Tag Archives: Learning godly behavior

Modern Complementarianism weasels

Pretty busy week for posts. This is one of the more sad examples of probably well-intentioned complementarians arguing for headship but denying it’s power. A commenter named “Petrina” appears out of the blue on the chivalry is anti-Christian post with … Continue reading

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Double standards around sex: the purest example of the feminization of Christianity

From Reddit’s sub “Christian Marriage.” Women, please don’t deny your husbands — 0 upvotes, 50% upvoted Here’s the post: Sex for a husband is so essential. Please don’t undermine how important that is to a husband who desires his wife, … 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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