Category Archives: Godly mindset & lifestyle

Insecurity underlies the human condition and reveals our need for a Savior

I wanted to expand on Donal’s post Tissue Paper Walls. “Much of this insecurity comes from the gap in physical prowess between men and women. We men are much more capable of defending ourselves and imposing our will on our … Continue reading

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Thoughts on wisdom and omniscience

One thing I’ve been mulling over more recently is human behavior and statistical probability. I’ve written on vetting and statistics before, so this was going more deeply into it. Statistical models tell us the probability that any random person exhibiting … Continue reading

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The relationship issues that get in the way of following Christ

Still quite busy with RL work which is why I haven’t been posting much. Snapper has touched on a couple posts recently such as Belief versus Scripture. A while back, when I was going through the issues with my pastor, … Continue reading

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Insulated

Donal’s post on Sympathy and Understanding talks about how married men tend to be insulated once they marry. Which drives me to the subject of this post- men shouldn’t expect much in the way of understanding from those around them … Continue reading

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Most men are not afraid of commitment

I realized something when mulling over commitment. Most men are not afraid of commitment. The reality is that most men are afraid of a lack of commitment from women and the consequences thereof. It is pure projection from women. We … Continue reading

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Why men aren’t eager missionaries

Dalrock critiqued this Piper article from the perspective of women, but I’m going to do it from the perspective of men. It starts off with this question submitted to Piper: So it’s no surprise, we get a lot of questions … Continue reading

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Compilation of advice for men struggling in their marriage

This information is spread all across the web in various places. I thought it would be a good idea to compile a list here since this is one of the most often asked questions for men coming to these parts. … Continue reading

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Revisiting Matthew 5:27-28 on lust

There’s a lot of contextual background that goes into this verse. I’m going to try to explore all of it. Matthew 5:27 “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery’; 28 but I say to you … Continue reading

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Economics, human nature, and contentment

I suppose I could have called this post something along the lines of analysis of capitalism and socialism/communism along with human nature and contentment. Whatever. Socialism’s problems are much more readily obvious than capitalism. Usually summarized as something along the … Continue reading

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Complementarians believe that a wife can do no wrong

Still pretty busy, but still trying to get a post out or two. Hearkening back to complementarians are worse than egalitarians, a majority of Dalrock’s recent posts all harp on this theme: https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/11/25/the-roots-of-modern-christian-wife-worship/ https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/11/28/something-in-common/ https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/12/05/dr-russell-moore-wives-dont-sin-part-1/ https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/12/07/for-the-love-of-marital-strife/ https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/12/09/dr-russell-moore-wives-dont-sin-part-2/ https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2016/12/09/rubbing-body-parts-together/ The general … Continue reading

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