Category Archives: Learning godly behavior

The failure of chivalry in Biblical marriage, works and desire, and the failure of game

To tack on to Dalrock and Cane in the most recent post, here’s my general analysis. Chivalry, as virtuous as it may seem to some, is essentially pandering to women and/or your wife. 1 Cor 7:32 I would like you … Continue reading

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Marriage structures

This topic is very important, and I have put a lot of thought into this before writing this post. The main question that I am going to address in this post is: Is being ‘too controlling’ a sin for leadership … Continue reading

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A detailed timeline and how to guide on the process of finding a wife

This is going to be a monster post. Read at your leisure. Send it to other Christian men if you think it’s useful. edit: Updated 6/2016. What to look for in a prospective Christian wife In general, there have already … Continue reading

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Boundaries

This post was supposed to be released late 2014 but I’ve delayed it a bit. Hence, it may refer to posts from 7-8+ months ago. I was going to write a post on these 3 topics about 2 months ago, … Continue reading

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Scrupulosity, boundaries, and saying no

One of the commentors at Donal’s posted about Scrupulosity a while ago. Here’s the “definition” from wikipedia. Scrupulosity is a psychological disorder characterized by pathological guilt about moral or religious issues. It is personally distressing, objectively dysfunctional, and often accompanied … Continue reading

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Emotional engagement

Expressing negative emotions It’s funny cause we talk so much about the negative implications of feeling-based thinking that pervades the churchianity and society. However, we also don’t acknowledge God from an emotional level. Engaging God on an emotional level is … Continue reading

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Overcoming the Anger Phase

One reader wrote to me about some hardship with the anger phase. I’m going to go through the e-mail and address it. This should be helpful kick in the butt, hopefully, for many men not just the e-mailer. So I’ve … Continue reading

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Length of time prior to engagement and marriage

CHero asks in the comments: Soooo….how long should someone do the “boyfriend/girlfriend” thing before a decision to get engaged/be married be? My job’s alright and if I get my act together (and even while I’m still kind of a mess), … Continue reading

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Parents training children

I was reading through Ephesian 6 in the Greek today, and I came across some interesting Greek words. As you may know Colossians 3 is the only other place where Paul speaks about instructing children. Ephesians 6:1 Children, obey your … Continue reading

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Free will

Recently I came across an incident I knew how to respond to, but I couldn’t articulate it well in the moment. So that got me to thinking about the spiritual implications of such a matter. In Christian nice guys are … Continue reading

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