Who Says "Let’s"

Piper says:“At the heart of masculinity is a sense of benevolent responsibility to lead”This is the essence of Biblical manhood. Piper says you can see this in a marriage by who says “let’s.”“Let’s look over the finances.”“Let’s go out to eat.”A husband should be one who takes the initiative to lead. Many wives are frustrated …

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David Wells in No Place for Truth writes a very relevant bit concerning the effects of modernity on the idividual’s phyche. He borrows from David Riesman when describing the “other-directed” person. On the whole, contemporary individualism is thoroughly emancipated, declining to draw values from the past (even the previous generation). But, paradoxically, it gives up …

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