Category Archives: Beautiful truth

DC McAllister swarmed by ugly feminists, fired by The Federalist.

Update:  Moderation is now off. I’m late coming to this story and don’t have time to do a proper write up on this (I’ll be turning on moderation tonight). But see this story for an introduction and what looks like … Continue reading

Posted in Beautiful truth, DC McAllister, Federalist, Game, Social Justice Warriors, Ugly Feminists | 194 Comments

What if we acknowledged repentance and respected Christian men who married single mothers?

Commenter Bee proposed that Christians should encourage single mothers to adopt their children out at birth, instead of shaming Christian men for having a “vain expectation of marrying a childless virgin”: Mark Driscoll is another Christian Leader that has encouraged Christian … Continue reading

Posted in Beautiful truth, Disrespecting Respectability, Finding a Spouse | 250 Comments

A real life example of the power of a Christian wife.

Following up from my post two weeks ago on the power of Christian women, here is an example from commenter Carlotta.  Carlotta shared this story back in March of 2016: What about women with unbelieving spouses? I was one. I … Continue reading

Posted in Beautiful truth, Submission, The only real man in the room, Traditional Conservatives | 55 Comments

Giving thanks for fathers.

Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land that the LORD your God is giving you. –Exodus 20:12, ESV In Fathers, teach your sons Adam Piggott describes fond memories learning from his father, … Continue reading

Posted in Adam Piggott, Beautiful truth, Disrespecting Respectability, Envy, Fatherhood, Manliness, Ugly Feminists | 48 Comments

Re-humanizing men

I know this is old news, but the video by Moms for Kavanaugh/ stood out for doing something very uncommon in our culture. Prachi Gupta at Jezebel was beside herself at the thought of humanizing men in her post Well … Continue reading

Posted in #MeToo, Beautiful truth, Disrespecting Respectability, Father's Day, Ugly Feminists | 42 Comments