What kind of idiots are declaring this as a righteous cause?"
People will sacrifice anything for a righteous cause. We are a great nation today because of such sacrifices laid upon the altar of freedom by our forefathers. However, the danger lies in the fact that every cause deemed by some as righteous could be deemed by others as atrocious or unrighteous. Real men today are facing a seemingly insurmountable problem of being… Well, real men. The very fabric of our being American is challenged daily. Attacks against our first and second amendment rights, by people who claim to know what’s best for all of us, and who dare us to defend our own property or stand up to bullying, or who claim that all of our virtues are antiquated, threaten us daily on some form of media.
"I believe there is a hunger in our nation among masculine men, to maintain their masculinity, and still love Jesus Christ, be Christian, and be accepted by others."
I have a son who’s 12. He wants to grow up to be a man. A real man. He also wants to be a real Christian. However, when he juxtaposes mainstream society’s ideas of Christianity and masculinity, it would seem that one has no place for the other. Thus, the conundrum. Not to mention that today’s society has drastically changed the definition of “masculinity” in general. The dictionary says it means “having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with men, especially strength and aggressiveness.” Aggressiveness??? Holy cow! It actually used the word “aggressiveness”. It also says “effeminate” is “having or showing characteristics regarded as typical of a woman; unmanly.” Unmanly… (I’m glad they used that word.) And since he wants to avoid being “unmanly” and wants to be “manly” and “Christian”, according to a lot of what I’ve read
Marine. Husband. Christian. Father. Pastor. A Real Man helping masculine men find their place in God’s Kingdom, without sacrificing masculinity to do it.