The Western church has gone feminist, rebelling against God’s design and embracing the unbelieving world’s teaching that women should take on the same roles and duties as men rather than focus on the home and children. Even Christian scholarship and Bible commentaries are dominated by feminist arguments.
What the church needs is to recover its masculine calling, where men embrace their God-given authority—and responsibility—in the home, church, and society. This book by Zachary Garris affirms the historic Christian teaching on men and women, critiques feminist scholarship, and urges complementarians to hold a more robust and consistent position. This is a call to return to the Bible’s teaching on men and women. This is a call to Masculine Christianity.
About The Author
Zachary Garris is an attorney, author, and teacher. He holds a Master of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson) and a Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School. He is licensed to preach in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), and he has taught high school and Sunday school courses on ancient history, early church history, medieval history, logic, Bible, systematic theology, covenant theology, apologetics, and worldview.
He has written for Chronicles Magazine, the Mises Institute, the Abbeville Institute, and Desiring God. His books include Masculine Christianity, Thinking Biblically About Education, and Dabney on Fire: A Theology of Parenting, Education, Feminism, and Government (editor). He writes at KnowingScripture.com, a Bible resource website, and he manages TeachDiligently.com, a Christian education website with resources for the home, school, and church.