Monthly Archives: August 2013

Enter the White Knight

The problem with white-knights (especially in the church) is they often don’t realize they’re doing it.  So deeply has the feminist dogma penetrated, they think they’re on the side of both right and good. Recently, a blogger called “Bike Bubba”  … Continue reading

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Casting Call

Recently, over on Dalrock’s blog, submission of wives was being discussed.  Scott made this statement, speaking as an experienced mental health professional: “(2) her submission is voluntary,” Let me expand on this a little further. Again, based on my experiences … Continue reading

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Following The Money…

Currently, according to 2012 data, there are about 12,279,000 single parent households in the United States.  The vast majority of them are headed by women, as can be seen in the chart below: What we immediately notice is that single-family  … Continue reading

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Tingles and Social Taboos

Much has been said about the tingles being the driving force behind a female’s attraction to a man.  One of the serious questions for a married man is how to keep the tingles coming.  What is referred to as ‘the … Continue reading

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Who Has Authority Over Marriage?

God created three covenant entities: the family, the state and the church. The family is the first of the covenant entities and was created in Genesis 2:14.  The man, given authority to create a marriage (for this reason), separates himself … Continue reading

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Incentives and Disincentives to Marriage and Children

Marriage is the foundation of society.  This statement is self-evident truth, yet for all the issues related to feminism that are destroying the middle class institution of marriage, we observe a completely different dynamic among the poor.  Beginning with the … Continue reading

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Questioning Marriage 1.0

It is axiomatic that because women have the right to vote, the laws concerning marriage will not be changed for the better.  In fact, it’s probably a good bet that the laws will only get worse over time until the … Continue reading

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