Author Archives: Dalrock

Carrying on like teenagers.

Scott shares a tip on diffusing spousal friction in:  When in doubt, grab her by her waist, put her on the kitchen counter and kiss her neck. Added to the fun was the fact that my daughter, who loves this … Continue reading

Posted in Beautiful truth, Game, Marriage, Romantic Love | 9 Comments

I think he has earned a puppy party.

In Why Man and Woman Are Not Equal Glenn Stanton writes: The New York Times’s Gail Collins told NPR unequivocally that the most important primary finding of her brilliant book America’s Women (which faithfully sits to the left behind Leslie … Continue reading

Posted in Focus on the Family, Glenn Stanton, Manosphere Humor, Moxie, You can't make this stuff up | 108 Comments

Something in common.

7 For a man ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God, but woman is the glory of man. 8 For man was not made from woman, but woman from man. 9 Neither … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Focus on the Family, Glenn Stanton, Not Listening, Rebellion, The Real Feminists, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists, Wife worship | 49 Comments

The roots of modern Christian wife worship.

In the discussion of Women as responders, commenter Neguy pointed out that the idea that women are naturally good (so long as their husband is loving) goes much further back than 1972: I think you’ll find that the core of … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Christian Films, Disrespecting Respectability, Kendrick Brothers, Rebellion, Theological Crossdressing, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye, Wake-up call, Wife worship | 107 Comments

The rational response to high divorce rates.

Note:  Most of the data presented in this post is from family profiles produced by the National Center for Family and Marriage Research (NCFMR) at Bowling Green State University (BGSU).  For brevity when referencing a family profile from the NCFMR … Continue reading

Posted in Data, Disrespecting Respectability, Divorce, Marriage, NCFMR | 173 Comments