Should Christian Men Deny Their Masculinity?

Written by Doug Giles on February 16, 2020

‘Annul my masculinity’ should not be a statement endorsed by anyone in a church, let alone as a prayer. And yet, so many churches today give off exactly that vibe.

Do we make men jump through unnecessary hoops to even show up at Church, let alone drop anchor and call it home?

Sure we do… by introducing a weird EROS vibe to the worship.

No self-respecting knuckle-dragger wants to hang out in a club where the membership dues include dropping your testicles in a lockbox and getting dewy-eyed over Jesus-is-my-prom-date songs.

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No thanks. That’s a hard pass.

Maybe it’s time to rethink some things about how we ‘do church’ and deep-six the hoops that chase men away.

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