Category Archives: Rebellion

CBMW’s striking ambivalence for complementarianism

When I first pointed out the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood’s discomfort with headship and submission, a discomfort which goes back to their founding document, Sunshine Mary explained: Understand that when Christianity Today (the most influential publication in American … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Feminists, Finding a Spouse, Rebellion, Submission, Turning a blind eye | 420 Comments

She who must be obeyed.

One thing I have to admit about Pastor Driscoll is that he is an incredibly talented preacher.  Part of this is his unmatched charisma and a gift for teaching.  He also has a highly developed understanding of his audience, and he knows how … Continue reading

Posted in Attacking headship, Headship, Mark Driscoll, Marriage, Rebellion, Submission | 193 Comments

Turning a blind eye.

As I explained in my last post, there are powerful incentives for Christian men to turn a blind eye to the sins of women.  As we saw previously, Glenn Stanton of FotF explains that wives usurping headship is not a sin, but … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Envy, Focus on the Family, Glenn Stanton, Military, Rebellion, Turning a blind eye, Wake-up call | 399 Comments

Why we don’t need Sanger: Give the rebellious wife what she demands or the baby gets it!

Margaret Sanger is long gone, but her life’s work of fomenting feminist rebellion remains alive and well.  We don’t need Sanger, because we have (collectively) taken up the mantle of her and her pioneering colleagues.  Feminist rebellion is now a … Continue reading

Posted in Denial, Envy, Feminists, Frame, Margaret Sanger, Marriage, Rebellion, Rebuilding the mound, Traditional Conservatives, Ugly Feminists | 172 Comments

Slow your roll

A little over 400 comments into the discussion of Radio Silence and Dread, a blogger by the handle Prov Erbs asked: Please help Dalrock or anyone else! What does Christian dread look like in detail for a married couple of … Continue reading

Posted in Dread, Fatherhood, Frame, Game, Headship, Rebellion | 142 Comments