Women Go To Church and Men Go To Hooters

Written by Doug Giles on February 8, 2020

Think the modern church is a ‘bastion of patriarchy’? Guess again. The stats don’t back that up.

Men in the modern Church are scarcer than leftovers Rosie O’Donnell’s fridge. But even back in the 50s, statistics gave us a pretty even 50-50 split, with the ladies holding a statistical edge of just a couple of points.

Since that was right after the end of WWII, that’s pretty solid representation.

Something changed between then and now.

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Let’s take a 2-minute look into the issue.

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Whether he’s using a tweet, a carrot or a big, heavy stick, Trump seems to have great instincts on how to bring the other guy to the table, to drive his political rivals crazy, or to find creative ways to accomplish things that others have said ‘can’t be done’.

He’s also got nerves of steel, walking towards the fight that everyone else runs from.

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