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Fathers: Key to Their Children’s Faith

Fathers: Key to Their Children’s Faith

During the colonial period, men were defined by the quality of their community involvement and fatherhood. Marriage and fatherhood were seen as being among the highest aspirations in a man’s life. Today the highest aspirations of many men are career achievement and personal leisure and it is against these they seek to balance marriage and family. I am afraid that our culture in general has reduced the role of fatherhood (along with marriage itself) to something nonessential or unnecessary.

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The Left’s War on Men

The Left’s War on Men

There is no war on women. Still, the act of refuting such tripe obscures an insidious assault on the other half of the population. Males, who are still deemed the dominant sex, don’t exactly fit the template of a victim class, and, in truth, it is not so much men who are teetering on the brink of extinction, it is the concept of manhood. Statism grows incrementally by assuming the roles once assigned to fathers.

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