Recovering biblical masculinity in a world of softness.
Interview: Lori Alexander with The Transformed Wife
In this episode, I talk with Lori Alexander from The Transformed Wife. Lori has active Twitter and Facebook accounts and gets a serious amount of hate for promoting patriarchy, wives loving their husbands and serving in their homes, and pointing out the lie that is feminism.
The Transformed Wife
Interview: Bnonn Tennant from IGTBAM
In this episode, I talk with Bnonn Tennant from It’s Good to Be a Man about the book he and Michael Foster are writing for Canon Press, as well as White Knights, Nice Guys, and the problem with giving ground and playing with kid gloves when it comes to false teachers and false narratives.
The Psychology of White Knights
Influential Women and White Knights
Bnonn on Gab
How Men Can Pursue Belonging
In this episode, I talk with Scott Tungay about the nature of belonging, and why so many men are longing for, well, belonging. We live in a world that’s transient, disconnected, and constantly uprooted. We never stay in one place or one job for very long, and we seldom know the people in our community very well. Scott breaks down three vital ways we can create and cultivate belonging in local places despite the obstacles.
Scott’s Twitter feed.
His article on belonging.
Why Pietism is Destroying America
In this episode, I talk with P. Andrew Sandlin about why Pietism is destroying American culture, where it came from, and why it has made the church susceptible to Critical Race Theory. We talk about why being gospel centered isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, why evangelical leaders went woke, and why we need the law of God in every realm of life. We also talk about how John Piper’s pietism led to his misplaced open letter about Donald Trump, why Ray Ortlund’s glee at cultural decay is cringe worthy, and what can be done to clean up our current cultural mess.
The Political Pietism of John Piper, by Andrew Sandlin
Center for Cultural Leadership
Why Bold Churches are Growing in the Shamdemic
In this episode, I’m joined by pastor Andy Parker of The Ridge Covenant Church in Michigan. As Andy has witnessed firsthand, the net effect of the Great Shamdemic of 2020 hasn’t been all bad. In fact, for those willing to be courageous, it’s been a year of tremendous growth for the church. Andy talks about how his church has grown, why men are growing more bold, and what’s going on with so many squishy evangelicals with big platforms.
We talk more about Governor Whitler’s Michigan, why now is the time to stand tall and push back, and how you can keep a tender heart while maintaining a spine of steel.
The Ridge Covenant Church.
The Ridge YouTube Channel.
Pastor Andy Parker on Instagram.
Interview: Rory Groves from Durable Trades
In this episode, I interview Rory Groves, author of the book, Durable Trades: Family Centered Economies that have Stood the Test of Time.
We’ll talk about what got Rory doing research for the book, what authors influenced him, and why fiat currency in an inflationary debt-based economy is destroying America. We’ll discuss his family’s farm, how the Industrial Revolution impacted families, and what life within a durable household economy is actually like.
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We need more men
A GREAT podcast to remind Christian men what they are called to in their masculinity. Both Body and Soul, the whole human man, is in scope in this podcast. Great reminders and encouragements for a young man wanting to be a Godly strong man. Please listen!!!
A great podcast that will stiffen the spines of real men and that will offend the pietism loved by so many snowflakes.