Category Archives: Learning godly behavior

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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Being a Christian can be offensive

One of the interesting lines of thought that popped up in the comments of Why I don’t respect women is the use of language in the Scriptures versus in the current culture. Jenny also had a good take of the … Continue reading

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I want you versus I need you

This is a continuation of why I don’t respect women and love and respect. I think love and respect are difficult concepts for most men and women to put into practice because they seem like vague concepts to us. I … Continue reading

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Love and respect

One of the things I mentioned in yesterday’s post on Why I don’t respect women is the notion that is prevalent in men who find the manosphere: I just want a woman to love me for who I am. Often … Continue reading

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Why I don’t respect women

Aside from the sensationalist title, this is going to be an interesting post. When I first wrote on fear, respect, honor, and truth (phobeo and timao), I only hinted at this reality. However, I want to be exceedingly clear on … Continue reading

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Men who get it and men who don’t

The reason why most men think women are confusing or hard to get is all a matter of perspective. To get the right perspective, you have to look at your actions. Your actions matter because that is what a woman … Continue reading

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In the moment

This is one of the more difficult things that I have personally encountered, especially with social situations. As an INTJ, it’s very difficult to live “in the moment” as opposed to have multiple lines of thought running through your head at … Continue reading

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Ashamed

I’ve been busy which is why I haven’t been posting. However, this is an important topic to discuss. Donal’s post on Ashamed of the Faith today reminded me of it. I thought I wrote on this topic before. I just searched … Continue reading

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The Godliness of Jesus Part 8 (First disciples of Jesus)

Note: If you’ve read my post on Scripture and sex roles, you will know that this blog has now undergone some subtle direction changes. In regard to the “masculinity” of Jesus I wanted to change it specifically to the godliness … Continue reading

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