Tag Archives: manhood

Learning to be non-androgynous men…

Most Christians—including, unfortunately, many complementarians—speak of men and women as though they are basically interchangeable in every way except with regard to specific formal offices in the church and home. We often act like humans have largely androgynous souls that … Continue reading

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Federal Husbands and Masculine Responsibility

I’ve been reading Federal Husband, by Doug Wilson. It has been, far and away, one of the best books on being a husband and father I’ve ever read. It’s challenging, insightful, and convicting. Here’s one of my favorite quotes: This … Continue reading

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Man of the House

In his seminal work, Man of the House, pastor C.R. Wiley explains what it takes to build and manage a sustainable and godly household. Here are just a couple of my favorite quotes. “One reason there is a crisis of … Continue reading

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Warning Signs for Fatherhood

I’ve been reading Federal Husband, by Doug Wilson. It has been, far and away, one of the best books on being a husband and father I’ve ever read. It’s challenging, insightful, and convicting. In his last chapter, on fatherhood, he … Continue reading

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Resources for Men (and women who want men to be men)

I’ve updated “A Call to Men”—a page with what I consider to be some vital resources for the pursuit of godly masculinity and manly excellence. If you do nothing else… here are the essential action steps that are well worth … Continue reading

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Open Range

An exposition on honor, character, manliness, and romance. One of my all-time favorite movies is Open Range, starring Kevin Costner and Robert Duvall. Full disclosure: this is a long movie, and, for the most part, a fairly slow movie. But … Continue reading

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