Category Archives: Sir Lancelot

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 | 65 Comments

What is the blue pill?

Blogger Bnonn recently took a catty swipe at this blog and the larger Christian men’s sphere in a sixteen part tweet. 1/16 There are lots of folks calling themselves red pill Christians. This is no better than feminist Christians, or … Continue reading

Posted in Bnonn, Chivalry, Courtly Love, Cuckoldry, Dave and Ann Wilson, FamilyLife, Feminists, Game, Men's Sphere Lexicon, New Morality, Pastor Doug Wilson, Pastor Michael Foster, Romantic Love, Servant Leader, Sir Lancelot, Traditional Conservatives, Wife worship | 201 Comments

Chivalry was re-purposed by women, for women.

Reader ‘Reality’ Doug writes (emphasis mine): Dalrock, very educational. Your thesis may be no less irrefutable than Alex Jones’ certain theory, but your ‘evidence’ from the lips of a woman who earns a living as a college professor…you should know … Continue reading

Posted in Chivalry, Courtly Love, Denial, Feminist Territory Marking, Sir Lancelot, Sir Thomas Malory, Wife worship | 27 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 | 57 Comments

How Lancelot vanquished British Christianity.

In The Death of Christian Britain Callum Brown argues that contrary to the accepted narrative Christianity did not steadily decline in Britain as a result of urbanization and industrialization, but instead suddenly collapsed in the 1960s.  …women, rather than cities or social … Continue reading

Posted in C.S. Lewis, Callum Brown, Chivalry, Courtly Love, Sir Lancelot, The Death of Christian Britain, Wife worship | 95 Comments