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Joseph Oldman Moore replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRLluVmkrJ8 I'll just leave that there, I believe Jesus truly embodied every aspect of manliness."
Jun 26, 2016
dean roger weber replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"I have always believed Christianity promotes and emphasizes the best aspects of being a Man...bravery, compassion, strength, insight, and others. You can be a deeply Christian man and be a role model of maleness. A problem in the world today is that…"
Apr 24, 2016
dean roger weber replied to Dale K's discussion How many of you actually read Art of Manliness? in the group Christian Men
"I actually DO read a lot of what is offered on the site! Although a lot of it may not apply to me, I find enough interesting items to make the site really worthwhile! I guess if nothing else, AofM has information about being a man you won't…"
Apr 21, 2016
Jack Bauer replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"I looked-up and re-read Brett's "Man before Gentleman" article ... and the following passage seemed to be appropriate to this conversation ... He goes on to say that the cutesy little 'gentleman' dandies that don't…"
Mar 17, 2016
Jack Bauer replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"He even used a weapon.  Picture the scene for a minute.  He was overturning tables and swinging a handcrafted whip at people and animals to drive them away.  Not clear whether the whip struck anyone.  Seems plausible. …"
Mar 17, 2016
Jack Bauer replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"Whoever is giving you a choice pretend your pastor is the model of manhood or "get out", is, frankly, a clown.  I've never heard anybody in the church give such an absurd and anti-Biblical ultimatum.  There's nothing in…"
Mar 17, 2016
Dale K replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"I wanted to add to this discussion by quoting from David Murrow: “I’m going to say something you’ll never hear in church. You can fly into a rage and still be a faithful Christian. You can hurt other people’s feelings. You do…"
Mar 13, 2016
Dale K replied to Dale K's discussion How many of you actually read Art of Manliness? in the group Christian Men
"Say Milo? As I said in this post, I had a reason for my curiosity. Just wondering what your thoughts are on the followup question in my other post "How can we balance true manliness with the "Godly Man" in the church?""
Mar 13, 2016
Dale K replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"Hey Michael! I love it! “John Wayne with a Bible!” Your image sums up what I have been trying to visualize. Personally, I borrowed a quotation from somewhere on the definition of a ‘Gentleman.’ And I reworded it to convey the…"
Mar 12, 2016
Dale K replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"I agree Mark, up to a point. ‘Temperamental’, ‘short-tempered’, etc. need not refer to someone who is ‘out of control’ and certainly not Jesus as we read in the gospels. We have to be very careful of our culture…"
Mar 12, 2016
Sir replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"It wd be hard to make an effective survey of this, because of the difficulty of objectively measuring who shows backbone and who's a tru Xian.  But we can certainly address the q of whether its possible for a man of God to have a…"
Mar 12, 2016
Dale K replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"When it came to the Pharisees and their hypocrisy, Jesus was certainly surly and tempermental - to the point of sarcasm and verbal assaults. Was he that way all the time? Certainly not! Also, Jesus was short-tempered at times with his…"
Mar 12, 2016
Dale K replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"Sure Mark! Let me be clear. I did not say that as inferring "ALL pastors...." Far from it. I said, "...a COUPLE of our staff pastors..." So what did I mean by "wimpy"? One of them definitely has a "cold fish"…"
Mar 12, 2016
john evens replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"Hey there Dale, I don't try to balance being male with being a model for the Church,(which ever Church you mean). It's not really possible. Men who say that they're true Christians usually are covering up a few things or if…"
Mar 12, 2016
Sir replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"Side issue here, but I don't find the unimportance of the body in Bible.  More a gnostic thing.  We instead have healing of the body and later  resurrection of the body."
Mar 12, 2016
Joshua replied to Dale K's discussion How can we balance true manliness with the 'Godly Man' in the Church? in the group Christian Men
"The Ephesians passage you bring up does indicate we are in conflict - yes. And Paul uses armor imagery (like he uses other imagery in other places - imperial, athletic, agricultural, parental, etc.) to help us understand how to navigate that…"
Mar 12, 2016

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At 6:23pm on October 31, 2012, Herb Munson said…

Hey there Dale, just wanted to give you a great big Happy Halloween welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us! Wooohaaaa

 
 
 

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