Category Archives: Albert Mohler

Frigidity and power.

With as much as has been written about the sex denial spreadsheet, one aspect I haven’t seen addressed is the issue of power and how the fear of losing power was a core motivating factor for the women involved.  This … Continue reading

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The wake-up call.

Even as wives are commanded to submit to the authority of their husbands, the husband is called to a far higher standard of Christ-like love and devotion toward the wife. – Dr. Albert Mohler, President of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary … Continue reading

Posted in Albert Mohler, Attacking headship, Book of Oprah, FamilyLife, Focus on the Family, Joel and Kathy Davisson, Lowering The Boom, Mark Driscoll, New Morality, Rebellion, Submission, Threatpoint, Wake-up call | 302 Comments

The new sexual morality: Will the bra open for you?

There is a moral frame embedded in the tingle detecting bra video which most viewers won’t notice because this frame is our new normal.  The three types of men thwarted by the bra are presented as bad not because they … Continue reading

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Lowering the boom.

Back in May Empathologism wrote about Joel and Kathy Davisson in his post Your wife had and affair, its your fault.  One of their catch phrases is “lowering the boom”.  They use this term to describe wives using the divorce meatgrinder to … Continue reading

Posted in Albert Mohler, Book of Oprah, Church Apathy About Divorce, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Fireproof, Joel and Kathy Davisson, Lowering The Boom, Satire, Threatpoint | 256 Comments

Connecting the pathological fear of husbands having power with the peter pan manboy syndrome.

In a recent series of posts The Social Pathologist relays his professional observations regarding the differences in the men and women he treats in his medical practice.  In Hypergamic Affirmative Action, he explains: In my experience, women today seem to have … Continue reading

Posted in Albert Mohler, Courageous, Domestic Violence, Sheila Gregoire | 251 Comments