Tag Archives: Gentlemen

Manning Up: Pass It On (Part 3 of 3).

    When I first decided to write on the idea of manliness I was unsure I would be able to have enough to say to fill up three blogs. But the more I’ve explored it, the more I’ve realized how … Continue reading

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Manning Up: Work Harder (Part 2 of 3).

     I find it incredibly ironic that one of the greatest lessons I’ve learned about being a man came from a horse. Boxer, the horse from George Orwell’s Animal Farm presents an exemplary image of the work ethic that every … Continue reading

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How Feminism Destroys Chivalry.

Anyone that knows me probably knows that I am a complete philosophy nerd. I love understanding, contradicting, and correcting other viewpoints. I love discovering, defending, and declaring truth. Yet, for the most part I try to avoid attacking opponents unless it’s necessary. … Continue reading

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A Knight That Doesn’t Shine.

I feel like writing a blog today, but I don’t know what to write about, so I’ll write a poem. This one is really just a poem for the sake of poetry. I just wanted to try my hand at a sonnet. It … Continue reading

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A Letter to Christian Young Men.

This is something I posted on facebook recently. The response was quite surprising. It’s been on my mind a good deal these days, so I thought I’d go ahead and put it here too.  I hope it challenges, blesses, and ecourages you. … Continue reading

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