Author Archives: Deep Strength

Jordan Peterson and Bishop Barron discuss Christianity and the modern world

Sorry for the lack of updates. Life has been a bit busy and will be for another few weeks at least. In the meantime, I found this to be a pretty interesting listen in terms of what Jordan Peterson has … Continue reading

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From around the web: Christianity matrilineal?, hypergamy still ticking, Shiela Gregroire spreading feminism, Aaron Renns’s analysis of Rational Male Religion, gender gaps in mental health

A case for evangelisim being matrilineal. This one was posted several months ago, but I never really went to analyze it. I do see some truth in the case being made though, although one can go back very far in … Continue reading

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Unpacking and tying together the meta-levels of Christianity, reality and the red pill into a hierarchical understanding: theological, scientific, and philosophical/cultural

This is not the first time someone has gone into detail about how we view reality, but it is the most recent. Jack’s post on A Mystical Approach to Meta Reality approaches the meta-levels of what we understand, although I think … Continue reading

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The fear of women leads to failure

One consistent thing I keep seeing at Sigma’s and in the comments here is that women have power over men. Let me be clear. Women have zero power over men. My wife has zero power over me. She can divorce … Continue reading

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Churches need to stop saying our culture is so sex saturated, and that it’s getting so bad we are in the end times

This is a big misconception that needs to go die. It makes it seem like our generation(s) are way worse than any others. I’ve had to bring this up several times in the past year in different contexts, the most … Continue reading

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Anticipating and influencing future behavior

I was thinking about Vetting is for identifying red flags from past behavior; future behavior needs Biblical solutions, and I think there is a need for more discussion on traits that predict a woman will not only stay a Christian … Continue reading

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Vetting is for identifying red flags from past behavior; future behavior needs Biblical solutions

Y’all giving me lots of material for posts from the comments section of the same post of my previous post on What makes a Christian marriage successful? Vetting There seems to be a very wrong impression about the value of … Continue reading

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What makes a Christian marriage successful?

Jack comments on Nova’s most recent post. Cameron listed three commonalities with successful marriages (even those that started in sin and without proper screening or planning).1-The marriage is open to (better if enthusiastic for) having children.2-The woman wants to be … Continue reading

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Optimism and pessimism in the current Christian marriage milieu

Scott makes a comment on Nova’s recent post on Sigma. Like Andy, who could not believe the things he was capable of while trying to escape to freedom, men today descend into a cesspool of fluid exchange and all other … Continue reading

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Time frames for body recomposition

Since some people are having issues with me stating that it’s not hard for someone to get into the top 10-20% of men, let’s actually go over some scenarios. My comment. This post looked at attraction to men’s musculature. Reliably, … Continue reading

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