Steve C's Discussions

Adoption?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Dec 19, 2012. 31 Replies

My wife and I are considering adoption. She's always wanted to adopt, and it had never been a thought of mine until I met her. Now that we've been married three years, I'm getting to the point of…Continue

Tags: adoption

Community (Tiny) Feature Request

Started this discussion. Last reply by Shane Jan 9, 2012. 10 Replies

Can you make the main Art of Manliness graphic at the top of the site link back to the main page?www.ArtOfManliness.comI always wind up having to retype…Continue

Tags: request, feature, website

Cars, Catholics and Characters, oh my!

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Muir Dec 25, 2011. 5 Replies

Long time reader, first time poster.I'm Catholic, charismatic, and like to participate in theological/philosophical conversations.  Sometimes I actually make a good point.I'm 30, married and loving…Continue

 

Steve C's Page

Latest Activity

Steve C replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion Man Mints
"Does it have to have manly flavors, like motor oil or steak? I don't know of any mints that have such awesomeness in them."
May 24, 2013
Steve C replied to Chris Hamm's discussion Who Wears a Watch Anymore?
"I'm wearing one now.  It allows my phone to stay in my pocket.  It's just nice to have the time on your wrist."
May 14, 2013
Steve C replied to Dustin Snider's discussion Best Way To Get Into Wood-Working?
"My first thought was, "Jump in!" But, to flesh it out, I would say that the best way to learn it to do it.  I would not suggest quitting a job right away, but start a few projects that will challenge you, and, if you do it well, could…"
May 8, 2013
Steve C replied to Nate Thallas's discussion Looking for input on a new set of wheels
"I can't say I like any of those.  The one time I drove a Liberty, the seats were atrocious.  Absolutely uncomfortable.   I know this isn't on your list, but our 2004 Subaru Forester has been great.  It's at ~130k…"
May 2, 2013
Steve C replied to Rick Shelton's discussion Does anyone work on their cars/truck/SUV anymore?
"If you want a forum where half the users seem to be able to swap a hemi into an original Mini, and, in general, are mechanical heroes, look no further than grassrootsmotorsports.com.  I mostly read around on it, but my mechanical knowledge (and…"
Apr 24, 2013
Steve C replied to Blair Brown's discussion Is coloring your hair unmanly?
"Yes."
Mar 21, 2013
Samuel Chapman replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"These attitudes are always prevalent and, to me, inexplicable. The Anglican church has taken the path of ordaining women and several other of these policies that liberals feel churches ought to take. The end result has neither been effective nor…"
Mar 18, 2013
Nick H replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"Considering most if not all Cardinals have been hand picked by Benedict or JPII, I'd be surprised if there was one in there supporting Liberation Theology."
Mar 17, 2013
Nathan DeParis replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"I actually was pleasantly surprised by his orthodoxy. It is nice to have a Jesuit because he has experience in taking the gospel to a worldly audience. I think we do need that now. Pope emeritus was more introverted, but Pope Francis is a lot more…"
Mar 17, 2013
Vytautas replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"I don't think "enthralled" is accurate in terms of the media's supposed "obsession" with this. First, that a moral and religious leader would balk before a very evil regime is a legitimate concern and should be…"
Mar 16, 2013
Native Son replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"I spoke more of the folks (identified in the mainstream press as Catholic) who immediately began to condemn Francis because he didn't immediately take actions friendly to their personl agendas.  Specifically, and this started showing…"
Mar 16, 2013
Mike M. replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"FWIW, he didn't renew the appointments of the curia members, which is usually done right away.  I don't want to make any outlandish predictions about a drastic house cleaning, but it seems reasonable to think that he's reviewing…"
Mar 15, 2013
Mike M. replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"While he's undoubtedly focused on justice for the disadvantaged (as we should all be,) so far, I'm seeing a Pope whose primary focus is on the Cross (as ours should be.)"
Mar 15, 2013
Mike M. replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"As far as I can tell, they're basing the "Dirty Wars" story on rumors that originated with members of a murderous communist regime who had no love for Bergoglio.  If their stories came with any evidence, I'd certainly…"
Mar 15, 2013
Mike M. replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"I suppose I didn't really explain myself before.  It's not so much about the EF for its own sake.  Pope Benedict never indicated that he wanted the EF to replace the ordinary form.  He did, however, talk of mutual…"
Mar 15, 2013
Mike M. replied to Steve C's discussion Habemus Papam! in the group Catholic Men
"You think that there are things that override the importance of leading people to Christ?  Most people do... those people are not Christians. As for Francis being a Jesuit, he wasn't exactly one of the cool kids in the order.  He was…"
Mar 15, 2013

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of Art of Manliness to add comments!

Join Art of Manliness

At 9:57pm on December 31, 2011, Herb Munson said…

Welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

 
 
 

Latest Activity

John White replied to Will's discussion The red pill
"this is about men who take great pleasure in bashing men thinking all men are the same. "
1 hour ago
Bryan Maloney replied to TheCommishGordon's discussion Serious questions from a Christian in the group Christian Men
"God can meet you as far as you can go. There is a Jewish story of a man who wrote to his father saying that he could not make it all the way to him. His father replied that the son should go as far as he could, and his father would meet him there."
1 hour ago
Bryan Maloney replied to Liam's discussion Advice on which translation of The Bible to read in the group Christian Men
"Read more than one. Avoid paraphrases, though. Most paraphrases do note what they are. Each translation is a product of people with some agenda or another."
1 hour ago
Native Son replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"Actually, before Tony Wolf and I diverted ourselves about the word "Bohemian", what you are describing is a sort of gentlemen's (or not quite gentlemen) club. a social gathering group for people with a common set of interests.…"
1 hour ago
Edward Longshanks commented on Ian Wilson's group Out to Build Bridges
"Physically I feel a lot better having ,finally found the courage to come out of the closet to people. First night on AofM I outed myself in my status, and I am glad I finally outed myself to my best friend and my high school classmates"
2 hours ago
Nathanael replied to Will's discussion The red pill
"Poor Will, with his illusions of being happily married."
3 hours ago
Jeremy posted a photo
4 hours ago
Michael D. Denny replied to Joshua Wolf's discussion Fraternal orders for young men?
"boy scouts, 4H, FFA, Orderof Demolay, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc,"
4 hours ago

© 2014   Created by Brett McKay.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service