Category Archives: Godly mindset & lifestyle

Discussing sexual past history with women Part 2

The previous post on Discussing sexual past history with women was about how to talk about past sexual sin. This one is on things to look for when a woman confesses her past to you. The commenter writes: I’m also wondering, … Continue reading

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Discussing sexual past history with women

A reader writes in with some questions. Recently started going to a new Church which seems promising… Anyway, in one of your posts you talk about vetting a wife and how you would expect her to confess her sexual history. … Continue reading

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5 years later: marriage rates and spinsterhood projections

About 5 years ago I posted on Marriage rates and end game spinster predictions. In that article I estimated approximately: 9-14% “unwanted spinsterhood” — about 1 in 10 women 19-24% “unwanted cohabitation and unwanted spinsterhood” — about 2 in 10 women … Continue reading

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Men supposedly dropping from the labor force because of social status

This article was a head scratcher. But part of the population has been silently walking away from work for several decades—well before the COVID-19 pandemic began. Men without four-year college degrees, between the ages of 25 and 54, have left … Continue reading

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The “jezebel spirit”

One of my readers sent me a article on the jezebel spirit in today’s women. • She is very manipulative • Hates men of God especially if they’re faithfully doing the work of God • She joins weak churches and … Continue reading

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The rising popularity of women supposedly understanding men

Info posted this vid in the comments on Jack’s post. Interestingly, I was in the middle of writing something on this.   The video basically mentions several women making in-roads into the “manosphere” by basically parroting “red pill” talking points. … Continue reading

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Morality and trends in sex

Wholly unsurprising analysis about the difference in morality of liberal versus conservative women. Obviously, the picture is from the link. I’m a bit confused on people who would call themselves conservative but not 100% say that adultery is wrong. I … Continue reading

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The general process of sanctification with moral discernment, moral agency, and mature theosis

Reviewing one my comments, I never really thought of it as the process of sanctification as grounding moral agency. This in part stems from the previous post as well on Husbands are to improve the moral agency of their wives … Continue reading

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Husbands are to improve the moral agency of their wives through sanctification

Jack’s distribution on Zippy’s moral agency reminded me of most of the Big 6 personality trait distributions, male-female IQ distributions, and others. This seems to me like a fairly good way to assess moral agency as it stands. Perhaps reading … Continue reading

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Cheap sex leads to decreasing marriage rates or not?

Back and forth articles on IFStudies. https://ifstudies.org/blog/new-research-on-cheap-sex-and-marriage-chances https://ifstudies.org/blog/sex-is-still-cheap-marriage-is-still-declining-a-response-to-wolfinger-and-perry- I found these articles silly in terms of trying to understand why marriage rates have dropped because of ‘cheap sex’ or not. In them, basically they’re arguing the back and forth whether … Continue reading

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