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Resisting cultural ideals of manhood

Biblical manhood is under attack. The devil knows God’s command to Christian men to live as Christ lived. He looks to undermine this command with depraved views of manhood. The devil rejoices as our old man of sin twists Christ’s beautiful example of self-sacrificing leadership and wisdom into self-serving secularism, egotism, and materialism. This article […]

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I want to be that man

“I Want to Be That Man” is the title of a song that the Voices of Victory sang a few years back. It’s been one of my favorite songs to listen to ever since. I like how the notes blend together and the way the group sang this song, but I didn’t truly understand what […]

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Biblical manhood for the young Christian man

To the men reading this article, God made you a man. A simple statement. In AD 2023, however, this truth of God’s word is attacked relentlessly. Scripture tells us that in the beginning, he made humanity as “male and female” (Gen. 1:27) and looking upon his creation beheld that it was “very good” (v. 31). […]

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Threats to Biblical Manhood

Men in the church have a divine calling to immerse themselves in God’s word and to be a commendable testimony to those around them. While this calling is ultimately the duty of all believers, men and women alike, we will focus here on applying the calling to young men. As a man of God, it […]

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A Man’s Reliance on God

As a Christian man, it can be difficult at times to see the direction that your life is going. This difficulty can be in pursuing a career you’ve been working toward, earning a college degree, establishing or maintaining a relationship with a woman, or fighting through a personal struggle. It can be easy to get […]

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Church Historians: Eusebius of Caesarea

The ancient period of church history (AD 100–590) is subdivided into the pre-Nicean era, the Nicean era, and the post-Nicean era. These divisions refer to the first ecumenical council at Nicea (AD 325), which is a focal point in church history. In this article, we move from pre-Nicean church fathers to the Nicean church fathers.  […]

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Biblical Manhood

If there is any area in which conservative Christians stand distinctly apart from our culture today, it is in the arena of sexual ethics. The sexual revolution that has swept through Western society over the past three decades or so is striking. Less than thirty years ago an enthusiastically progressive president of the United States […]

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Living Sacrifices

I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and […]

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Fear of God

Depression rates have reached a new high in the United States. A recent Gallup poll reports that “the percentage of U.S. adults who report having been diagnosed with depression at some point in their lifetime has reached 29.0%, nearly 10 percentage points higher than in 2015.”1 Why is this? The article goes on to state […]

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