Tag Archives: patriarchy

The Trusting Husband of Proverbs 31

In an article published in a 2009 issue of Practical Homeschooling, I pointed out that “patriarchy” is a bad word. The Christian home is supposed to revolve around Christ, not around Dad. However, Dad is a very important part of the Christian home. And we can find out a few forgotten facts about his character [...]

If Saudi Arabia Was Christian . . .

We would not be reading articles like this one: Saudi woman ‘raped by chauffeur’ as campaign to let both sexes drive gathers pace My very first post on this blog was about how Christianity leads to freedom for women – as compared to scenarios like this. Feminists fume about America’s “oppressive patriarchal culture”: welcome to [...]