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By Michael Voris, Church Militant, July 17, 2020

It’s extremely costly.



The prevailing problem in America today, as well as in the Church — the root cause — is failed manhood. The tentacles of this problem have reached into every aspect of life — economic, psychological, emotional, spiritual. No area of the human experience has been left un-devastated by it.

On the cultural level, failed manhood is manifested in numerous ways, from the so-called gay-rights movement to the gangs ruling the urban landscape. Each in their own ways, those two realities are living examples of what happens when manhood fails. In the area of urban gangs (and the attendant violence and killings), manhood is understood as the assertion of power and violence over the weaker. 

That’s a misuse, an abuse, of the physical power of manhood. Unlike what the Marxist narrative has been drumming into people’s minds for decades, there is a difference between males and females. Males are generally physically stronger and more powerful than females. It’s just a biological fact. It doesn’t make men “better” than women or women “worse” than men, any more than the biological fact that women get pregnant makes them “better” than men.  …