The Bible’s gender asymmetries are hard to miss. But maybe they are cultural necessities. Did God limit Israel’s priesthood to men because of cultural pressure?
In a review of the book, “Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian,” by Michelle Lee-Barnewall, we get some of that encouragement
In conversation with Enoch, young man at large, the college senior has seen many relationship crashes and misfires. The topic turned to gender…
John’s vision of Christmas in Ch. 12 of Revelation gives us how history unfolds, through the archetypes of gender.
Dating With Discernment, available where all fine subversive literature is sold, tells many stories. One of them, Connor & Violet’s wedding night, shows just how intimacy develops in a marriage.
One reason many miss the beauty of what the Bible teaches are unfaithful Christian men who lead, obscuring the goodness of masculinity.
Some husbands make big demands. Over time, this can become an abusive relationship. How does one distinguish mere immaturity from a lurking pattern of exploitation?
Tennyson’s lively retelling of one of the oldest Arthurian legends, Geraint & Enid, brilliantly portrays how early marriages typically go, and how they can grow.
This Dating-with-Discernment book excerpt advises women daters: you want a man in whom you can invest authority. I.e., you want a guy who is able to take charge for you. Those last 2 words are important.
President Biden has mismanaged the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. But his resolute failure to take responsibility for error stands out. Men in relationship doing this fail in masculinity.