Tag Archives: Men

Men: Stop Blaming Women for Your Lust

[Lusting after women and the male responsibility, from the archives.] Suppose an attractive member of your church walks in on a men’s Bible study one morning and strips off her clothes and then dances in a very sexual manner. Is she … Continue reading

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Staying Home While My Wife Goes Out Is Fine With Me

[A dialog based on too many conversations, and some turns I would have liked those conversations to have taken.] *** “What’d you do this weekend?” “I spent Saturday morning in the kitchen cutting up vegetables to roast.” “Aren’t you married?” … Continue reading

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The Need for Women to Complete Creation

[From the archives.] Back in college I had a particularly painful break-up. It wasn’t painful for her. She told me we were not going out any more and then she started dating another guy. Or she started dating the other guy and … Continue reading

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Men Who Put Down Women

     Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen. (Ephesians 4:29.)      A good man brings good … Continue reading

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Captain Janeway’s Tips for Handling the Mansplain

Captain Janeway has a way with mansplaining men. *** There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus. (Galatians 3:28.) ***

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Women are Needy, Fearful and Full of Feelings? Good Thing Men Are Around!

[From the archives.] There are a pair of blog posts over at Reformed Baptist Fellowship styled as catechisms, one for Christian wives and the other for Christian husbands. They aren’t really catechisms, but more lists of advice. There are glimmers of … Continue reading

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Discrimination – men, women, and crying in public

The Deflection of Discrimination A new media campaign is up: Mancrimination. While it claims to detail systematic ways women discriminate against men, the ads employ faulty logic, shallow emotionalism and ham-fisted rhetoric, like this one: The #dontmancriminate campaign is created … Continue reading

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Chivalry is Dead? It’s About Time

[I’m guest posting at Laura Droege’s blog today about chivalry, the Bible, cats and P.G. Wodehouse. Here’s the first bit.] *** I’ve taken it on the chin more than once when I’ve opined that chivalry is bunk. Some people respond … Continue reading

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The #1 Reason Every Woman Needs A Man

I’m not going to mince words here, because this needs to be said and I’m just the man to say it. And make no mistake – if you are a woman and you refuse to heed my words, you are … Continue reading

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Ladies vs. Women – a distinction, a difference, a dialog

Jane Austen Lives We just celebrated the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. I celebrated it, anyway, along with a bunch of other Jane Austen fans in a cyber-chat on January 28. There is something compelling about Austen’s … Continue reading

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