Category Archives: fatherhood

You shouldn’t sign your name to an agreement that evil men may kill one of your children, not even to save the others

I just sent the following to my representative: Subject: Don’t abandon the rape and incest babies Dear Representative Carson, Please do not support the H.R. 36: Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act as it is – it withholds protection for babies … Continue reading

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Man’s duty to protect woman: a catechism Q and A

We’ve addressed the issue of man’s duty to protect woman before at greater length, but let’s boil it down still further into the form of a catechism question and answer, to make it easier to commit to memory. Q: How … Continue reading

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The head of the table is a place of service

When you have guests over to your home, sit at the head of the table. This is a place of honor, it is true, but it is also a place of responsibility and service: it is the place where you … Continue reading

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97 theses on man’s duty to protect woman

When a man loves a woman he will lay down his life to defend her, just as Christ loved His Bride and gave Himself up for Her. Men have proudly fulfilled this duty from time immemorial, demonstrating what A. A. … Continue reading

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The father loves first

For it was fitting for Him, for whom are all things, and through whom are all things, in bringing many sons to glory… –Hebrews 2:10 A mother loves her son early, before he is born, when she feels him growing … Continue reading

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What good fathers must do

The following is a transcript of a message preached by Max Curell at the Clearnote Pastors Conference held February 19–21 at Clearnote Church, Bloomington, Indiana, titled “Fathers in God’s House: Elders must be good fathers.” It is as applicable to … Continue reading

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Book review: For the Children’s Sake

This is a review of the book For the Children’s Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay, originally written in 1984 and reprinted in 2009 by Crossway Books, Wheaton, Illinois. In this book Mrs. Macaulay presents in summary form the educational system … Continue reading

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