Notable Indications – IV

Michael Crichton: Environmentalism Is A Religion

The Huma Unmentionables

Mile-High Thoughts About Culture And Higher Ed

Quantum Conservatism?

James Risen, The First Amendment, Congress, And The Emperor Hussein

No More Conversations About Race

Unlike liberals who see what they believe, conservatives tend to believe what we see.

 Your Help Is Hurting: How Church Foreign Aid Programs Make Things Worse

The Mother Of All Scandals

Lies And Liberalism

0′s Brother Linked To Muslim Brotherhood

James Taranta And The IRS

0′s Successful Foreign Failure

Self-Defense Against Mexican Drug Gangs

The Three Options Of Mohammedan Evangelism

What if We Actually Had a War on Terror?

Re-Shoring USA Manufacturing

 Prestige And Power In Statecraft

How Far Should Churches Go to Appeal to Men?

From the comments:

Most successful way to appeal to both men and women: Male only church leadership.

Men love to belong to male dominated organizations. On the other hand, women love to belong to male dominated organizations. Don’t believe me? Have you ever thought it was odd that women always want to belong to men’s business organizations, men’s career fields, men’s social clubs, men’s athletic clubs, etc., but men avoid women’s organizations.

I once attended a large and rapidly growing conservative Lutheran congregation which had a male-only leadership. I was astounded by two things. First, board and congregational meetings were more calm, to the point and productive than any church meetings I have ever been to. In three years, I never heard someone said, “Well, I feel . . .” Second, it had the strongest bunch of women I have ever known in any church I’ve ever attended. Having men in visible, public leadership roles and the women in deeply influential, behind the scenes roles worked very well for that congregation.

I suspect the church’s acquiescence to feminism in the sixties and seventies badly damaged it. As men fled the church, the church did not become larger. It did not even get more women members because as the men left, the women follow them out the door. The more women want to be in charge, the more men leave. The more men leave, the more the women leave because an organization is only valuable to them if there are lots of men in it. It’s deeply ironic, isn’t it?.

A Future With Only 10 Universities

 Restoring Nobility to the Constitution: A Modern Approach to a Founding Principle

Chemists Find Biological Complexes That Beat Chance

Supreme Court Justice Robert Jackson At Nuremberg

Lubricating the Slippery Slope: The Intellectual Astroglide Of The Effete

Collier & Horowitz: Goodbye To All That

The Permanent Bipartisan Fusion Party, Gangland, The Chief Justice And The Patient Deflection And Unaffordable Care Act

It’s Time For Companies To Fire Their Human Resource Departments

AMDG

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