Raising Boys That Aren’t Metrosexual Pussies: #4 Teach That Boy to Confront Evil

Feminists – or lesbians – as I like to call them, would love nothing more than to take your son and eradicate his masculine uniqueness. They hate men, and therefore, they will hate your son. That is, of course, assuming that you, the parent, intend to raise your son to be a man instead of a rouged and lipsticked, male American Idol hopeful. Get it right, parental unit: in the coming days you will be facing female chauvinist pigs who have sick designs for your dear son in culture, in the classroom and in a lot of churches.

These whacked women actually believe that masculinity, the male composition, and a guy’s hormones cause boys to become wicked oppressors, sexually abusive and brutal beasts; and they have the inflated stats, the re-written history books and the hysterical spin to prove it.

These wizards (or I guess that would be witches if I’m going to use the black magic reference correctly) think they must help you with your little devil. They’re trying to get you to raise your son as a girl, totally blowing off the fact that he isn’t a fair lassie, insisting he should become like one because, women, and women alone, have the cure for our planet’s ills.

The female chauvinist pigs do not mind you having a niño as long as he is purposefully dwarfed into growing up to be a malleable male complete with man boobs and dependent upon mummy. However, their chauvinism will show its ugly mullet head once you wisely concede to let nature take its decisive course and turn that male kid into a conqueror.

For the parents who have determined they are going to rage against the chauvinistic vomit of the shemales, you’re going to need some help in the form of books to give you wisdom to buck the sinister system of the cynical sisters. Get my book, The Bulldog Attitude, to help you perfect the masculine spirit of your son. Get Harvey Mansfield’s book, Manliness, to get a clear understanding of what you, as a parent, are up against in raising a son in a society that seeks to raze him. Get Leon Podles’ book, The Church Impotent, to grasp why the Church has turned a paler shade of pink. And finally, grab a Bible to get God’s 411 on how to righteously rear your son.

The “irrelevant” Bible’s relevance for manly child rearing is particularly pertinent during this day of emasculation. The fem’s not only find men insufferable, but they’re also repulsed by the Bible because it puts the “go” in the male gonads. For instance, in the first three chapters of the book of Genesis, we see how the Designer designed His boy to be competent in the wild: a confident leader, who is to be a profitable park ranger over creation and a slayer of dragons. Having examined the first three musts for parents to instill in their sons in my last three columns, here’s volley number four: Born to Slay Dragons.

In Genesis chapter three, when our first parents got tossed out of the sweet haven of Eden’s crib, God said He was going to redeem this hamartialogical mess by raising up a Son who is to crush the serpent. Where God’s first man, Adam, blew it by not being the dragon slayer, His second man, the Last Adam, took care of business and turned the malevolent slithering one into a grease stain.

If you as a parent take your cue from Christ in raising your son, then your boy will grow up to be a mini-me slayer of serpents. He will not be a pacifist in the face of evil. He will not roll over and wet himself when confronted by crap. He will not play the wimp when faced with difficult situations.

Look, I know it’s hard for some of us to square Christ with slaying dragons – given all the androgynous, soft-focused paintings of Jesus that we’ve had jammed into our psyches for the last few centuries. However, if, if, you take the scripture straight (as I do my whiskey), the man of peace is painted as an eschatological warrior who has great joy in giving the devil hell. No matter how hard the softies try to make Christ out to be the benign, bearded lady raconteur, or a 19th century liberal, or a 21st century feminist, the exegetical fact remains: if you take the holy text in its entirety, He does not fit into the effete mold.

Therefore, mom and dad, have your boy get used to confronting nonsense – first and foremost in himself. Gear him up to be a fighter and defender of that which is just and good. Let him play, as one author said, with toy weapons instead of Barbies (if you can find any). He’s not going to turn into a terrorist. It’s not going to warp his wheel. Your son has to learn that he is growing up in difficult times that demand he be able to deal with “snakes.” Yes, your boy needs to learn not only to be nice, but also to be strong, sacrificial and courageous. You know, the very God-given and nature-expected stuff that the female chauvinist pigs are seeking to sift from him.

Read the series here:

Raising Boys That Aren’t Metrosexual Pussies: #1 Get Their Butt Outdoors

Raising Boys That Aren’t Metrosexual Pussies: #2 Train Your Boy to be a Leader

Raising Boys That Aren’t Metrosexual Pussies: #3 Teach Your Son To Make Life Better, Not Worse (Duh)

Raising Boys That Aren’t Metrosexual Pussies: #4 Teach That Boy to Confront Evil

Raising Boys That Aren’t Metrosexual Pussies: #5 Make Sure Your Son’s Not Estúpido


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About the author: Doug Giles

Doug Giles is the Big Dawg at ClashDaily.com and the Co-Owner of The Safari Cigar Company. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter. And check out his new book, Rise, Kill and Eat: A Theology of Hunting from Genesis to Revelation.

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  • Fred

    Words of wisdom are so needed in this present culture of metrosexuals. Good stuff.

    • Chris P

      Yes – far more important to create a fake problem than do anything about real ones.

      • Gundog

        Back to your bird watching an knitting Cupcake!

        • wallawalla

          Oh tragedy strikes. Bird watching? Please remember to tell every doctorate certified ornithologist that they are “cupcakes.” I’m sure they won’t care considering their pay roll is far superior to yours.

          • Gundog

            A..You have no idea regarding my pay. B. I couldn’t care less what a bunch of egghead birdwatchers earn. I’ve run across a few birdwatchers while hiking and they truly are cupcakes. LOL I was really referring to another column Doug wrote regarding boys and hunting and all Christ-ine could whine about hunters shooting songbirds. This clown is a true loon that verbally farts continually.

          • Ben Name

            That’s because your pay varies from day to day depending on how many people pass you and your sign at the corner.

          • wallawalla

            I have no idea regarding your pay, yes, that is true. However, with such a poor repertoire and laughable writing style, I really doubt that you received any education that was past high school.
            And as for your last sentence, you want to write it as “continuously farts verbally.”

          • Ben Name

            good job onion of the earth!

        • Chris P

          Ever going to anything but insult people?

        • Ben Name

          ha ha. Knitting Cupcake. What ever that means it is ridiculous.

  • John Kirkwood

    Beautiful! It’s why we love you, Big Dawg!

    • Gundog

      John…you need to get busy and write more columns. We miss your biting wit and righteous sarcasm. Besides it gives the candy azz trolls something to wet their thongs over.

      • Ben Name

        ’cause the gundog has gone limp.

  • AG Dot Com!

    Spot on, of course. Let the liberal troll gnashing-of-teeth and rending-of-garments commence. My money is on Chris P and Ben Name to chime in first…

    • Chris P

      So – again, you are not providing useful content but just want to marginalize dissenting voices. My money is on the guy with the childish cartoons to arrive next.

      • AG Dot Com!

        Why Chris, what have we told you about talking to your shoes. Do try to pay attention. Over here, lad. Eyes front. There’s a good boy.

        • Ben Name

          you should probably keep your mouth out of other people’s shoes. Probably shouldn’t put your feet in them either. You could get the AIDS.

          • AG Dot Com!

            As ever, Ben, you remain a special kind of stupid…

          • Ben Name

            at least I’m wittier than you are. Your cleverness is reserved for only those “special kinds” of fathers.

      • wallawalla


      • Ben Name

        I was taking care of him in another forum. He won’t be around anytime soon.

    • Ben Name

      you beat us to this nonsense! Where’d your…go?

  • Chris P

    Doug is doing a great job at projecting. There are very few lesbians that say anything like this and there is almost no way that they will have any influence on your children. Creating an imaginary problem where there is none.

    • Aaron

      I know better than to feed the trolls, but—-Dude, are you nuts? “no way that they will have any influence on your children?” Man, boys are literally being encouraged to play Barbies. You don’t see a problem with boys playing with dolls, watching gay Disney shows and siting in front of a TV game for hours on end? Look around society for a bit, will ya? Can you and I agree that children are like a blank slate and rely on influences on which to model part of their later behavior? Good. What influences face many your male kids now? Let me list a few, in case you don’t know. Miley Cyrus – Justin Beiber, rap music, hip hop culture, sexual identity confusion at every turn, homosexuality being posed as ‘normal’ everywhere, rampant pussification of military basic training. I could go on, but I don’t feel like wasting good letters on what I feel is a losing cause, in your case.

      Wake up dude. Do you have kids? Grandkids? Do you want them to grow up to be a Justin Bieber watching, Dora the Explorer watching sissy boy? No, you don’t, you want them to grow up to be able to take care of themselves.

      • Chris P

        The irony is that Doug says it is OK for girls to do boy things but not for boys to do girl things. Either way it is parents that control what their kids are fed. If the parents get drunk, use drugs, smoke, watch reality shows with bad language or outright gore – those are probably more problematic and far more likely to happen. Making out that lesbian influence is a big deal is pretty much nonsense. Religious brainwashing is far more of a problem. Parenting is what is important.

        • AG Dot Com!

          Do you have children, Chris?

          • Chris P

            Are you ever going to stop making personal attacks?

          • AG Dot Com!

            It was a question, Chris. You spew all sorts of generalities about raising children, parenting, and what children should or should not be exposed to. I am curious: do. you. have. children?

          • Chris P

            Are you going to stop making personal attacks?

          • AG Dot Com!

            Children are strictly off limits, Chris. I lit into someone yesterday for having the lack of class to go after somebody’s children.

            You should bear in mind that many people consider your remarks on “religious brainwashing” and Christianity to be exceedingly personal in nature, and unquestionably an attack on their personal beliefs.

            You have my stereotypical Hollywood cliche Mafia promise: “no women, no kids”.

          • Ben Name

            I didn’t go after your children I went after you.

            If only you had a brain to wash then Chris would try.

          • AG Dot Com!

            Nobody was talking to you, Ben. Thanks, though.

          • Ben Name

            No one was originally talking to you either but this blog seems to allow low class people like you to chime in.

          • Ben Name

            stop asking. Is he!! going to freeze over?

          • AG Dot Com!

            Just as soon as you do, ol’ son… just as soon as you do.

          • Chris P

            Wherein he makes a personal snide remark.

          • AG Dot Com!

            “ol’ son” is a casual term of reference commonly used in conversation, Chris .. much the same as an Englishman would use “mate”…

          • Ben Name

            You should talk.

          • Ben Name

            Why? Do you want to “like” chris’s too?

          • AG Dot Com!

            You stay classy, Ben… stay classy….

          • Ben Name

            wow. I’m amazed at how your intellect is limited to the movies. I’ve seen abused dogs with more brains than you.

          • wallawalla

            Pah, stay classy? You’re the one screaming around whether or not people actually have secondary sex characteristics or not, get over yourself. Your a bigot and an idiot.

          • AG Dot Com!

            Sooooo… Huh? Wow. Way to stick up for the guy who thinks making pedophile jokes is cute. That makes you so righteous.

            Bye now.

          • wallawalla

            Someone who makes jokes> someone who is a bigot, ignorant, homophobe.

          • Ben Name

            Probably not. he’s an idiot. If you want him to go away just point out that he touches his…inappropriately. Truth is his creeptonite.

          • AG Dot Com!

            Ben, everybody goes at everyone “out here”, and a lot of stuff gets said by both sides – but you .. you’re the only poster I have seen on these boards that is such a glorious POS that you think it is ok to accuse another poster of molesting their own children and make vile comments about their spouses. You are beneath contempt.

          • Ben Name

            Truth hurts you, ehh?

          • AG Dot Com!

            You’ve posted a whole lot of responses, the majority of which involve attacking my relationship with my daughter and wife. All this does is demonstrate just how fetid and amoral the “brain” of a liberal troll is. I am sure you will continue to stalk me and make rude comments about my family in perpetuity, so I’ll just get this out of the way now:

            You’re boring, Ben. Go away.

          • Ben Name

            ha ha. You are lying. only one had a vague reference to your daughter and none to your wife. Get a grip and be the good christian your boast that you are.

          • AG Dot Com!

            Multiple references to my daughter. At least one direct, several obliquely. One direct reference to my wife. You should be grateful I am a good Christian.

            Ever seen “Boondock Saints”, Ben?

          • Ben Name

            ha ha ha. You are a good Christian. Stop making claims about what you can’t live up to.

            Oh, my, are you going to attack your father? Or have an incestuous relationship with your brother? Which part of the Boondock Saints are you referring to? There’s like 120 minutes of movie there.

          • Gundog

            God I hope not. You need a set of gonads to produce children. Chris-tine is a whiny little bird watching dunce that’s afraid of his own shadow.

          • Ben Name

            ahh, AG this guy upped the ante on you. Chris-tine. Get your guns out. It’s the O-kee do-kee corral again.

          • wallawalla

            Ah yes, Gundog. Asking whether or not a person has a viable pair of sex organs. That will definitely make your argument more valid. You might want to try a different one.

          • Ben Name

            Don’t you mean “chrissy”?

      • AG Dot Com!

        Aaron, Chris is our resident bitter English troll. He is angry at something, and consequently has decided that all of society is “bollox”, and he has all the answers to Life, the Universe, and Everything (the answer is 42, incidentally). He is a staunch Global Warmer, Moral Relativist, Socialists-but-not-really-I’d-prefer-no-deathcamps-please, and all around unManly man with soft hands and a beef with God.

        • Ben Name

          and you’re a pacifist. That’s laughable.

          • AG Dot Com!

            Awwwwww no upvote for the “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” reference, Ben? What happened, lose your towel?

          • Ben Name

            Nice to know your best answers come from fiction.

            downvote for continued idiocracy.

          • Ben Name

            lose my towel. You hoping for a peek to get your turned on for your little…..

      • Ben Name

        yum yum. Troll hungry…

        Gay men bad. Hetro men good. Must preserve status quo. Must preserve status quo. TV bad, boxed lunch good. Troll hungry.

        Parents bad. Beiber being watched too much. Parents bad.

        Dora Mexican Bad. No Mexican. No girl. No Canada. Canada Bad. Troll hungry!

    • fedup

      Chris, I tend to think that Doug was just reminding us that we as Christians are to be the salt of the earth. This webpage is a voice in the wilderness for today. We have a society that is unsympathetic to a Christian perspective. Christians are to be rubbed into culture, penetrating every aspect of life. A society exposed to the elements of evil in this world will soon decay.

      • Chris P

        Unfortunately Christians do not behave in a manner that resembles anything like what I took to be Jesus’ teachings. The participants in Doug’s ramblings are quite happy to write character assassinations, make personal criticisms and use depraved language at every other turn. No love for what they claim are their God’s creations.

        • fedup

          more of that kind of sober honesty in the church would be very healthy. Thank you, but not all belivers behave in that manner. you made your point though. peace.

          • Ben Name

            Chris must be the booze-less of the earth.

        • NWO4LIFE

          Did you when you were supposedly a Christian?

          • Chris P

            I saw more but the more I saw of Christianity the more I saw what was happening in reality.

        • Ben Name

          Amen brother!

      • wallawalla

        Fedup, I think you completely detracted from Chris P’s statement, and you should probably make an attempt to make a constructive argument based off of his comment. He actually said nothing about Christianity, but your “feminazi” blind-rage obviously is an impediment to your critical reading skills.

        • fedup

          Your critical reading skills may need to be addressed, but why would I argue with someone known as wallawalla ? a wallawalla is what the chinese use as a ferry to cross the harbor. The europeans passengers coined the word wallawalla for the ferry because it made a lot of NOISE.

          • Ben Name

            Wallawalla is the onion of the earth not the ferry of the earth.

          • wallawalla

            Now look what you did there! This is a perfect example everyone who has difficulty when actually debating or making a point. For the second time, Fedup has detracted from the original argument and fail to acknowledge the fact that you detracted in your previous comment. It’s amazing. Like National Geographic or something

      • Ben Name

        and if you’re not a Christian you are the pepper of the earth.

    • Ben Name

      Projecting what? his weiner?

      • Sharpshooter

        Bennyboy, AKA Pookie; There you go with that man thing again. You are typing with one hand, aren’t you?

        • Ben Name

          ah ha. Six posts in a row. At least you understand repetition.

          • Sharpshooter

            Pookie, it takes at least that many before your comprehension kicks in!

        • Dave the Retired Marine MSgt

          Sharpshooter, Ben can’t stand to be ignored. You know what to do.

    • Mark Robn

      Chris P — There are very few lesbians that say anything like this and there is almost no way that they will have any influence on your children.

      — This is not true. I have heard lesbians say these things, and furthermore, I have had a feminist try to have me arrested for punishing my 3 year old daughter for eating used chewing gum off the floor of a department store (I scolded her).

      In short: your statement is full of __ it.

      • Chris P

        Why is a 3 year old eating gum in the first place.

        There are VERY few lesbians.

        • Mark Robn

          I know you can’t read, but let me restate it for you — slowly,now, so you can understand this:

          * for eating used chewing gum off the floor of a department store

          You need to imagine this, if you have the capacity to do so. Children are very fast, we were in the department store and she saw the gum on the floor, so she thinks “Gum!” picks it up and sticks it in her mouth. I take the gum out of her mouth and scold her for picking up the gum.

          * I don’t know what the fact that there are very few lesbians has to do with anything I said, above. I told you the facts of the case, your responses are incoherent and irrelevant.

          The point is: some feminist nut, about 55 years old, haggardly and unkempt, got in my face and said I had no right to punish my kid. I told her it was none of her business: she replied, “it’s the state’s business”.

          You must not have kids, Chris P, so you don’t seem to understand any of this. People with kids will understand this all too well.

          • Chris P

            I taught my kids not to eat gum at all.

          • Wes

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          • Mark Robn

            Chris P — I taught my kids not to eat gum at all.

            My response — hence, you understand why it is I didn’t want my kid to eat gum off the floor.

            But, once again, the issue is not whether kids eat gum or not – the issue is the feminist’s reaction to my scolding of my kid.

            Let’s stick to the issues, shall we?

          • Chris P

            Yes – let’s. How do you know she was a feminist?

          • Mark Robn

            Feminists are also progressives, socialists. In other words, women who are feminine by nature tend to NOT be political feminists. There is a difference.

            This woman had her “life partner” with her, during the 2 minute argument I had with her, I found out many things about her and her idealism.

            I mentioned only what was important to our conversation before, that is: she made the statement – “it’s the state’s business”, which of course, the state has no right to tell me how to raise my child, especially if no laws are being broken – which no laws were being broken.

            Hence, the government has no business in how we raise our kids — the line of thinking that says “the state raises the children” and “it takes a village”, those are progressive, feminist, socialistic points-of-view.

            You as a responsible adult, as a responsible and sensible and upstanding citizen, as a parent of kids – you should understand this.

            If you don’t agree, that means You are not willing to parent your kids – you want government to step in and raise your kids for you, so you can live selfishly.

            This is why Doug gets irritated, I think. Because men and women today don’t know what being a parent is all about, and these same “adults” are so selfish, they don’t really want to parent or raise the children they pro-created, because the THEORY of Relativity has attempted to usurp the Absolute Truth of Life, because no-one knows or cares what is Right and what is Wrong — because we have lost our culture, we will soon loose our country…

            unless some real parents get to the point where they realize that the lives of their children depend on whether or not the parents can find the Absolute Truth of Life.

            Then, the next question, from a responsible and sensible and honest person, should be: where is the Truth, that I may hold it in my hands and read it?

            … unless a person happens to be a Looney Liber-hole, in which case a reasonable and sensible person cannot even talk with a Liberal, because the Liberal has no basis or foundation of logic and the Liberal never will adhere to any rules of engagement concerning debate or argument.

            I think this is why Giles gets riled up.

          • Chris P

            For reasonable and sensible you mean right leaning paranoid conspiracy theorists. Clueless about global warming and still believe in magic Gods.

          • Mark Robn

            Chris P — For reasonable and sensible you mean right leaning paranoid conspiracy theorists. Clueless about global warming and still believe in magic Gods.

            My response — You see, ladies and gentlemen: you try to talk to these loony people, these “tolerant” people… but, sooner or later, they always show their true colors by putting words in your mouth and accusing you of saying something you never said.

            Whatever, Chris P — Let the State raise your wards… I love my children and I will show them the TRUTH of Life. I know all about history, the prevalent Theories — that are still merely THEORIES, by the way — and you teach your kids what it means to be a good socialistic, brain-washed citizen of the State, eh Komrade?

          • Chris P

            No – I taught them to be independent sceptical thinkers. There is no “state” and you have no clue what socialism is – you just use as a swear word to try to demean people.

          • Mark Robn

            PS — as far as “magic Gods” go, I can tell you are illiterate, because if you had read the King James English Bible, a man of your stunning wit and massive intellect would surely have seen what I have read in the pages of scripture.

            Oh, wait — I have an IQ of 135, a college degree, and I have studied scriptures and history 4 hours a day for 7 years straight.

            Oh well — I can’t expect an ignorant man to understand that which I have studied for myself, can I?

            Live in your little 16 oz. world, Chris P. Just remember: you asked for it, when you arrive at Hell. There are five surprises for those who end up in Hell, I will give you the first one for free:

            You will be surprised that it actually exists.

          • Chris P

            I read it and passed exams on it. There is no hell or heaven – it is fiction. Death will be just like a general anesthetic but you don’t wake up. Your brain will be dead and you would not be in any position to recognize anything like a surprise. You can see how it works in slow motion in Alzheimer’s sufferers. They cannot even recognize their own relatives as the brain dies off.

          • Mark Robn

            I read it and passed exams on it. — Oh, so you read the Bible? Oh, wonderful — well, obviously you saw where the Bible correctly identified stars in a constellation where the naked eye or even earth-bound telescopes could not see the data, huh? It was not until the Hubble telescope was launched, in 1990, that the Bible could be confirmed accurate. In fact, I am sure much was made of the errors as being “an inaccuracy”… until 1990 A.D.

            I know you don’t understand what I just said — let me make this plain for you.

            The Holy Bible accurately described the constellation with 100% accuracy, in English mind you, translated from the ancient manuscripts, OVER 1900 years — that’s 19 centuries now — BEFORE mankind could verify the scientific data within the scriptures.

            And you saw this evidence, this scientific data, the foretelling of the accurate star count of the constellation…

            and yet, you still think a man wrote the Bible, don’t you?

            I know you don’t understand what I said, but maybe someone out there a little smarter than you will understand the significance of that fact.

          • Chris P

            Yes and Ian Fleming’s James Bond books accurately place London too. Coincidences occur quite often. If only Hubble could have seen it then it was probably more than 6000 light years away and that would prove Genesis was wrong. Which is this magic constellation that everybody else missed?

          • Mark Robn

            I wasn’t talking about Genesis — didn’t you take classes and pass tests on the Bible? You said you did.

            See? you don’t understand, because you didn’t read the Bible, and you didn’t study the Bible, and you certainly can’t comprehend the Bible.

            The constellation was written about in the scriptures in 1760 BC — that’s Before Christ, or Before Common era (whatever).

            That means the Bible was accurate 3,200+ YEARS — that’s 32 centuries — BEFORE Galileo put on his first diaper!

            I am not going to tell you something you already should know — oh, you took a TEST, did you? Well, I can show anyone in the Bible the accuracy of the constellation, and I know where to find it and demonstrate what I have studied and read. It is very simple to show this, and I LOVE to put Atheists and Agnostics and Nay-sayers and wimpy little goofy simpy metrosexuals or any other Sodomite’s nose in the ground on this subject, because once it is demonstrated properly, in person, there is no argument against the data.

            That’s why I love the scriptures — God hid things in the Bible to reprove and rebuke those who pose as “intellectuals” and “the wise of this world”.

            Hey — you read the Bible, right? — Well, read it again. — You have to read the other 65 books to find out WHY Genesis is accurate.

            And just to give you something to do, I know of over 300 scientific facts in the Bible, that once they are revealed to honest men seeking truth, they cannot be refuted. It is really very simple to show this, in person.

            I guess you have some studying to do…

          • Chris P

            I study facts not fictional BS. It was written by humans from a composite of previous stories.

          • Mark Robn

            Oh, I see — so Jaques Cousteau went in the Calypso, in 1760 BC mind you, and got in his SCUBA (invented in 1943, 3600 YEARS – after! the fact) to dive down, to confirm what the Bible said 3600 years PRIOR to the invention of the SCUBA.

            I study facts, too, and the facts are these:

            The Mediterranean Sea is average 2 k / 1 mile in depth.
            The SCUBA fails at about 2% of that average depth.

            There is NO WAY – no chance – that a mere man in 1760 BC— with no submarine, with no SONAR, with no satellite, with no SCUBA — could have possibly known there were ocean geysers on the bottom of the sea floor.

            Yet this scientific fact was recorded — not in the 1900s AD…

            but it was recorded in 1760 BC.

            — and that is a proven, scientific FACT.

            I made nothing up — I just know how to read 4th grade English.

            and, if you had the ability to read plain English, you would have discovered the same facts in the Bible, as I have found and can still find, when you SUPPOSEDLY read the scriptures.

            Chris, you have been schooled, and you should now shut your stupidity before someone discovers you as a fool.

            But, don’t take my word for it. — Proverbs 17:28

          • Chris P

            No it is a misinterpretation to fit the facts. I notice you never cite the verse because you would open yourself to ridicule.

          • Mark Robn

            No, I don’t cite the verse on the internet for this reason:

            The internet is an open forum. Even if I make the strong case for what I said, even if I show the facts as they stand, word-for-word, even if I present my sources so that the audience may research it for themselves, the bottom line fact of the matter concerning the Internet is this:

            You can lead a jack-ass to water,

            but you can’t make him drink it.

            Now, in the real world, where real life is lived, and where the truth is the real state of affairs, I have presented this subject to about 7-8 people, best of my recollection.

            The presentation has always been in this manner (I don’t change one point of reference):

            1) I present the statement, whatever it is, and I wait until the person asks for the verse (which, after about 9 postings, you FINALLY figured out that I have yet to present the verse.)

            2) Then, when the verse is presented, questions come. Remember: this is in the real world, where I can demonstrate the facts in written form, and I can provide Internet references by writing them down. I can also present the scripture as it was meant to be presented: in written, printed, on-the-page form.

            3) Any questions that are asked, I can address them instantly.

            4) At the end of the conversation, one of two things happens, always — never fails:

            a) The subject is proven beyond a doubt, with no rebuttal possible and no follow-up required.


            b) The person does not agree with what I said, but he cannot answer the facts as they stand, so he attacks my character, my grammar, anything to get off the subject that he has just been educated about.


            On the internet, this process does not work, because people like you, Chris, do the following:

            ON THE INTERNET

            1. You are not forced to come to a conclusion to the matter that fits the situation. You may “ridicule” me to your heart’s content on postings. Nothing ever gets resolved, in the grand scheme of things, because the issue is not whether the Bible has scientific facts embedded within the text — for it does! —

            No, the real issue is your heart and soul, and your absolute intolerance of anything that pertains to the goodness of life or the real state of affairs.

            * You reject the Absolute Truth in favor of the Theory of Relativity — and as a fellow human being, I do understand why you would do that. I really do.

            2. Communication in postings is limited, so I cannot present the facts IN FULL, as they need to be presented, in order to fully and completely demonstrate the truth of the matters we are talking about. The physics don’t work here, like they do in real life.

            3. In real conversation, I can present the facts as they stand, in the order they happened, with simplicity and ease. If you have a question, I can immediately show you with the printed words and the written facts, quickly, how these things work.

            4. But because your heart is wicked against God, and because the true issue is your stance against God, no matter what I present on the Internet, here in this posting, you will ridicule it and mock it — since I already know this to be true, why should I go that route?

            Therefore, I have this to say, just like in Luke 16:

            Luk 16:22 And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham’s bosom: the rich man also died, and was buried;

            Luk 16:23 And in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments, and seeth Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom.

            The rich man begs for Abraham to warn his family of the reality of Hell:

            Luk 16:29 Abraham saith unto him, They have Moses and the prophets; let them hear them.

            Luk 16:30 And he said, Nay, father Abraham: but if one went unto them from the dead, they will repent.

            Luk 16:31 And he said unto him, If they hear not Moses and the prophets, neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead.


            THE BOTTOM LINE
            a) You said you read the Bible — go read it again.
            2 Timothy 2:15 — study it for yourself, it’s in there — I promise you.


            b) you already have everything you need to believe God — except you have a dead spirit. Your spirit must be born-again, and that means you will have to give God one ounce of trust, before you will begin to see anything concerning the spirit realm. — John 3:3

          • Chris P

            Cites needed.

          • Mark Robn

            Here is where you can find the information:

            Genesis 1:1 through Revelation 22:21

            * PS — Don’t feel bad: most people, even most Christians, even doctorates and scholars don’t know this information.

            The problem is — and I will say it again, so please pay attention (I know you have, but really understand what it is I am getting ready to say):

            The problem is that people cannot read / understand / comprehend words on a page.

            The problem is that they don’t consider all the facets of what the written word is actually saying.

            Interpretation has nothing to do with reading basic English — I don’t want to know what you (or anyone else) merely THINKS it means…

            I want to know what it actually says, as I find it, as I read it, as it is written.

            Do you see the difference?

            So, once again, here’s where you can find the data, here is the verse reference.

            Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21


            Now, back to the issues, because we have once again meandered away from them:

            1. You don’t like or agree with Giles — I like but only mostly agree with Giles — fair enough.

            2. Modern society hates men, hates how men act: let me define this term –

            Effeminate men, feminists, lesbians, homosexuals, and dirt bags do not understand genuine “masculinity”. Giles has a few mannerisms that I don’t fall directly in-line with, but his over-all point is that men are not being taught how to be a real man.

            This is because our feminized school systems, media, and society frowns upon the following characteristics of manhood:

            working with your best effort
            zeal for the truth
            genuine love and respect for women as human beings
            standing firm for what is right against that which is wrong
            intellectual conversation
            common sense
            robust sense of humor
            able to let small things go, no whining or gossiping

            Chris — really read that list. That and more is what being a real man is all about.

            Look at our society and our “young men”: they have female hair cuts because they want to be “anime”, they have no back bone or courage, they are silly, simpy, wimpy, wishy-washy, lame, blunt minded, block headed young adolescent late teen and twenty somethings.

            In comparison, many of our founding fathers were young by today’s standards, but they were many things on the list above. They were men.

            Anyone born 1920 and later doesn’t know what being a real man is all about. After World War 2, and a few years later maybe, the last of the real men this country had have died off (this is not without exception, but it is without distinction: of course, some real men do remain, but our current President is not one of them – he whines about color and Fox News for the problems and situations he has caused.)

            3. Homosexuality is wrong. Civil unions among homosexuals is wrong. Marriage is defined as the union of one man and one woman for the purposes of the institution of traditional marriage and correct family values in the eyes of God Almighty and mankind.

            Now, homosexual marriage may be legal — but that doesn’t mean it is right or that good comes from that law. Man’s law is broken, it is not always correct, and that’s why the founding fathers were smart enough to put the phrase “a more perfect union” into the Constitution.

            It is so that, if a law is passed that is not right, it can be corrected before it caused serious damage to the country.

            Cites needed? — Shouldn’t be. You have read the Bible – you have taken a test. You have claimed that you are smarter than me.

            But I know something you don’t know, and I know where to find it, and it’s written so simple that once it’s read, there are only two ways to react:

            a) mock and ridicule the messenger


            b) to receive and accept the bald-faced fact of the matter for what it is, and to consider what it means concerning the real state of affairs in life.

            * Some people are block heads. Perhaps, though, you are NOT a block-head: perhaps you will be different, an individual, a thinker, a renaissance man, a true pioneer in a world gone chaotic….

            I am not holding my breath, though.

          • Chris P

            Good thing I can speed read – still no cites.

          • Mark Robn

            Good thing you can speed read? — See, that’s the problem.
            (You still don’t understand. Perhaps this will help you with your “speed”. Ecclesiastes 9:11

            I gave you the place to look. You’re a big boy – you can read.
            2 Timothy 2:15

            As for the other issues — the issues of the article — the issues that you refuse to acknowledge:

            I accept your silence on the matters. I am finished.
            * If you feel the need to have the final word, you may post once more, to help you have self-validation. I am fine with that, but for me?

            John 19:22

          • Chris P

            Any time you’d like to write in proper English and not fictional nonsense Bible verses – let us know.

          • Mark Robn

            Ah — once again, I have predicted the future with accuracy.

            Attack the messenger instead of the message.

            Allow me to clarify 17th century classical English for you:

            The race is not always to the swiftest — your speed reading ability causes you to miss key information. Studying involves slowing down, taking the time to analyze the data and understand the details being presented.

            (Perhaps you don’t know how to study? Some people don’t. It’s not an insult: some just don’t have the talent or patience for it. I understand.)

            Concerning the issues: You may have the last word, I don’t mind.

            I notice you never attack the issues, you seem to only attack my “writings” or grammar.

            John 19:22 — Pilate said, I have written what I have written.

            So have I… in correct English, where that English style occurs.

            See you at the Throne! Hope you make it on your own merits. :+) M

          • Chris P

            Blah blah blah blah…….

          • Mark Robn

            Now that your true nature reveals itself, I will give you the verse:

            Written in 1760 BC — translated to English in AD 1611.

            Job 38:16
            Hast thou entered into the springs of the sea?
            or hast thou walked in the search of the depth?

            Definition of terms, according to the Dictionary:

            springs (noun, plural): a place where water or oil wells up from an underground source, or the basin or flow formed in such a way.

            geyser (noun): a spring of water that bursts or gushes forth

            to walk (verb): 1. move at a regular and fairly slow pace by lifting and setting down each foot in turn, never having both feet off the ground at once. 2. cause or enable (someone or something) to walk or move as though walking.

            the depth (of the sea): 1. the distance from the top or surface of something to its bottom., 2. a large body of water, as in a sea or ocean

            * Clear as a bell. Written originally in 1760 BC, translated to Greek circa AD 230, translated to Latin same time, distributed throughout Europe, Asia and North Aftrica for over 1,400 years, translated to German in the early 16th century, then translated into English (English we can still read, mind you) in 1611.

            * Even if I give you the latest translation date (1611), that’s still ! 250+ years before mankind would have the capacity to even begin to know there where geysers / sea springs on the BOTTOM of the seas or oceans.

            * I gave you the Mediterranean earlier for two reasons:
            1. 1760 BC Hebrew living in the Mesopotamia would be familiar with the Med.


            2. The Mediterranean is shallow compared to oceans, so I was trying to give your 1760 BC SCUBA diver a chance to swim to the bottom of it, in order to come back up and tell Elihu that there were sea springs in the depths of the sea, and he, the SCUBA diver, had walked on the depth of the sea.

            Plain as day — waste high, across the plate — thorough, accurate, detailed explanation of what the words actually say.

            OK — here comes the ridicule. Let’s have it.

          • Mark Robn

            Not sure if you got my last comment, here is a recap:

            I gave you the verse.

            Job 38:16 Hast thou entered into the springs of the sea? or hast thou walked in the search of the depth?

            I defined each term according to the dictionary.

            I gave you a very brief description of Bible history.

            * The verse again, in simpler terms:

            springs of the sea are sea springs, ocean geysers, underwater and underground gushing and pooling of warmer water that comes from the ground.

            In 1760 BC, no one had “walked” or “searched the depths” of the sea, or the oceans (obv.)

            In 125 AD same thing, in 240 AD same thing, for 1,500 years after = same thing.

            Even with latest English edition of the Bible that you can still read today, people would not be able to “search the depth of it” for a good 250+ years.

            Question: how did Elihu the shepherd know to write that verse, in 1760 BC? What possible benefit can that bit of data provide for a man who has no access to TV, public education, textbooks, SONAR, SCUBA, satellites, seismology equipment, radar, or even a paper airplane?

            Riddle me this, Batman: how in the world did Elihu receive that scientific data? Did he get in the Lotus position and “ohm” it out of himself?

            I would like to hear YOUR explanation of how he knew there were sea springs on the BOTTOM OF THE SEA!


          • Mark Robn

            So, I gave you the verse reference, and for three days you said nothing in response.

            That’s what I thought… when you are presented with the facts, you have nothing to say.

          • Chris P

            It’s a nursery rhyme. Not facts.

          • Mark Robn

            I gave you the actual verse reference, twice. — And that’s all you have to say.

            Now I know who the fool is here — me, for even giving you five seconds of fame.

          • Dave the Retired Marine MSgt

            Please, name the constellation of which you speak.

          • Mark Robn

            Chris P said — There is no hell or heaven – it is fiction.

            You just fizzle out when you die (paraphrase).

            Yep, your body does disintegrate, your brain does die.


            What about your essence, your soul? — Energy cannot be destroyed.

            Also, you will get an immortal body when you enter Heaven, for the judgment. You will go to Hell if you have no one to pay for your eternal sins that you committed against the Eternal God, and therefore you deserve the punishment of an Eternal Hell.

            It’s a trust issue: it’s kind of like me. I have been to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Egypt, Italy, Spain, France, etc.

            Most people in America have not been to these countries, so the only way they can trust their existence is with intellectual knowledge.

            Now, I have found much scientific data in the Bible to be (not only 100% accurate, but) 500+ years ahead of modern science. I have also studied astronomy and scientific method and I have discovered many fascinating scientific facts that demonstrate, beyond a doubt, that our universe fits the Scriptural Model almost to a T.

            So, here’s my point: if you don’t know what the data actually is that you are looking at, and if you can’t correctly interpret said data….
            and I don’t mean this as an insult…

            your ignorance is not my problem – it’s your problem.

            The truth is out there – you just have to find it.

            You may have skimmed the scriptures to pass some test somewhere —

            but you are ever learning, but never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.

          • Chris P

            There can be no such thing as a “soul”. There is no scientific data in the Bible – it is fiction and has nothing to do with the scientific method. I have been to many countries too and they have nice reasonable people who have no need for your magic man. I am far from ignorant – that is just you being yet another nasty name calling Christian trying to put down somebody who knows more about reality.

          • Mark Robn

            The Bible predicted the invention of the Prism.
            The Bible predicted the invention of SONAR.
            The Bible predicted the equator and orbits around the Sun.
            The Bible predicted magnetic recording.

            I know where each and every one of these facts are – and I know of more.

            Just because you didn’t find the data, that does not mean it is not there. It is very simple.

            To give you a contrast:

            I found in the Koran where Muslims believe the Sun orbits the Earth, but I found the refutation in the Bible.

            I found in the Book of Mormon where it says – of itself – that its own text is inaccurate. I found contrary evidence in the Holy Bible.

            Just because you don’t know where to look, or what it is that you’re looking at, that does not prove that the Bible does not have scientific data in it – for it actually does.

            Your ignorance of the facts is not my problem — it is your problem.

            As far as name-calling, the Bible demonstrates name-calling as a way of calling someone out on their error. You don’t like name-calling, and I get that, but then again, you called me names (without even knowing you did it).

            So, let’s leave the schoolyard accusations on the playground, and let’s get down to “brass tax” –

            Just because YOU are too stupid to find things in the Bible, that has no bearing on the data I can demonstrate to be so.

            Ps – Daily Clash is a conservative site, so why is a person like you signed up to receive emails from them?

            Answer — because Liberals thrive on controversy.

            I have stated my facts — you have failed to prove me wrong. If anyone approached me about what I know to be true, I could demonstrate on-the-spot that which I have stated.

            I am done with this subject. You don’t like Giles, and I don’t care what you think. Go to Hell, if you choose. I gave you the fair warning. — M

          • Chris P

            Wow – religion really has addled your brain. You have twisted fiction to fit things – just like people do with Nostradamus. The Bible does not predict magnetic recording. I don’t thrive on controversy – I just try to shed light on nonsense,

          • Dave the Retired Marine MSgt

            Mark, you wrote “I found in the Book of Mormon where it says – of itself – that its own text is inaccurate. I found contrary evidence in the Holy Bible”.

            So then, in the Book of Mormon it acknowledges that there are some inconsistencies in its facts, but in the Bible you found evidence that there are no inconsistencies in the Book of Mormon. That’s what you said, so it must be true. After all “it’s in the Book” therefore it must be true.

            Are you familiar with the term “Circular Logic”? Look it up, it’s used extensively in trying to justify or validate information that has no existence except in the book, or document, being questioned.

            Oh, by the way, we are still waiting for you to identify that “Constellation” predicted in the Bible.

            Are you one of those people who believe that automobiles were predicted in The Book of Revelation because it mentions Tyre?

          • Mark Robn

            PS — as for the Soul, look up the subjects of Aura and Spectral Analysis. Question: what is the Aura. (I know what science THINKS IT IS — but they don’t know what they are looking at…) — the Aura is indicative of the Soul.

          • Chris P

            No it is total nonsense. Good for sucking money from gullible people.

          • Mark Robn

            As for the subject of Doug Giles and the fact that you are intolerant of his opinions…

            Opinions vary. I don’t necessarily agree totally with what his church teaches, but in general, he has a good message.

            Metrosexual wimpy “christians” are not models of the Christ of the Bible, and John 2 and John 8 demonstrate what I just said to be entirely accurate.

            So, if you are a wimpy limp-wristed metrosexual Charismatic bible-illiterate blockhead, that is your problem. The lost world has no beef with me or Giles because, quite frankly, it seems the lost world knows more about being a real MAN than most feminized “christian” modern boys.

            If you are an Atheist, well 1st Corinthians 14:38 sums it up nicely…

          • Chris P

            He is far more intolerant and says so. I am an atheist and cannot believe grown adults still believe in this nonsense and engage in childish name calling. Act like a bunch of macho teenagers.

  • rjhollydog

    Not a fake problem. I had a co-worker buy his 3 year old nephew a barbie doll for Christmas, and then he tried to convince me that he was not trying to influence the kid, that he was not trying use his nephew to make a social point. And how about the foolishness that is going on in California with the “transgender” use of bathrooms and locker rooms? Some how we are made to believe that it is OK for a guy “who believes he is a girl in a boys body” to use the girls bathroom, and the girls just have to deal with it, how is this right?

    • jubilee

      OMGGGGGG… but hey, i thought it was WEIRD when all of the KEN DOLLS started to be in PINK BOXES
      back in the day, Barbie and Ken had a house that looked like a NORMAL HOUSE and not a PINK HOME..since real homes were NEVER PINK THROUGHOUT…Kens box had a PLAID LOOK..which is MASCULINE for a girl who wanted Barbie to have a boyfriend.
      My first Barbie and Ken came out, and were dressed as a BRIDE & GROOM–the 1959 pair.

      • Ben Name

        Ken wasn’t made for boys.

        • Sharpshooter

          Bennyboy, AKA Pookie, obviously you are!

          • Ben Name

            oh, bennyboy again. You are clever. I must remind you of one of your mother’s “tricks”.

          • Sharpshooter

            No, they were men! I’m sure you know what a man is, you’ve serviced enough of them!

    • Ben Name

      maybe that boy liked to fondle her just like the rest of the real Mehn.

      • Sharpshooter

        Bennyboy, or should I say Pookie; still enthralled with that men thing aren’t you? Is your membership in NAMBLA still current?

        • wallawalla

          Ah yes, another ignorant person who believes that all homosexual men are pedophiles, what are your opinions on the blacks and the mexicans? I’d love to hear some more acrid filth!

          • Sharpshooter

            Well, then prepare yourself sweetheart. I don’t believe ALL “deviants” are pedophiles, just about ninety per cent of them. Incidentally, a “deviant” is a “deviant”, whether they be male, female, black, white, blue, green or pink with purple polka dots! You see I really feel for those that can’t figure out whether they are male or female, but, that is their business, they need to stop announcing to the entire world how screwed up they are and go one about their business! Accept what they are, get help or just shut the FU! I will be waiting with breathless anticipation for your next posting of pure Dee, BS! Incidentally, just to help you for tonight, put your hand between your legs, if you feel an “innie” you are a female, if you feel an “outie”, you are a male! You’re welcome, from one who cares about your well being!

          • Memphis Viking

            What about the ignorant person who believes that all heterosexual men are rapists?

        • Ben Name

          How did I sense you were going to say Bennyboy again?

          The last membership NAMBLA spot was taken by you. So sadly, I had to keep on loving adults. At least those three year old boys find your pencil a satisfying size….I guess.

          • Sharpshooter

            Benny boy, AKA, Pookie, (does that make you happier)? When you went down, (little play on words) to NAMBLA to sign up, did they inform you of the rules. If they did, why don’t you share them with us! Normal people would like to know what you do with yourself, in you OFF moments!

  • marineh2ominer

    America is falling in large part to the feminization of males over the last forty years or so . Thats why very few of our elected people in Washington have the guts and/or courage to go up against a fraudulent communist muslim in the White House just because they hold the RACE card over them .

  • Not-In-the-Wall

    Above: “We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.”

    Shouldn’t the original post adhere to that too, you know, instead of making broad and vitriolic accusations without citing a single source?

    • Zach Oshinski


      • Ben Name


    • Ben Name

      ha. You expect these opinion pieces to cite sources? What grade school do you think this tool graduated from?

  • wallawalla

    Doug Giles, also known as a writer who has a poor grasp on reality and assumes that every feminist is a lesbian has written a mediocrearticle with a lexicon similar to that of a 7th grade student. The lack of complex sentences and the inability to capitilaze the words “mom” and “dad” in the last sentence only further this fact.

    • TRex

      Sounds like this column hit you between the eyes! Poor wallawalla.

      • Ben Name

        I wish it would hit you between the nuts.

        • Sharpshooter

          Bennyboy, why is it that you seem to be so enthralled with the male genitalia? Got none?

          • Ben Name

            First, you get points for the continued use of Bennyboy and more points for using a large word, enthralled, and a few more points for a weiner joke. All those points are negative.

            Seriously, if you think Bennyboy is some kind of insult then it is certain you are the nut-less one for being third grade enough to repeat it over and over.

    • Sharpshooter

      But, he does speak the truth regarding the “deviants” in our society. The “lesbo’s” want so very badly to be women, but just can’t find it with in themselves to do so! Live with it! Just don’t screw things up for the normal people, like has been done with the girl scouts!

      • Ben Name

        Deviants. that’s just a nice way of saying fag, right?

        • Sharpshooter

          You got it!

          • Ben Name

            You didn’t. But for next time it’s brains, not trains.

          • Sharpshooter

            Bennyboy, your rapier like half-wit is astounding, Momma teach you that?

          • Ben Name

            ahemmm. Your momma taught me that everyone gets a turn.

      • wallawalla

        You are aware lesbians are women right?

        • Ben Name

          No I believe he thinks lesbians are a type of cracker.

          • Sharpshooter

            Bennyboy, you shouldn’t even attempt to think because it’s way beyond your ability. Better yet, why don’t
            you take a good healthy bite off the snotty end of my love muscle? then you’ll be in your element!

          • Ben Name

            I’m glad I don’t have your special way of thinking. It seems all that is on your mind is your own weiner, you narcissist.

            Please don’t put your speical way of thinking into procreation. The world has enough dumb people. The evidence is all around these forums.

          • Sharpshooter

            Benny boy, “I’m glad I don’t have your special way of thinking.”
            I’m very proud of that also, it might, just might indicate that you have some degree of intelligence, but not likely!

        • Sharpshooter

          I think that you would be much better off asking yourself that question! If they knew they were women, they wouldn’t encounter the problems that they do, nor be so confused!

          • wallawalla

            You’re idea of women and my idea of women is obviously different, if they identify as a woman, then they are a woman. Gender and sex are two completely different things, but I guess you’ve never learned anything from a Biology or Cultural Anthropology book?

          • Sharpshooter

            I got my education regarding women and sex from the back seat of the old Chevy, in the days when men and women knew what they were. I might suggest you try the same route, as you are obviously confused!

          • wallawalla

            So what you are saying is that you think your ideas on women are more valid because you shagged them in the back of a car yet you lack the will and interest to actually learn about the human body and complex social interactions and constructs? O.K. I’ll remember that when I finish up degree.

          • Sharpshooter

            If you have to go to mail order college in order to figure what you are, you’re already SOL! You have my pity!

          • Tim Rowland

            I agree with the x-y chromosome argument. Science has discovered the actual, chemical makeup of men and women.

            Whatever emotional, spiritual, or mental dysfunction leads to deviancy isn’t going to change God’s design…. or the plumbing, unless you cheat.

          • wallawalla
          • ort

            People who say there is a difference between gender and sex are mentally ill–that is why they can’t grasp that very simple fact. If you own the original equipment to father children, you are a male. If you own the original equipment to carry a child, you are a female.

            If you are like Chastity/Chaz Bono, you are screwed in the head.

          • wallawalla
          • Memphis Viking

            My biology book said if you have an X and Y chromosome you’re a man, and if you have two X chromosomes you’re a woman. It’s not based on your opinion.

          • Mark Robn

            Oh — that was brilliant! Right on, Memphis Viking.

          • wallawalla

            Have you ever heard of something called intersex? Or XXY males?

          • wallawalla

            You were also most likely raised in a time period where people didn’t make a distinction between gender and sex.

          • Chris P

            The magic God doesn’t deliver all people to conform to a set of rules. Unintelligent designer that he is.

          • Memphis Viking

            Where does my comment mention God? Even though God did create man and woman, I was simply talking about biology. It’s funny how atheists claim Christians ignore science, then they ignore it whenever it suits them.

          • Chris P

            Ignore what? The biology book you are reading must be the kindergarten version and misses out the fact that while that may be the case that most humans have that mix of chromosomes – several do not.

          • Memphis Viking

            Birth defects don’t change the fact that XY is male and XX is female. Ignoring science comes in when saying something like gender is based on how you feel.

          • Chris P

            As far as I know science isn’t capable of defining whether you ought to behave as a male or female in these transgender cases. It certainly isn’t covered in the Bible.

          • Memphis Viking

            By transgender, do you mean like hermaphrodite? If so, then I agree. I’m talking about someone who is born with a perfectly normal male or female body, then grows up and decides that they really are the other gender, and people claim that that’s what they are, despite nature.

          • Chris P

            Unfortunately sexuality is not a digital phenomenon. Humans are analog devices and I don’t believe science can tell yet.

          • Memphis Viking

            Sexuality is a behavior. Gender is physical.

          • Chris P

            I haven’t seen anything that says that that is definitive.

        • bobwhite

          There you go with that mind numbing arrogance again.

    • Ben Name

      Some feminists are nazis, don’t ya know?

    • Barrustio

      “Perfection” in vocabulary is not as important as the message…..did you get it?

    • Wes

      I have yet to meet a 7th grader who knows the definitions of “eschatological” and “hamartia”. And I think you’re referencing his addressing of “mom” and “dad” in the last PARAGRAPH, not the last sentence. Since it’s acceptable not to use article adjectives in the vocative case, the nouns in question can be either proper or improper and be correct. Thus there is nothing wrong with his sentence. Sorry, but you’re wrong on this one.

    • bobwhite

      Your one of those uppity, snobbish know it all’s Old Curmudgeon posted about.

    • robert anthony

      Yes, hardly to the level of complexity and intellect of, say, feminists now screaming that Wikipedia is ‘patriarchal and geared toward the masculine’. One must get a college degree to understand the nuances of the leftists’ particular fondness for whining.

  • Ben Name

    I’m all for confronting evil. Just ask Alleged Comment.

    • XWheme1937

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      • Ben Name

        I won’t buy, but check with Alleged Comment. He’s a real sucker.

  • duke

    I miss crazy Tabitha…has anybody seen her? I figured she woulda shown up by now.

    • Milly

      Maybe she’s been Baker acted by her family!???

  • Old Curmudgeon

    The comments below are very entertaining….several commenters disparaging the author of the article and anyone who agrees with him. They all want to impress us with their intelligence and education, and their all around superiority. However, they all “wasted” their time in reading an article that is clearly beneath them, and then more time arguing with their intellectual inferiors. I would think these great thinkers would have so many more important things to do with their time….

  • Wes

    Nice article Doug, except one thing. You keep using the word “chauvinist”. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    • Thomas Weiss

      Oh I think he’s got it:

      an attitude that the members of your own sex are always better than those of the opposite sex

      • Ben Name

        Monkeys can use the internet. This is a big day for primates!

        • Thomas Weiss

          Well if monkeys can then I guess gay penguins can too.

  • FallingLeaves

    I didn’t have the patience to read the whole page, but I did see skim it over, and I saw this and wanted to comment: “These whacked women actually believe that masculinity, the male composition, and a guy’s hormones cause boys to become wicked oppressors, sexually abusive and brutal beasts.”

    The problem is this is actually standard teaching about males in many Baptist, Reformed, fundamentalist, and evangelical churches. In most conservative, Christian (evangelical) literature and sermons about the genders, dating, marriage, etc, males are depicted as being unable to control their sexual desires and impulses.

    Single females in the same Christian literature (and in sermons) are often depicted as being harlots (even single Christian women are portrayed as being possible temptresses, though many are chaste). What happens is that the Christians and preachers who write and sermonize with these views tell Christians, both male and female – from the time they are teenagers and after – to stay away from each other.

    Christian women hear from other Christians that men (even Christian ones) are dangerous, to never be left alone with one, because males are all unwilling (or incapable) of controlling their sexual behavior. I am not left wing or a feminist, but I do realize that my fellow right wingers and Christians also harbor a lot of incorrect or strange views about men and women.

    There are conservative Christians who base their views on the Bible only – called gender egalitarians – some of their material can be viewed on sites such as Christians For Biblical Equality. It is not necessary to uphold secular, rigid gender roles as the author of this piece is advising; such views are really not biblical so much as they have been shaped by secular culture but are being passed off as biblical.

    I’m not a feminist, but I find the author’s views on gender and other issues to be very unbibilcal, appalling, and sexist.

  • Oscar Overton
  • Thomas Sharp

    Nothing brings the meterosexual trolls out faster than a column by Doug Giles.
    Too bad the content is not absorbed by the liberal mind. Truth is a concept beyond their grasp.
    Thanks Mr Giles for another excellent article.

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