Monthly Archives: October 2020

To Whom Are Christians Accountable for Our Votes?

To whom are we Christians, as American citizens, accountable regarding our votes this and every November? I raise the question because I’ve seen all sorts of contentions on the subject as November approaches. The legacy media is still desperately scrambling … Continue reading

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St. George and the Art of Dragonslaying

About a year ago, I wrote about a very bad children’s book, The Sunflower Sword. It was a remarkably anti-masculine story, written to take little boys’ natural desire to pick up pretend swords & battle pretend dragons and neuter it … Continue reading

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Judges, Submit to Your Husbands?

I checked yesterday¬†to see whether “wives submit to your husbands” was still the most hated Bible verse in America. It is. The feedback was mostly like vampires reacting to a cross. I write on some pretty controversial topics on a … Continue reading

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It’s Time For Americans to Get Over Their Phobia of Feminine Submission

Consider what feminine equality has offered to American couples: series of empty and short relationships comprised of hookups; marriages typified by divorce over even trivial conflicts; a war between the sexes which is becoming more savage and hurtful all the … Continue reading

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