“Biblical” Masculinity and Femininity? (Allberry)

It's gotten to the point that I'm hesitant to use the terms biblical masculinity or biblical femininity. Too often people have cultural, victorian, or classical views of masculinity or femininity that don't exactly correspond with Scripture. To be sure, there are not two versions of Christianity, one for men and one for women. Men and… Continue reading “Biblical” Masculinity and Femininity? (Allberry)

Masculinity and Family Values: The Cure to Society’s Ills?

I’m very skeptical about “Christian” patriarchy and the Family Integrated Church movement for biblical and (Reformed) theological reasons.  I’m also skeptical of these things for social (or sociological) reasons. I agree with many of the points made by the authors of Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in American Life.  Here’s an excerpt from… Continue reading Masculinity and Family Values: The Cure to Society’s Ills?

For Christian Men

  When I first saw Richard Phillips' The Masculine Mandate, I confess I was a bit skeptical because I've read some books on this topic that I couldn't even finish.  However, after reading it, I have to say it is the best book I've read on this topic.  It is gospel centered, biblical, pastoral, and churchly;… Continue reading For Christian Men