Throughout the course of our six children being born, there were many entertaining discussions between my wife and me concerning names. I have friends who always wanted the sex of the baby to be a surprise, but I was not those people. One of the main reasons had to do with this issue of naming … More Naming Rights
Just a few thoughts about motherhood and children as Mother’s Day approaches. Much will be made this weekend of the passage, “Children are a blessing from the Lord.” (Psalm 127:3) As a father of six, I have heard it many times myself. More and more in our modern culture we are having to state this … More Meaningful Motherhood
So our benevolent federal government, courtesy of the outgoing Secretary of Defense, has just lifted the ban on women in combat. We are on enough slippery slopes right now as a nation that Aspen is starting to get jealous. This particular slope has degraded to the point where we are willing to send our sisters, … More Have We Reached the Bottom Yet?
It was motherhood that brought about the greatest suffering and the greatest joy in all of human history. It was through a mother that God the Son entered into time and space to be the firstborn of a new humanity. The Joy of Heaven passed through the birth pains of a mother’s womb. The Triune … More The Mother of All Blessings
“Why would any woman who would refuse, properly, to take the marital vow of obedience (on the ground, presumably, that subservience to a mere human being is beneath human dignity) then regard as ‘liberating’ a job that puts her under the authority of a boss (man or woman) whose authority specifically requires and expects obedience?” … More Choosing Our Submission
"The Age of Jazz has now succeeded the age of the waltz, and we [the devils] now teach men to love women whose bodies can scarcely be distinguished from those of boys. Since this is a kind of beauty even more transitory than most, we thus aggravate the female’s chronic horror of growing old (with … More When a Man Loves a Woman