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Moose Norseman is a man of violence, seeking to seize the kingdom of heaven by force (Matt 11:12). He believes in resisting sin to the point of shedding blood (Heb 12:4). He is a minister of God for good, and bears not his sword in vain, executing wrath on the evildoer (Rom 13:4). He is not slack in doing the Lord’s work, nor does he hold back his sword from the shedding of blood (Jer 48:10). His goal with this blog is to provide a resource for young men, especially his two high school age brothers, to encourage the kind of Biblical manliness that the church is attacking.

In order to create the proper atmosphere to achieve the goals of this blog, any comments left by women after 08Mar15 will be deleted.

7 thoughts on “About

  1. @Andrew:

    There is a significant amount written between the lines above that those familiar with the relevant passages will be able to grasp–I said far more about myself than a casual reading would tell.

    However, I will say that I appreciate the promise of the verse you mentioned and its New Testament counterpart “he who lives by the sword shall die by the sword.” I make it my aim to live by the sword, that I might claim the promise and die by the sword, in the manner of those of whom the world was not worthy (Heb 11:38)

  2. Brother, I appreciate the work that you do and I look forward to seeing every single one of your posts as soon as they pop up in my RSS reader. I’m a young man, twenty-one, and because I’m about to graduate college and start off on my own I’m desperately trying to read and learn as much as I can about what it means to be a man. I’m not trying to puff you up, but do know that you are accomplishing something.

    Thank you.

  3. @ Mason:

    Thanks for the kind words. As you read, be sure to neglect not that most foundation book on what it means to be a man–the Book written by Him who made man. Heed His words above all others, and I will be able to say “I write to you, young man, because you are strong, and the word of God abides in you, and you have overcome the evil one.”

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