Pseudo-Masculinity And The Qualities Of The Kingdom

Rather than being formed by the King of heaven, it can be tempting to soak up hours of the Joe Rogan podcast or to become imitators of Jordan Peterson. Rather than living out the ethical qualities of the kingdom (Matt. 5-7), some adopt a worldly view of power. Rather than striving side-by-side for the faith of the gospel (Phil. 1:27), some are merely staunch advocates of Second Amendment rights, big beards, and craft beers. While I’m not opposed to any of these things, they should not determine our prime identity. We need to ask ourselves if we are at risk of abandoning the ethics of an eternal kingdom for the ethics of a worldly pseudo-masculinity. Read More»
Wes Van Fleet | “The Christian’s Dual Citizenship: When the Ethics of Heaven and Earth Collide” | June 21, 2022


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  1. Amen! The creation of a Christian mansophere has been an overreaction to feminism. Many adopt similar cliches to that of the redpill/incel world and call it natural theology.

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