Christian Men Aren’t Supposed To Act Effeminate

Written by Doug Giles on February 15, 2020

The cultural shift stripping the masculinity from the Western Church can be traced right back to one pivotal moment in history.

Once we understand what went wrong, we can move forward with a solution.

The most popular preacher in the thirteenth century deliberately introduced an effeminate streak into the church culture.

And he did it because of a brain fart that made him unable to understand a metaphor.

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When God called Christ the groom, and the Church his bride, he was describing the relationship of Christ as protector, provider, priest and king for the Church. He was NOT calling for the men to lop off their wedding tackle and act as some kind of goofy spiritual wetnurses.

Ideas have consequences. And it’s time leaders in the Church start purging the toxic ones.

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