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- Farewell (for now at least), and thank you.
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- Humorless scolds.
- Lancelot’s bowtie.
- Pictures of chivalry.
- You say Jesus, they think Lancelot.
- Confusing history with literature.
- Calculated Bravery
- Captain Capitalism
- Christianity and masculinity
- Donal Graeme
- Dr. Helen
- Fabius Maximus
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- Rational Male
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- The Social Pathologist
- Things that We have Heard and Known
- Throne and Altar
- Wintery Knight
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Category Archives: Stephen Arterburn
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
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
Complementarian soul essence.
Some readers of my recent series on the book Every Man’s Marriage may feel that I’ve unfairly lumped Stephen Arterburn and Fred Stoeker in with complementarians. After all, their book teaches that the wife is the master, and that the … Continue reading
The thought of holding hands with him made her sick, but fortunately he convinced her to marry him.
In Chapter 20 of Every Man’s Marriage, Stephen Arterburn explains that when he was dating his wife Sandy she found the idea of holding his hand revolting: When Sandy and I were dating, I attempted to hold her hand one night. She … Continue reading
Posted in Closeness, Every Man's Marriage, Game, Servant Leader, Stephen Arterburn 141 Comments
That the word of God be not blasphemed
As bad as Stephen Arterburn and Fred Stoeker come off in Every Man’s Marriage, I think Brenda Stoeker comes off the worst. None of this is intentional, as Stephen and Fred are supposed to come off bad for having not … Continue reading