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 is frustrating!” quipped a female relative as she surveyed the Biblical book, Proverbs. It seemed unbalanced to her.
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.
In this Dating with Discernment excerpt, from my new book, I try to help men to appreciate women for their unique contributions to a relationship.
I recently spoke with a woman who was bemoaning how men and women do not equally share child care. I remember worrying about that when I was in my twenties.
The beautiful daughter mystified her parents with the announcement: she no longer identified as a girl. Against patient counsel, she took the hormonal and surgical steps to go to war with her body.
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.
Done with dating? Don’t know where to start? Wondering if your date is the one to marry? Bringing the Bible’s wisdom to bear on the dating scene, this book lays a foundation for a love that lasts.
When we dig into the Bible book, The Song of Songs, we find a lot of gender distinction in the urgings of the Shulammite Bride. In its pages she presents to us a vision of the ideal love, which can help us in our marriages. These practical principles of gender are very similar to those outlined by the Apostle Paul.
I had the great honor recently of co-preaching through one of the most confusing (and avoided) books of the Bible: The Song of Songs (aka, The Song of Solomon).