Category Archives: Mark Driscoll

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 | 293 Comments

Winning the lottery.

A new commenter grossly misunderstood the implication of the earnings chart in my post Progress: One counter point to consider: with married men making considerably more money than unmarried in the 45-54 group, even with the obvious disincentives to marry, … Continue reading

Posted in Fatherhood, Feminists, Mark Driscoll, Marriage, Miserliness, Patriarchal Dividend | 343 Comments

Fragging Christian Headship

Lord God, as well, I pray for those men who are here that are cowards.  They are silent passive impish worthless men.  They are making a mess of everything in their life.  And they are such sweet little boys that … Continue reading

Posted in Armchair Husbands, Attacking headship, Courageous, FamilyLife, Feminists, Fireproof, Mark Driscoll, Marriage, Rebellion, Submission, Whispers | 291 Comments

Brilliant advertising.

Viva La Manosphere highlighted a Barbarossaa post today with a new (to me) man up video featuring Pastor Mark Driscoll and Bill Bennett.  These guys are the all stars of the man up brigade, so it was impressive to see both of … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Bill Bennett, Courageous, Denial, Dennis Rainey, Domestic Violence, FamilyLife, Feminists, Mark Driscoll, Marriage, Rebellion, Satire, Sheila Gregoire, Submission | 200 Comments

Rethinking the marriage wage premium.

A number of commenters on my last post wanted more evidence that marriage as an institution motivates men to earn more. Commenter Drew asked: I think the jumps from correlations to narrative/causation is a little sloppy. For example, do the … Continue reading

Posted in Child Support, Mark Driscoll, Marriage, Patriarchal Dividend | 199 Comments