Hear ye the parable of the puppy

Then he left the crowds and went into the house. And his disciples came to him, saying, “Explain to us the parable of the weeds of the field.”–Matt 3:36 (ESV)

Deep Strength has a post up entitled “Real-life Ruths” that is somewhat related to my post “Consider the puppy.” I’m going to share some more of my most recent experiences in the marriage marketplace, to continue to illustrate the point.

Kalli* was a slim blonde

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Consider the puppy, learn his lesson

This post is for the unmarried men in my audience, but in a way that is not usually true, it is also for the unmarried women I know lurk here. No, I will not make an exception to the comments policy for this post–I don’t need to hear what you women have to say, quite the opposite. I’m going to tell you how to land a husband that would otherwise be out of your league. If you don’t understand, read it again. If you still don’t understand, email me–do not comment on this post.

In a recent post, Donal laid out the two main options available to marriage-minded men today:

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Why you shouldn’t care what a woman thinks

Cane Caldo is no longer permitting comments from female readers on his blog. As I’ve maintained: I write this blog for present and future husbands and fathers. Today that sentiment will become more visible. From now on, comments from women will be deleted. My hope is that this will encourage a more brotherly atmosphere. It … Read more…

We didn’t follow the Bible, and it didn’t work, so let’s try any alternative other than the Bible

My brother, Wulf, sent me this link. My impression upon reading it was that it was a jumbled mess of both good and terrible points and advice. What especially got my attention was this: Most of the moral arguments for courtship are actually arguments for arranged marriage. The arguments for the strong involvement of parents … Read more…