I love our brothers at CrossPolitic and I’m rooting for them whole-heartedly. That’s why, despite the certainty I’ll be accused of belaboring this issue, it’s worth pressing in on the reality that they have the opportunity to model the meekness of Christlike masculinity by admitting their mistake, but, so far, it hasn’t happened.
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True Christians must not cower in fear of unbelief. True colors are shown when the fruit is not. You can ridicule and curse people in a loving, Christ-like way.
A growing movement of Christians are proclaiming the virtues of once again embracing entrepreneurial work and taking it upon ourselves to build society and remove our people from pagan rule. Yet even as we extol this, it’s tempting to despise the small beginnings when comparing to the luxuries we’re accustomed to.
Our political hellscape is a direct result of Christian apathy and fear over fighting evil. A leader who wants to fight evil is dangerous to cowards. He might start a fight that they would be obligated to show up for.
It’s not often the “women-liberating,” “progressive christians” want to reframe a topic to move it AWAY from cultural norms , but when it comes to gender roles, they’ll invent terms like “Christo-centric gender” to sound oh-so-faithful. Yet, their new “Christo-centric” gender roles unsurprisingly still conform closer to the spirit of the age than the tried-and-true roles God designed.
If there was ever a time in recent history for men to start forming or joining packs (or militias for that matter), 2021 is that time. Our culture, and much of professed evangelicalism, is attempting to fell you — to overpower you, and to break you.
You may have heard rumors and chatter of a “Great Reset” coming. Well we’ll leave the speculation of national and global resets by the panicdemic opportunists for another day. What we can confirm is that TheMajestysMen.com is going to be undergoing a great reset of its own this year.
As Christians, we should have a sort of sorrow even when a High Priestess of Moloch dies. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an eternal human soul, has now met the one and only Supreme Judge. And, it’s a terrible thing for the wicked to fall into His holy hands. Yet, this should embolden our declaration of truth.
Now is the time for forming alliances with people who were already taking ridicule for saying we were at war years ago, not those who still need convinced a war is on and who the enemy is. Let’s join together for battle.
In 1798, John Adams understood what is going on in America today better than many of our so-called pastors do and he explained it more clearly and boldly. Maybe that’s why he helped create such a fine country. Don’t be ashamed of the U.S.A. Give it the Gospel.
The reason we know we are to pursue those we’re called to love lies in the reality of who God is and who we are as his covenant people. The reality of God’s divine love we experience should overflow into the daily love others experience from us.
We have a manhood crisis everywhere you look, and the church alone is capable of stepping up and truly helping form men into who they are made to be. Here are three simple suggestions for us as men, and our churches, to begin to regain biblical manhood and see more men with Godly character and conviction rise up.
Trevin Wax shares some wise words for everyone, but especially good for us as men to consider. We naturally feel an urge to stand as warriors (especially where it’s easy: online), fighting injustices and calling out wrongs, but as men of God, we should also be modeling the ability to recognize our limitations, practice wisdom, and care for others.
We all love the idea of superheroes. Yet, there is no such thing — especially in the Church. If you’re willing to admit it, you’ve likely tried to be one at times, and you’ve likely had times you wanted a superhero to take on roles and responsibilities, saving you from needing to do them. This isn’t the way we work in the church though. There’s a better way.
Because of the societal views (and sadly some “christian” views) on gender, Bible believing Christians need to be more precise in the way we speak about biblical manhood and womanhood. There’s two ways we can talk about gender to someone. The first is the most common way and quite negative; the second is a much better, more biblical, and positive way.
Yesterday the U.S. Senate Democrats voted down what should have been a slam-dunk easy passage of a bill meant to protect the lives of the most vulnerable. So with this video, let’s talk about the real reason the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act didn’t pass; the undeniable political nature of this; the fact that there’s seemingly no way a Christian can align with Democrats; and, how men need to step up to this issue.
If you want to grow in spiritual maturity, you need accountability. However, many of us need to refine the way we think about accountability—less grilling each other in zeal and more trustworthy brothers affirming each other in Christ for the glory of God.
Our natural hearts warp authority into something it actually isn’t. However, when we meditate on how Jesus came to us and gained his authority, we get both a deeply challenging and extremely encouraging glimpse of authority that’s undeniably applicable and helpful in our own lives.
We too often use social media as a platform for arguing and positioning. You can make even a correct statement or valuable opinion about something be an obnoxious sound bite on social media if you don’t converse with gentleness and grace. We are called to do better.
Ligon Duncan give us a Godly and wise social media strategy as well as an example of what responsible leadership in the public sphere looks like. With a quick thread of tweets he outlines 10 simple strategic commitments he has for his social media use that we’d all do well to emulate. In fact, it’s great advice even when not on social media.
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