This question of how to format comments comes up periodically, and it is difficult to respond to in the comments section because if you don’t escape the tags wordpress just continue
We are at over 750 comments in the discussion of Is marriage the cause of sexual immorality? and I assume that most readers (like myself), have not carefully read continue
It is all in the execution.
I see that Netflix has this movie available for streaming (in the US at least). continue
If so, Vox has you covered with a teaser and a link to LawDog’s new book:
The following is an excerpt from one of the many hilarious stories in LawDog’s second continue
There is a recurring argument in the comment threads which claims that some forms of extramarital sex are not prohibited. The argument is that fornication isn’t a biblical concept, continue
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough has been getting mocked for a series of tweets criticizing millennials:
Our smartphone culture impacts young men in the most profound way. It is often younger women continue
Following my original post on Dunkirk, I have now seen the movie (twice). I am pleased to report that not only was there no sobbing in the theater, but continue
On Wednesday Pastor John Piper published a response to a single mother named Anna who asked if she had a biblical obligation to marry.
My question for you is one that continue
Pastor Wilson has a response of sorts up to some of my recent posts.
In the meantime, my original 21 theses had apparently been responded to here, which I just now continue
My wife found a hilarious review of Dunkirk by a feminist named Mehera Bonner at Marie Claire: I Think ‘Dunkirk’ Was Mediocre at Best, and It’s Not Because I’m continue
When women first began attending the U.S. Naval Academy in 1976, many observers foolishly asked “What’s the point?” While progress at times may have seemed imperceptibly slow, the naysayers continue
Rollo reached out to me late last week to let me know his latest book The Rational Male – Positive Masculinity is now available. I picked up a copy continue
Cane Caldo coined a hilarious term in his comment on Submission with a twist, and denying rebellion.
A concubine is a committed slave who may not leave without her master’s command, continue
In response to my last post reader Gaius Marcius was kind enough to point out the C.S. Lewis quote on erotic necessity:
Lewis’s phrase ‘erotic necessity’ is not from That Hideous continue
As I mentioned in my previous post, Pastor Doug Wilson’s reply to critics of his 21 Theses on Submission in Marriage is titled:
And Now a Brief Word for the Wife continue
Pastor Doug Wilson is clearly a smart and learned man. At times I greatly appreciate his insight, as with his explanation of Luke 22:35–38. But at other times continue
Pastor Doug Wilson has a new post up titled 21 Theses on Submission in Marriage (HT Hmm). Taken individually, most of the theses are good, and parts of the continue
Reader getalonghome asks regarding women who punish with their presence:
“Yet the concept is so illogical and foreign to men’s thinking that few men will recognize it.” I don’t recognize it, continue
In my previous post I quoted Jezebel Managing Editor Joanna Rothkopf. From her Bio at Bustle, she is a walking, breathing, men’s sphere cliché:
Joanna is a New York-based writer continue
The other day a woman mentioned her frustration with smartphones to my wife. The woman’s complaint was that her husband would play or read on his smartphone while she continue
Many thanks to all who joined in Monday to make the book bombing run a huge success.
At the link above Vox Day offers an excerpt from the book, titled:
FILE 8: continue
Larry Correia is calling for a book bomb for new Castalia House offering The Lawdog Files:
As a small town Texas cop he used to post these funny true life stories, continue
Jody Allard’s latest piece slamming her teenage sons has rightly gone viral. Vox Day describes it as a case for paternal custody, and Ed Driscoll at Instapundit darkly joked continue
The dominant religion of our age is feminism, and feminism means placing your faith in self esteem. More specifically, feminism means placing your faith in women’s self esteem. continue
Put on then, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience,
–Colossians 3:12, ESV
In part 1 I described the feminist life script of women delaying continue
Rollo Tommasi made me aware of a blog post by J. Lee Grady at charismamag.com that mentions both of our blogs. The article is Don’t Swallow the ‘Red Pill’. It continue
I plan on getting around to part two of Monday’s post later in the week. In the meantime, I see that Mandy Hale was busy on Twitter yesterday, with continue
For several decades now the feminist life script for women has been to delay marriage as long as possible to focus on education, career, travel, and sexual experience. Many have continue
Sharon Pope expresses a very common sentiment in Why I Hate the Label Mid-Life Crisis:
As women, we’re constantly evolving.
As spiritual beings, we’re waking up.
As seekers, we’re becoming more self-aware.
As mothers continue
Sharon Pope writes about the whispers at divorcedmoms.com My Marriage, My Affair And My Hard Learned Lessons:
Our souls are always whispering to us. The whispers of our lives tell us continue
Stephen Green (Vodkapundit) over at Instapundit has a new post up about a WSJ article: Who Pays on the First Date? No One Knows Anymore, and It’s Really Awkward. continue
In Straining out gnats I noted that the CBMW’s argument for reinterpreting 1 Tim 2:12 is so weak, even people who prefer their interpretation avoid trying to defend their argument. continue
I mentioned UNCOMMEN in Hair Shirts and Chest Thumping last week. One of their recent blog posts is Her Needs Above Yours, which claims that God orders husbands to continue
But I suffer not a woman to teach, nor to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.
–1 Tim 2:12, KJV
While researching for yesterday’s post I came across continue
Recently The Atlantic ran an article crowing about the feminist victory at the Southern Baptist Convention. Southern Baptists Embrace Gender-Inclusive Language in the Bible*:
Last fall, the publishing arm of continue
Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land that the LORD your God is giving you.
–Exodus 20:12, ESV continue
Conservative Christians are terrified. They are terrified of offending women, especially women in feminist rebellion. This creates a problem, because conservative Christians still want to condemn the outcome continue
Several commenters have noted that their pastor doesn’t give anti-father sermons on Father’s Day*. I don’t doubt this, as the church I attend doesn’t do this either. But continue
This is the fourth post in a series on the program Honor Your Father Today. If you want to read the first three posts, you can do so here:
Honor Your Father Today offers suggested social media posts to promote the campaign and honor fathers for Father’s Day. Here are the first 12 suggestions:
Now is the time… Honor continue
In A radical Father’s Day proposal I introduced Honor Your Father Today, a group that is proposing that Christians honor their fathers on Father’s Day. Yet even though they continue
Several weeks ago I outlined the way modern conservative Christian leaders avoid confronting feminism by pretending that something mysterious has happened to men. This is something that is easy continue
I thought I was done with Wonder Woman, but yesterday’s Wonder Woman Op Ed by Jessica Bennett at the NYT is too hilarious not to share. See the accompanying continue
My own divorce story is woven into many posts usually as part of my commentary at the end of each post. I have, however written a few posts specifically about continue
As I explained in A long term commitment to selling divorce, the media has been selling “gray divorce” as empowerment to boomer women for nearly a decade, using a highly continue
A recent MarketWatch article on “gray divorce” made me want to revisit the topic. Interestinly while the article itself doesn’t seem to have changed since it was first published continue
Red Pill Latecomer pointed out that I left out the special women only viewings Alamo Drafthouse is holding for Wonder Woman, and the feminist outrage when the double standard was continue
The LA Times has an article up describing how the cast of Wonder Woman downplayed the feminist aspect of the movie at a recent premier:
Despite the obvious girl power on continue
News.com.au posted an article last week about Spain’s insane laws on parental obligations, titled Country where unemployed 30-year-olds are suing their parents for financial support:
Under Spanish law, parents are required continue
Lesson 1: Your only job as a husband is to sacrifice yourself for her, not lead her. Don’t ever tell her what her role is or what to continue