Father Knows Best: Now I know my ABCs Edition

26 Jun

Taps at the Ashton Brewing Company; Ashton, Ontario.

Taps at the Ashton Brewing Company; Ashton, Ontario.

Dalrock: Dr. Helen is disturbing the mound; “Offensive” historic nose art safe in the Air Force National Museum for the time being

Unmasking Feminism: Churchian Logic: Single Dads Exist, but 97% of Single Parents are Moms

Free Northerner: Sexonomics: Odds of Divorce; On ‘Geek Girls’

empath: Emotional Needs, Secular vs. Churchian Boldness; Murder, Righteous Anger, and Microbiology

ballista: From Superman to Clark Kent; The Good and the Bad Look Alike

Chris: Choose carefully. How to live, and where to live; Smash the idols of this public religion

Richard Anderson: Whores Ahoy!; Meanwhile Outside of Ottawa

Paleo Retiree: “Copperhead”: An Interview With Bill Kauffman; Eating in Louisville

Jim Goad: The Spit-Roasting of Paula Deen

Andy Nowicki: Paula Deen and Me; Truthers and Deniers, Oh My!

Vox Day: White Knights undermine civilization; Why men don’t marry; Post-Christian pagan revival

Imperator: Why marry?; The end of (our) history; There is no equality

Matt Forney: The Manosphere: A New Hope for Masculinity by Ian Ironwood

Henry Laasanen: Main ideologies in the manosphere

danny from 504: A Neutered Military

Masculine Style: Summer Shades

Beermat at the Ashton Brewing Company; Ashton, Ontario.

Beermat at the Ashton Brewing Company; Ashton, Ontario.

Elusive Wapiti: Victim Blaming Is Of Misandry, Not Misogyny; Cathedral Schooling Centers and Their Hoplophobia

Nick B. Steves: The Incipient Pelagianism of the Orthosphere; Imagining 1% Voter Turnout

The Pittsford Perennialist: Happy About a Hoppy I.P.A.

The Observer Watches: The Underclass, a quick brief; Cough cough

Donal Graeme: All Alone in the Dark; A Light in the Darkness; When Push Comes to Shove

Frank Swift: Why “radical” Christianity is just another form of legalism

Tim: More Things I Wonder About (My Trip to Lake St. Clair Edition)

Dennis Dale: For the “Citizen of the World”

Mark Goluskin: Sorry GOP But So-Called “Comprehensive” Immigration Reform Is Not The Answer To Gain Hispanic Votes

Steve Sailer: The Byzantine Forces Behind Turkish Politics

Rev. Karl Hess: Christians in Syria

Eugene Girin: An Op-Ed Ode to Abortion

Tom Piatak: Immigration Bait and Switch

Alexander Fiske-Harrison: He Who Would Battle Monsters

Heartiste: Compendium Of Female Super Shit Tests

bluebird of bitterness: How to counter antigun propaganda; Why we need better gun control; Prey on words

A pint of Session Ale at the Ashton Brewing Company; Ashton, Ontario.

A pint of Session Ale at the Ashton Brewing Company; Ashton, Ontario.


Posted by on June 26, 2013 in Linklove


10 responses to “Father Knows Best: Now I know my ABCs Edition

  1. Chris

    June 26, 2013 at 1:53 am

    Thanks for the links.

  2. Paleo Retiree

    June 26, 2013 at 10:51 am

    Great collection of links. And many thanks for the ones to us.

  3. Will S.

    June 26, 2013 at 5:22 pm

    @ Chris, Paleo Retiree: Hey, you’re welcome. Cheers!

  4. Sis

    June 29, 2013 at 11:54 am

    Dear Will,
    I’m still feeling convicted to reconcile with you. FN seems to have forgiven me and so has DonalGraeme; they don’t trust me, but they seem to forgive me. I don’t have much hope of the others even trying.

    So you are feeling betrayed because I told a single woman who’d slept with 12 men to keep it a secret from the man she dates. That was a wrong thing to say, it was lying. People don’t trust liars, so I’ve ruined my witness to the world, which hurts God. I get it.

    This was my intention, I think team woman and team man is crap. I think the more we fight against each other, the more harm we do. I saw a woman revealing her pain, and the first thing I thought to do was love her. I didn’t have an agenda, I didn’t care about the law. All I cared about was helping her, so she would trust me, so I could show her Christ. That’s what I was doing, before you shove the law into a non-believers face and tell them they’re a whore, you have to love them. There is no reason to follow the law if you don’t know God loves you first. The reason we follow the law isn’t to be good, but to show God we love Him. What reason does she have to tell the truth? I can’t see a way to love her by telling her she has to follow the law, by telling her she is condemned.

    When FN, told the world about me, the first thing I thought was “oh no, people will hate God because of what I did”. And it hurts me deeply, that my witness will be seen my men as attempt to betray and hurt them because that was never my intention. All I was thinking about was building trust with this one woman so I could show her Christ. The gospel is my goal, not team women, not team man.

    I hate that men are being lied to, being used, and are scapegoats for girl power and women’s rights. I hate that. Men need to be lifted up, respected, and honored, I want them to take their rightful place in society. I hate that I’ve hurt you and lost your trust. I realize the consequences of my actions are to leave, public banning and shame.

    It is wrong for women to lie to men about their partner counts, it is scary that there are women out there who do this and I can see how it causes you to lose faith in women completely. Please let me say this, people will always fail you. There is no way women are able to win back the trust of men, we will fail you, over and over again. Your future wife, she’s going to fail you….big time and you’re going to have to make a decision on whether she’s worth loving anyway. If it’s not by her past, then something will happen, it’s pretty much guaranteed. But when you’re both broken, when you’re vulnerable and low, that’s when you have the opportunity to be near Christ, to see Christ, and to be Christ.

    I hope this is enough, but if it isn’t I understand, and I don’t deserve it, it is only through your mercy that forgiveness could be given. I don’t expect us to be friends, I realize I’ve lost that, but I would like us to part peaceably. It is of utmost importance to me to be reconciled to my brother in Christ. I’m sorry.

    with deep respect

  5. Will S.

    June 29, 2013 at 12:12 pm

    @ Sis: I don’t see why one needs to come along beside an unbeliever and give them counsel to help them cover up misdeeds, in order to gain their trust so that one can later evangelize to them. Why not instead encourage them to own their shit, to, ah, ‘woman up’, be completely honest with any man they are starting to get close to, and let him be the judge of whether he wishes to be with them, having the full information? That’s how you witness to Christ. When Christ found the adulteress they were about to stone, He shamed them into not stoning her, but He also told her to go and sin no more; He didn’t worry about her heart not wanting to accept Him, or finding Him too judgmental. He did love her, but was quite clear in pointing out that those about to stone her were indeed right that she had done wrong.

    Anyway, though you didn’t do anything to me personally, I can see your heartfelt contrition in your comment here, and insofar as it be my place, if it is, I accept your apology, and wish you well. Go in peace, sister.

  6. Sis

    June 29, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    I wanted to let her know she was safe, so she could trust me. It was stupid.
    Thank you. Maranatha.

  7. Lena S.

    June 29, 2013 at 12:40 pm

    That’s what I was doing, before you shove the law into a non-believers face and tell them they’re a whore, you have to love them.

    Taking what you mean by “loving them” (i.e. pandering to them, which isn’t actually charitable at all), this is a false dichotomy. You ought to just be quiet for a nice long time while you contemplate your own beliefs and how you promote them. False humility is off-putting to a lot of people too. You say you are sorry but you continue to justify and make excuses for your actions. This is not repentance; it is the regret of someone who was caught.

  8. Sis

    June 29, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    @Lena, I was wrong. I thought her safety and giving her grace was more important than the law. But I needed to trust the law because more than her safety was of concern. There were many men who could be harmed by this lie and I didn’t consider them. Her safety does not come above theirs. I was wrong, I should have trusted God’s laws and that He would have taken care of her in her brokenness.

  9. 7man

    June 29, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    @ Sis,
    Your apology included much excusing explanation and a fair bit of BS.

    Go read John 4 (all of it):
    Jesus said to her, “You are right in saying, `I have no husband’; for you have had five husbands, and he whom you now have is not your husband; this you said truly.’

    I guess Jesus told the blunt truth of the woman’s cock count while still caring for the woman.

  10. Will S.

    June 29, 2013 at 6:38 pm

    LOL @ 7Man, yes, Christ did tell her cock count, indeed. No pussy-footing around the matter. 🙂


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