Category Archives: C.S. Lewis

No true Lancelot.

Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit very kindly linked* to my recent post Call me unchivalrous: THE RISE OF THE UNCHIVALROUS CHRISTIAN. “From the very beginning chivalry’s teaching on men and women was a parody of Christianity.” Glenn’s interest in the subject … Continue reading

Posted in C.S. Lewis, Chivalry, Denial, Instapundit, Sir Lancelot, Sir Thomas Malory | 94 Comments

The chivalric rules of love.

French poets, in the eleventh century, discovered or invented, or were the first to express, that romantic species of passion which English poets were still writing about in the nineteenth. They effected a change which has left no corner of … Continue reading

Posted in C.S. Lewis, Chivalry, Courtly Love, De Amore, Disrespecting Respectability, Every Man's Marriage, Fred Stoeker, Marriage, New Morality, Pastor Doug Wilson, Romantic Love, Serial Monogamy, Servant Leader, Stephen Arterburn, Wake-up call | 92 Comments

Hail to the V.

Reader Oscar wrote: I finally got around to watching the History Channel’s “Knightfall” fictional series about the final days of the Knights Templar, and imagine my surprise when one of the central plot points is that the Paris Temple Master … Continue reading

Posted in Albert Mohler, Attacking headship, C.S. Lewis, Chivalry, Courtly Love, Crossdressing Theology, Dave and Ann Wilson, Fred Stoeker, New Morality, Non burning bush, Pastor Doug Wilson, Pastor Tim Bayly, Romantic Love, Sir Lancelot, Stephen Arterburn, Submission, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye, Ugly Feminists, Uncategorized, Wife worship | 43 Comments

Feminism is the parasitic passenger chivalry longs for.

In my previous post I noted that it took me many years of blogging before I recognized that chivalry and not feminism is the primary corrupter of modern conservative Christianity.  This understanding is essential, because conservative Christians are laboring under … Continue reading

Posted in C.S. Lewis, Chivalry, Courtly Love, Dalrock’s Law of Feminism, Feminists, Sir Lancelot, Sir Thomas Malory, Traditional Conservatives, Ugly Feminists | 61 Comments

Defending chivalry’s honor.

Commenter J. J. Griffing disagrees with my use of the term chivalry: Just call it “Courtly Love,” already, @Dalrock. You seem to have no idea what ACTUAL “chivalry” consists of beyond that, but what you call “chivalry” repeatedly is to … Continue reading

Posted in C.S. Lewis, Chivalry, Courtly Love, Sir Lancelot, Sir Thomas Malory | 55 Comments