Do churches even know what a good man looks like anymore?
If you asked most cultural Christians today to define those terms, you’d come back with the picture of some harmless dope halfway between Mr. Rogers and the lead character from the Truman Show.
Is that what a good man really looks like? Nope. That’s not what you’ll find in scripture, and not what you’ll find in real life either.
If you really want to meet the criteria as a good man, there are some real practical traits you’ll need to develop.
And if you haven’t integrated those traits already?
Congrats! Now you’ve got some resolutions for the new year.
You DO want to stand apart as a good man, don’t you?
Let’s get started.
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While you’re at it, here’s his latest book:
Much of the Left loathes masculinity and they love to paint Jesus as a non-offensive bearded woman who endorses their agenda. This book blows that nonsense all to hell. From the stonking laptop of bestselling author, Doug Giles, comes a new book that focuses on Jesus’ overt masculine traits like no other books have heretofore. It’s informative, bold, hilarious, and scary. Giles has concluded, after many years of scouring the scripture that, If Masculinity Is ‘Toxic’, Call Jesus Radioactive.