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Resources for the MEN

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Greetings, single bretheren of TMB, I recently found an (in my opinion) great blog/podcast called The Masculinist that I thought would be good to share here. It's a mix of Christian mens dating and life advice with some highly intelligent related socio-political commentary, and facets of becoming marriageable are not-infrequently discussed. Check it out at the link below.

The Masculinist. Non-single men also welcome. Much of the blog could be useful after vows as well.

I'd also be remiss if I didn't mention The Art of Manliness. It has no stated religious affiliation, but the values they promote are very in line with Christian morals. Topics frequently discussed include relationship skills, manly skills, mens' style, and fitness. I recommend it for all men. Like seriously, my description feels weak but just check it out quick.

What about the rest of you guys? What are your favorite single mens' resources?
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I lack the requisite y chromosome for this topic, but I just wanted to chime in on the Art of Manliness. I love that site. It's filled with the most interesting topics, many of which are relevant to me personally. ("How to Fall Asleep in Two Minutes" is actually how I finally fell asleep early this morning!) It's also been helpful in my role as the mother of a teen son.
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DoveGray wrote:I lack the requisite y chromosome for this topic, but I just wanted to chime in on the Art of Manliness. I love that site. It's filled with the most interesting topics, many of which are relevant to me personally. ("How to Fall Asleep in Two Minutes" is actually how I finally fell asleep early this morning!) It's also been helpful in my role as the mother of a teen son.
It’s definitely one of my favorite sites as well!


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This podcast is a good resource for single men and women. I've listened to several of the episodes, and found the advice offered to be helpful. It's called the Discerning Marriage Podcast.........

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/d ... 1527009491
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WirelessRouter wrote: Fri Feb 05, 2021 9:17 pm Greetings, single bretheren of TMB, I recently found an (in my opinion) great blog/podcast called The Masculinist that I thought would be good to share here. It's a mix of Christian mens dating and life advice with some highly intelligent related socio-political commentary, and facets of becoming marriageable are not-infrequently discussed. Check it out at the link below.

The Masculinist. Non-single men also welcome. Much of the blog could be useful after vows as well.
I’ve read a lot at The Masculinist, so much so that I am considering crafting an adult Bible class around a few of the topics. There is a dirth of masculinity in the world and it has pervaded the church as well.

If you want to dive deep and stretch your mind, anything Jordan Peterson does, his podcast or his YouTube lectures, will do the trick.
It is usually futile to try to talk facts and analysis to people who are enjoying a sense of moral superiority in their ignorance. -Thomas Sowell
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