Writing plans

As you may know, there’s pretty much zero Christian literature out right now on the Truth of the nature of men and women from the Bible. Dalrock has pretty much exposed almost every pastor for pandering and pedestalizing wives in marriage.

Unfortunately, the “red pill” has a bad reputation, even though much of the information is true due to users using it in immoral ways. The only way you could possibly make any sort of in-roads into a Church is through a book based solely on Scripture. That’s why such a book is needed.

I talked with Don of A Christian Man’s Guide to Love and Marriage in the 21st Century: Why Everything You Think You Know Is Wrong. His book is available free through commons license on Donal’s sidebar. The goal is to rewrite much of the book to eliminate RP terminology and expand upon the concepts in order to reach the single and married Christian men without having the stigma of the secular manosphere weighing over it.

This is easy to do because the full nature of men and women are clearly and thoroughly explained in the Scriptures. Pulling out those examples and contrasting them against the culture is what this book will aim to achieve. This will show that God’s Truth trumps the cultural and churchian indoctrination that has demonized men and angelicized women for decades.

My writing goal is to have a rough draft by the end of the fall.

We may or may not post sections on my blog for critique. We will see.

I will continue blogging in the meantime.

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11 Responses to Writing plans

  1. I offer copyediting services if you wish.

  2. donalgraeme says:

    Sounds like a good idea. I’ve been doing this in small bits face-to-face, but an overall composition is definitely needed. One of my long term goals has to do this, aided by the writings of the Church Fathers and saints.

  3. @ Moose

    Will definitely run some things by you then.

  4. Jonadab-the-Rechabite says:

    I’m here to help. A hermeneutic that is Biblically red-pill is needed to oppose the women worship and dualism that plague the church.

  5. Daniel says:

    That’s great. I read the original and it’s pretty good. Couple of things to consider:

    You might take exception with the idea of joint decision making (with husband as final authority.) The husband is the head and makes the decisions, including delegating responsibility. The pilot and copilot analogy implies that they take turns flying the plane. That’s not exactly right.

    God commanded Adam alone, before Eve was created. “But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou [singular] shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.” Eve misconstrued it when she says to the serpent “God hath said, Ye [plural] shall not eat…”
    But God reiterates to Adam “Hast thou eaten of the tree, whereof I commanded thee [singular] that thou shouldest not eat?” Eve obeyed the serpent rather than her husband. God brought her unto the man to be his helper, but she was deceived when she decided to trust her own judgement.

  6. @ Daniel

    We’re definitely removing the MMSL references.

    And yeah, God commanded Adam alone bolsters the headship prior to the fall argument.

  7. @ Donal

    No better time to start than now!

  8. @ Jonadab

    Excellent. Will run stuff by you as well.

  9. theasdgamer says:

    Men are abrasive…”As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.”

  10. dvdivx says:

    I think it should cover headship of the family and church. The church now is suffering from estrogen poisoning. Courtship and marital roles covered as well. Very good idea on your part and look forward to it. It really is needed and needs someone of faith to write it.

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