Author Archives: Deep Strength

The over-spiritualization of dating

I’ve mainly seen this from Evangelicals, although some from others as well. Christian men and women generally want to know or believe that: God “hand picked” their spouse for them You need confirmation from God before dating your spouse Let’s … Continue reading

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Song of Songs alternative explanation

A year or so ago, I ran across a different interpretation of Song of Songs from a friend that seems to make the most sense given context of the passage. Forgot about making a post on it, but recently this … Continue reading

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Christianity, chivalry, feminism, game, complementarianism, and egalitarianism

I want to take a deeper look into the Dalrock’s chart from the underlying assumptions of each of these and add in more analysis. Let’s examine all of these in order. Christianity’s biblical marital roles and responsibilities are based on … Continue reading

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Don’t lose sight of the mission

A recent reddit post proves fairly instructive: So I have been helping a friend grow his business for the past three years. His wife and my wife are both kind of loners so I introduced them to each other. They’ve … Continue reading

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Wedding indicators galore

Usually if you look at pictures of the groom and bride, you can tell who wears the pants in the relationship/marriage. Who is leaning into who is a decent indicator, but also how happy the groom and bride are respectively … Continue reading

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Red pills and blue pills

Dalrock did an excellent job explaining why some Christians associate with the red pill and blue pill distinction that the manosphere uses. For posterity, I think it is useful to understand Christianity in the context of what the “red pill” … Continue reading

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Headship in concept and practice

I’m not sure if I have had a post before on this, but I’ve talked about it before. Headship in concept As we’ve discussed before, the structure of authority in the Bible for husbands and wives is modeled off Christ … Continue reading

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The least masculine society…

I’m sure everyone has seen Babylon Bee’s Least Masculine Society In Human History Decides Masculinity Is A Growing Threat: U.S.—As society becomes increasingly dominated by nerds, hipsters, and computer programmers, people have fixated on what they think is our biggest … Continue reading

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Rank your Patriarchy level

One of the things I’ve been mulling over for a while now are ‘level’ of controversial statements about women in the New Testament in contrast to today’s culture. Dalrock’s what is the blue pill and Cane’s for the love of … Continue reading

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Personality traits, attitudes and divorce

Haven’t posted more vetting stuff in a while, but here are some additional things you can look for. Psyblog covers some of combination of Big 5 traits associated with increased risk of cheaters. I recently had a post on the … Continue reading

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