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So why do most men avoid church? Here’s the veneer-stripped-away answer: going to church for the majority of men is an exercise in unwanted effeminacy. Church, for most men, has not only become irrelevant; it has also become effeminate. Hanging out in church for most Y chromosomes seems unmanly, and most men more than anything want to be masculine!
The current lack of strong men within the Church, both in the numeric and leadership sense, has crippled our cathedrals and has helped devastate our nation ethically. The masculine spirit being absent from the pulpit, the pew and subsequently the public square has not only slowed down the forward progress of the Church, it has also weakened our nation’s morality, increased our country’s secularity, and has assisted (owing to our absence) the lascivious Left’s re-definition of life, sex, marriage and law.
If the body of Christ wants to biblically improve our nation, then church has got to eliminate its effeminate drift and establish a masculine bent. Our times demand strong men and the church should be producing them and not repelling them.
About Doug Giles:
Doug Giles is the man behind ClashDaily.com. In addition to drivingClashDaily.com, Giles is a popular columnist on Townhall.com and authorof the new book Rise, Kill and Eat: A Theology of Hunting from Genesis to Revelation.
Doug’s articles have also appeared on several other print and online news sources, including The Washington Times, The Daily Caller, Fox Nation, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Examiner, The Blaze, American Hunter Magazine and ABC News.
He’s been a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Channel as well as many nationally syndicated radio shows across the nation.
Giles and his wife Margaret have two daughters: Hannah, who devastated ACORN with her 2009 nation shaking undercover videos, and Regis who is an NRA columnist, huntress and Second Amendment activist.
DG’s interests include guns, big game hunting, big game fishing, fine art, cigars, helping wounded warriors, and being a big pain in the butt to people who dislike God and the USA.
Accolades for Giles and ClashDaily.com include …
– Giles was recognized as one of “The 50 Best Conservative Columnists Of 2014″
– ClashDaily.com was recognized as one of “The 100 Most Popular Conservative Websites For 2013″
– Doug was noted as “Hot Conservative New Media Superman” By Politichicks
Doug Giles speaks to college, business, community, church, advocacy and men’s groups throughout the United States and internationally. His expertise includes issues of Christianity and culture, masculinity vs. metrosexuality, big game hunting and fishing, raising righteous kids in a rank culture, the Second Amendment, personal empowerment, politics, and social change. Giles charges $2500 per speaking engagement, plus food, hotel and travel from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. For availability, please contact us.
“Doug Giles is a good man, and his bambinas are fearless. His girls Hannah and Regis Giles are indefatigable. I admire the Giles clan from afar.”
– Dennis Miller
“Doug Giles must be some kind of a great guy if CNN wants to impugn him.”
– Rush Limbaugh
“Doug Giles is a substantive and funny force for traditional values.”
– Ann Coulter, best-selling author
“Doug Giles speaks the truth … he’s a societal watchdog … a funny bastard.”
– Ted Nugent, rock icon
“Doug is funny and insightful. Giles is always spot-on with his analysis and so incredibly hilarious, as well. Whether you’re 15 or 50, if you love God and America, Doug Giles is for you!”
– Jason Mattera, NYT best-selling author of Obama Zombies and Editor-in-Chief, Human Events
“Doug is a raucous and rowdy mix of old-school, traditional conservative values with the kind of eff-you attitude folks like Ted Nugent have made millions on. He’s one part rebellious rock star, one part crusading missionary, and another part rough rider.”
– S. E. Cupp, NYT best-selling author of Why You’re Wrong About The Right and Host of The S. E. Cupp Show on GBTV.com