This book is a practical and straightforward treatment of the role that men are to have in their families. Grounded in Scripture, Phillips shows us that we do in fact have an owner's manual.
The Church Impotent: The Feminization of Christianity
Podles traces the feminization of faith in the West to a move taken by Bernard of Clairvaux. Fathers must function within the church—although the church has made this difficult.
The Feminization of American Culture
Douglas describes how our culture was feminized long before 20th-century feminism. Douglas taught me how a lot of gender "traditionalism" in the American church is little more than an early variant of feminism.
Brave New Family: G. K. Chesterton on Men & Women, Children, Sex, Divorce, Marriage & the Family
This volume reminds me that it is impossible to read Chesterton without learning something important—even when disagreeing with him.
Men and Marriage
Gilder taught me the invaluable lesson that the dominance of men is inescapable. The only choice is whether our institutions, chiefly marriage, will channel their aggressive natures in constructive directions.
Douglas Wilson is the author of Father Hunger: Why God Calls Men to Love and Lead Their Families.
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