The Wanderer

As I walked through the wilderness of this world …

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The call of the mild

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Kevin DeYoung does some straight talking to men (and women), dealing specifically with the issue of singleness and marriage, in an age when men need to learn to be men:

Men, you don’t have to be rich and you don’t have to climb corporate ladders. You don’t have to fix cars and grow a beard. But it’s time to take a little initiative–in the church, with your career, and with women. Stop circling around and start going somewhere. It’s probably a good idea to be more like your grandpa and less like Captain Jack Sparrow. Even less like Peter Pan. Show some godly ambition. Take some risks. Stop looking for play dates and–unless God is calling you to greater service through singleness–start looking for a wife.

Written by Jeremy Walker

Thursday 3 November 2011 at 12:24

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Gendercide

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Tom Ascol reminds us that the majority of victims in abortion worldwide are girls: “the feminist movement that championed abortion in the name of women’s rights now finds its hands red with the blood of the very half of the species whom they pretend to represent!”

Written by Jeremy Walker

Thursday 5 March 2009 at 07:37

Posted in While wandering . . .

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