I think that all ECCs would agree with the above statement, but they'd disagree on matters of practicality. What is Biblical Manhood?
Fuck that noise.
I want to quote more extensively from the first point:
"Males are rebellious by nature.-
Author George Gilder in "Sexual Suicide" reported that men commit more than 90% of major crimes of violence, 100% of the rapes, and 95% of the burglaries. Men comprise 94% of our drunken drivers, -
Our maleness brings a natural, uniquely male form of rebelliousness. This natural tendency gives us the arrogance needed to stop short of God's standards. -
Okay, so. That was a lot. Sorry about that.
Suddenly, we see the beauty of the divine plan. When a man falls in love with a woman, dedicating himself to -
"Baby, look at what you made me do."
"Why do you make me hurt you?"
"I'm sorry, but if you'd just what I asked, I wouldn't get so angry."
When I was growing up, I read all of the marriage, family, and parenting books I could get my hands on. The most important decision I'd ever make was to be a Christian - and I'd made it!
So, I researched marriage. A lot.
And it's exhausting. It's supposed to be.
This is all assuming that they're right, that this is the way humans are created. The way that humans are.
And if you have children, they'll threaten their souls, also.
And once you learn to see the cages, you start to ask yourself dangerous questions, like why they wanted to put you in a cage to begin with.