll is demanded by at least three members. If a poll is demanded it shall be held by show of hands or by secret ballot as the Chair may decide.

4. Directors

4.1.     Any member of the Society of legal age shall be eligible to be elected a Director of the Society and a Director of the Society shall be a member. Nominations for election as a Director shall be made by the Board of Directors, after soliciting suggestions from the members.  Nominations from the floor shall not be allowed.  Election shall be by secret ballot and a seventy-five per cent (75%) affirmative vote of those voting shall be required for election. 

4.2      The number of Directors shall be not less than eight (8) and not more than twelve (12). The members of the Steering Committee, including the five who were the subscribers to the Memorandum of Association of the Society, shall be the first Directors of the Society.  Of these first Directors, half shall serve a two-year term and half shall serve a three-year term.  Following this, Directors shall be elected to two-year terms, with one-half of the Directors elected each year. 

4.3.     Directors who are retiring from office shall do so at the end of each annual general meeting at which their successors are elected. Retiring Directors shall be eligible for re-election. There shall be no limit on the number of terms a Director may serve. 

4.4      If a Director resigns his/her office or ceases to be a member in the Society, his/her office as Director shall be vacated and the vacancy may be filled for the unexpired portion of the term by the Board of Directors from among the members of the Society.

4.5      The members may, by Special Resolution, remove any Director and appoint another person to complete the term of office.

4.6      The management of the Society is the responsibility of the Directors. In particular, the Directors may engage an Executive Director and determine his/her duties, responsibilities and remuneration.

4.7.     The Directors may appoint an executive committee and other committees as they see fit.

4.8      Directors who have, or could reasonably be seen to have, a conflict of interest have a duty to declare this interest. The declaration should be made to the members

           (a)   Upon nomination, and each subsequent year of Board service, and

           (b)   If serving as a Director, when the possibility of a conflict is realized.

4.9      A conflict of interest does not prevent a member from serving as a Director provided that he/she withdraws from the decision making on matters pertaining to that interest. The withdrawal should be recorded in the minutes.

5. Directors’ Meetings

5.1      The Board of Directors shall meet no less than two (2) times each year. Meetings may take place by electronic means. 

5.2      A meeting of Directors may be held at the close of every annual general meeting without notice for the purpose of electing officers. For all other board meetings, notice is required and must:

           (a)      Specify the date, place and time of the meeting,

           (b)      Be given to the Directors fourteen (14)days prior to the meeting, including a copy of the agenda for the meeting,

           (c)      Be given to the Directors by electronic means or telephone.

           (d)      The non-receipt of notice by any Director shall not invalidate the proceedings.

           (e)      The normal notice period can be waived for board meetings with the unanimous approval of the Board.

5.3      Quorum shall consist of sixty percent (60%)of the Directors. No business shall be conducted at any meeting of the Board of Directors unless a quorum is present to open the meeting and, upon request, before any vote.

5.4      One of the two Co-Presidents or, in the absence of both of them, the Vice President or, in the absence of the Vice President, any Director appointed from among the Directors present shall preside as Chair of the Board.

5.5      At Directors’ meetings, where there is an equality of votesthe motion shall be lost.

6. Officers

6.1      The Officers shall be elected by the Directors and shall be two Co-Presidents, a Vice President, a Treasurer, a Recording Secretary, a Membership Coordinator, and a Social Media Administrator. 

6.2        Two of the Officers shall be the Co-Presidents. The Co-Presidents shall be responsible for the effectiveness of the organization, and shall perform the duties stated in the Position Description of ASBE’s Co-Presidents and other duties as assigned by the Members or the Directors.

6.3        One of the Officers shall be the Vice President. The Vice President shall work with the Co-Presidents in the ministries of ASBE and perform the duties of the Chair during the absence, illness, or incapacity of both the Co-Presidents, or when requested to do so by the Chair. 

6.4      One of the Officers shall be the Treasurer. The Treasurer shall be responsible for custody of the financial records of the Society, receiving all revenue, paying all bills, preparing the annual financial statements, and carrying out all other duties assigned by the Board.

6.5      One of the officers shall be the Recording Secretary. The Recording Secretary shall be responsible for taking minutes of all Board and Members’ meetings and keeping these minutes on file.

6.6      One of the Officers shall be the Membership Coordinator. The Membership Coordinator shall be responsible for coordinating the membership process, receiving the membership fees and donations of new members and renewals, reminding members when their memberships will lapse, maintaining an accurate record of the members, and submitting all monies received to the Treasurer.

6.7      One of the officers shall be the Social Media Administrator. The Social Media Administrator shall be responsible for maintaining and updating the ASBE Social Media Pages.

6.8      Contracts, deeds, bills of exchange, and other instruments and documents may be executed on behalf of the Society by one of the Co-Presidents and the Treasurer, or otherwise as prescribed by a resolution of the Board of Directors.

7. Finance

7.1      The fiscal year end of the Society shall be the last day of March.

7.2      The Directors shall annually present to the members a written report on the financial position of the Society. The report shall be in the form of:

           (a)   A balance sheet showing its assets, liabilities and equity, and

           (b)   A statement of its income and expenditure in the preceding fiscal year.

7.3      A copy of the financial report shall be signed by the auditor or by two Directors.

7.4      A signed copy of the financial report shall be filed with the Registrar within fourteen (14) days after each annual meeting.

7.5      An auditor of the Society may be appointed by the members at the annual general meeting and, if the members fail to appoint an auditor, the Directors may do so.

7.6      The Society may only borrow money as approved by a Special Resolution of the members.

7.7      The members may inspect the annual financial statements and minutes of Members’ and Directors’ meetings at the registered office of the Society with one week’s notice. All other books and records of the Society may be inspected by any member at any reasonable time within two days prior to the annual general meeting at the registered office of the Society.

7.8.     Directors and officers shall serve without remuneration and shall not receive any profit from their positions. However, a Director or officer may be paid reasonable expenses incurred in the performance of his/her duties.

7.9      The Society shall not make loans, guarantee loans, or advance funds to any Director.

7. 10   There shall be two signing officers for financial expenditures – the Treasurer/Membership Registrar and one of two other people appointed by the Board of Directors annually.


Appendix I - Core Values, Mission Statement, Core Purpose, and Envisioned Future1

The Atlantic Society for Biblical Equality (ASBE) is a non-profit organization of Christians, who have come together to promote the equal partnership of men and women, and of all racial and ethnic groups, in the home, the church, and the community.

Core Values: We believe the Bible teaches the equality of women and men. We believe God has given each person gifts to be used for the good of Christ’s kingdom. We believe Christians are to develop and exercise their God-given gifts in the home, the church, and the world. We believe the Bible teaches that Christians are to oppose injustice.1

Mission Statement: ASBE equips believers by affirming the biblical truth about equality and justice. Thus all believers, without regard to gender, ethnicity, and class, are free and encouraged to use their God-given gifts in ministries, communities, and families. 1

Core Purpose: To communicate broadly the biblical truth that men and women are equally responsible to act justly and use their God-given gifts to further Christ’s kingdom. 1

Envisioned Future: ASBE envisions a future in which all believers will be encouraged to exercise their gifts for God’s glory and missional purposes with the full support of their Christian communities. 1

1 Adapted from Christians for Biblical Equality with their permission (www.cbeinternational.org).

Appendix 2 - Statement of Faith 2

  • We believe the Bible is the inspired Word of God, is reliable, and is the final authority for faith and practice.
  • We believe in the work of the Holy Spirit in salvation, and in the power and presence of the Holy Spirit in the life of believers.
  • We believe in the unity and trinity of God, eternally existing as three equal persons.
  • We believe in the full deity and full humanity of Jesus Christ.
  • We believe in the equality and essential dignity of men and women of all ethnicities, ages, and classes. We recognize that all persons are made in the image of God and are to reflect that image in the community of believers, in the home, and in society.
  • We believe in the sinfulness of all persons. One result of sin is shattered relationships with God, others, and self.
  • We believe that men and women are to diligently develop and use their God-given gifts for the good of the home, church and society.
  • We believe that eternal salvation and restored relationships are possible through faith in Jesus Christ who died for us, rose from the dead, and is coming again. This salvation is offered to all people.
  • We believe in the family, celibate singleness, and faithful heterosexual marriage as God's design.
  • We believe that, as mandated by the Bible, men and women are to oppose injustice.

2 Adopted from Christian for Biblical Equality with their permission (www.cbeinternational.org).

Appendix 3 – Statement on “Men, Women and Biblical Equality” 3

 

Men, Women and Biblical Equality: Christians for Biblical Equality

The Bible teaches the full equality of men and women in Creation and in Redemption (Gen 1:26-28, 2:23, 5:1-2; 1Cor 11:11-12; Gal 3:13, 28, 5:1).

The Bible teaches that God has revealed Himself in the totality of Scripture, the authoritative Word of God (Matt 5:18; John 10:35; 2Tim 3:16; 2Peter 1:20-21). We believe that Scripture is to be interpreted holistically and thematically. We also recognize the necessity of making a distinction between inspiration and interpretation: inspiration relates to the divine impulse and control whereby the whole canonical Scripture is the Word of God; interpretation relates to the human activity whereby we seek to apprehend revealed truth in harmony with the totality of Scripture and under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.  To be truly biblical, Christians must continually examine their faith and practice under the searchlight of Scripture.

 

Biblical Truths

Creation

1. The Bible teaches that both man and woman were created in God's image, had a direct relationship with God, and shared jointly the responsibilities of bearing and rearing children and having dominion over the created order (Gen 1:26-28).

2. The Bible teaches that woman and man were created for full and equal partnership. The word "helper" (ezer), used to designate woman in Genesis 2:18, refers to God in most instances of Old Testament usage (e.g., 1Sam 7:12; Ps 121:1-2). Consequently the word conveys no implication whatsoever of female subordination or inferiority.

3. The Bible teaches that the forming of woman from man demonstrates the fundamental unity and equality of human beings (Gen 2:21-23). In Genesis 2:18, 20 the word "suitable" (kenegdo) denotes equality and adequacy.

4. The Bible teaches that man and woman were co-participants in the Fall: Adam was no less culpable than Eve (Gen 3:6; Rom 5:12-21; 1Cor 15:21-22).

5. The Bible teaches that the rulership of Adam over Eve resulted from the Fall and was therefore not a part of the original created order. Genesis 3:16 is a prediction of the effects of the Fall rather than a prescription of God's ideal order.

Redemption

6. The Bible teaches that Jesus Christ came to redeem women as well as men. Through faith in Christ we all become children of God, one in Christ, and heirs to the blessings of salvation without reference to racial, social, or gender distinctives (John 1:12-13; Rom 8:14-17; 2Cor 5:17; Gal 3:26-28).

Community

7. The Bible teaches that at Pentecost the Holy Spirit came on men and women alike. Without distinction, the Holy Spirit indwells women and men, and sovereignly distributes gifts without preference as to gender (Acts 2:1-21; 1Cor 12:7, 11, 14:31).

8. The Bible teaches that both women and men are called to develop their spiritual gifts and to use them as stewards of the grace of God (1Peter 4:10-11). Both men and women are divinely gifted and empowered to minister to the whole Body of Christ, under His authority (Acts 1:14, 18:26, 21:9; Rom 16:1-7, 12-13, 15; Phil 4:2-3; Col 4:15; see also Mark 15:40-41, 16:1-7; Luke 8:1-3; John 20:17-18; compare also Old Testament examples: Judges 4:4-14, 5:7; 2Chron 34:22-28; Prov 31:30-31; Micah 6:4).

9. The Bible teaches that, in the New Testament economy, women as well as men exercise the prophetic, priestly and royal functions (Acts 2:17-18, 21:9; 1Cor 11:5; 1Peter 2:9-10; Rev 1:6, 5:10). Therefore, the few isolated texts that appear to restrict the full redemptive freedom of women must not be interpreted simplistically and in contradiction to the rest of Scripture, but their interpretation must take into account their relation to the broader teaching of Scripture and their total context (1Cor 11:2-16, 14:33-36; 1Tim 2:9-15).

10. The Bible defines the function of leadership as the empowerment of others for service rather than as the exercise of power over them (Matt 20:25-28, 23:8; Mark 10:42-45; John 13:13-17; Gal 5:13; 1Peter 5:2-3).

Family

11. The Bible teaches that husbands and wives are heirs together of the grace of life and that they are bound together in a relationship of mutual submission and responsibility (1Cor 7:3-5; Eph 5:21; 1Peter 3:1-7; Gen 21:12). The husband's function as "head" (kephale) is to be understood as self-giving love and service within this relationship of mutual submission (Eph 5:21-33; Col 3:19; 1Peter 3:7).

12. The Bible teaches that both mothers and fathers are to exercise leadership in the nurture, training, discipline and teaching of their children (Exod 20:12; Lev 19:3; Deut 6:6-9, 21:18-21, 27:16; Prov 1:8, 6:20; Eph 6:1-4; Col 3:20; 2Tim 1:5; see also Luke 2:51).

Application

Community

1. In the church, spiritual gifts of women and men are to be recognized, developed and used in serving and teaching ministries at all levels of involvement: as small group leaders, counselors, facilitators, administrators, ushers, communion servers, and board members, and in pastoral care, teaching, preaching, and worship. 

In so doing, the church will honor God as the source of spiritual gifts. The church will also fulfill God's mandate of stewardship without the appalling loss to God's kingdom that results when half of the church's members are excluded from positions of responsibility.

2. In the church, public recognition is to be given to both women and men who exercise ministries of service and leadership.

In so doing, the church will model the unity and harmony that should characterize the community of believers. In a world fractured by discrimination and segregation, the church will dissociate itself from worldly or pagan devices designed to make women feel inferior for being female. It will help prevent their departure from the church or their rejection of the Christian faith.

Family

3. In the Christian home, husband and wife are to defer to each other in seeking to fulfill each other's preferences, desires and aspirations. Neither spouse is to seek to dominate the other but each is to act as servant of the other, in humility considering the other as better than oneself. In case of decisional deadlock they should seek resolution through biblical methods of conflict resolution rather than by one spouse imposing a decision upon the other.

In so doing, husband and wife will help the Christian home stand against improper use of power and authority by spouses and will protect the home from wife and child abuse that sometimes tragically follows a hierarchical interpretation of the husband's "headship."

4. In the Christian home, spouses are to learn to share the responsibilities of leadership on the basis of gifts, expertise, and availability, with due regard for the partner most affected by the decision under consideration.

In so doing, spouses will learn to respect their competencies and their complementarity. This will prevent one spouse from becoming the perennial loser, often forced to practice ingratiating or deceitful manipulation to protect self-esteem. By establishing their marriage on a partnership basis, the couple will protect it from joining the tide of dead or broken marriages resulting from marital inequities.

5. In the Christian home, couples who share a lifestyle characterized by the freedom they find in Christ will do so without experiencing feelings of guilt or resorting to hypocrisy. They are freed to emerge from an unbiblical "traditionalism" and can rejoice in their mutual accountability in Christ.

In so doing, they will openly express their obedience to Scripture, will model an example for other couples in quest of freedom in Christ, and will stand against patterns of domination and inequality sometimes imposed upon church and family.

 
   

 

We believe that biblical equality as reflected in this document is true to Scripture.

We stand united in our conviction that the Bible, in its totality, is the liberating Word that provides the most effective way for women and men to exercise the gifts distributed by the Holy Spirit and thus to serve God.

Gilbert Bilezikian
W. Ward Gasque
Stanley N. Gundry
Gretchen Gaebelein Hull
Catherine Clark Kroeger
Jo Anne Lyon
Roger Nicole

Endorsed by: Miriam Adeney, Astri T. Anfindsen, Timothy Paul Allen, James Alsdurf, Phyllis Alsdurf, John E. Anderson, Patricia W. Anderson, Carl E. Armerding, Myron S. Augsburger, Raymond Bakke, Sandra Bauer, James Beck, Virginia L. Beck, Elizabeth Bell, Roy D. Bell, David G. Benner, Gordon C. Bennett, Joyce R. Berggren, Char Binkley, Sandra Bostian, Mark A. Brewer, Bettie Ann Brigham, D. Stuart Briscoe, Kathleen K. Brogan, James A. Brooks, Beth E. Brown, H. Marie Brown, F. F. Bruce, Cheever C. Buckbee, David H. Burr, Donald P. Buteyn, Anthony Campolo, Linda Cannell, Daniel R. Chamberlain, Caroline L. Cherry, Jack M. Chisholm, Gerald Christmas, Rosemary Christmas, David K. Clark, Shirley Close, Bonnidell Clouse, Robert G. Clouse, David W. Clowney, Naomi C. Cole, Mark O. Coleman, Jim Conway, Sally Conway, Kaye V. Cook-Kollars, C. S. Cowles, R. Byron Crozier, Peter H. Davids, Edward R. Dayton, Paul H. De Vries, Sidney De Waal, J. Jey Deifell, Jr., John R. Dellenback, Mary Jane Dellenback, Gary W. Demarest, Dolores Dunnett, Walter Dunnett, Charlotte Dyck, James F. Engel, C. Stephen Evans, Colleen Townsend Evans, Louis Evans, Gabriel Fackre, Gordon D. Fee, John Fischer, Patrice Fischer, David B. Fletcher, Joan D. Flikkema, David A. Fraser, Nils C. Friberg, Donn M. Gaebelein, Kevin Giles, Alfred A. Glenn, Barbara R. Glenn, Arthur A. Goetze, Tita V. Gordovez, Lillian V. Grissen, H. James Groen, Vernon Grounds, Darrell L. Guder, Lee M. Haines, Robin Haines, Richard C. Halverson, Sandra Hart, Stephen A. Hayner, Jo Ellen Heil, Betty C. Henderson, Robert T. Henderson, John J. Herzog, Bartlett L. Hess, I. John Hesselink, Roberta Hestenes, Janet S. Hickman, Marvin D. Hoff, Colleen Holby, Arthur F. Holmes, Beverly Holt, Carol D. C. Howard, David Allan Hubbard, M. Gay Hubbard, Anne Huffman, John Huffman, Philip G. Hull, Sanford D. Hull, Richard G. Hutcheson, Jr., William J. Hybels, Vida S. Icenogle, Dorothy Irvin, Evelyn Jensen, Alan F. Johnson, David W. Johnson, Robert K. Johnston, Rufus Jones, Kenneth S. Kantzer, Robert D. Kettering, John F. Kilner, Herbert V. Klem, Richard C. Kroeger, Harold E. Kurtz, Pauline H. Kurtz, Bruce Larson, Michael R. Leming, William H. Leslie, Arthur H. Lewis, Walter L. Liefeld, Zondra Lindblade, Helen W. Loeb, Richard N. Longenecker, Richard F. Lovelace, Deborah Olsoe Lunde, Kenneth H. Maahs, Faith M. Martin, James R. Mason, Alice P. Mathews, Dolores E. McCabe, Terry McGonigal, David L. McKenna, Lois McKinney, William A. Meyer, Hazel M. Michelson, A. Berkeley Mickelsen, Alvera Mickelsen, Eileen F. Moffett, Samuel H. Moffett, C. Sue Moore, Edward Moore, Graham Morbey, Mary Leigh Morbey, Elizabeth Morgan, Stephen C. Mott, Richard J. Mouw, Jeana Nieporte, William M. Nieporte, Alvaro L. Nieves, Arnold T. Olson, Daisy M. Washburn Osborn, LaDonna Osborn, T. L. Osborn, Grant R. Osborne, Grace Paddon, John Paddon, Elizabeth L. Patterson, Virginia Patterson, Richard Patterson, Jr., Philip Barton Payne, Robert W. Pazmino, Janet M. Peifer, William J. Petersen, Richard V. Pierard, Paul E. Pierson, Carolyn Goodman Plampin, Cornelius Plantinga, Jr., Christiane Posselt, Quah Cheng Hock, Robert V. Rakestraw, Sara Robertson, Lianne Roembke, Lydia M. Sarandan, Alvin J. Schmidt, Richard C. Schoenert, David M. Scholer, Jeannette F. Scholer, Robert A. Seiple, Ronald J. Sider, Lewis B. Smedes, James D. Smith III, Paul R. Smith, P. Paul Snezek, Jr., Klyne Snodgrass, Howard A. Snyder, Aida B. Spencer, William D. Spencer, Adele O. Sullivan, W. Nelson Thomson, Ruth A. Tucker, Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen, Joseph W. Viola, Virginia G. Viola, Emily Walther, George H. Walther, Patricia A. Ward, Timothy Weber, Van B. Weigel, Bruce Wilson, Earle L. Wilson, H. C. Wilson, Nicholas Wolterstorff, Linda R. Wright, Walter C. Wright, Jr., Louis H. Zbinden. (9/95)

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3 Adopted from Christian for Biblical Equality with their permission (www.cbeinternational.org).

 

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Upcoming ASBE Event

Aug 22, 2015, 12:15 - Annual General Meeting at Wolfville Baptist Church. A light lunch will be served as we discuss and dream about the future of ASBE.

 Past ASBE Events

Aug 23 & 24, 2014 - ASBE Seminars at CABC OasisCrandall University, Moncton, NB by Dr. Glenn Wooden

Sep 27 & 28, 2013 - 2013 ASBE Conference at Crandall University, Moncton, NB Keynote Speakers were Dr. Philip B. Payne and Dr. Anna Robbins.

 

Aug 10 & 11, 2013 - ASBE Seminars at CABC Oasis, Acadia University, Wolfville, NS.

June 3, 2013 - Fourth Members' Annual General meeting and Workshops were held at First Baptist Church in Amherst, NS.

Side by Side: Men and Women for Biblical Equality conference was held at Crandall University, Moncton NB, September 30 and October 1, 2011. 

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