Till Conscious Uncoupling Do Us Part

| April 3, 2014

The twitter universe was abuzz when actress Gwyneth Paltrow announced on her digital media website GOOP, that after 11 years of marriage, she and her husband, Coldplay front-man Chris Martin, were “consciously uncoupling.” #consciousuncoupling  . . . Say what?  Everyone else calls it a separation, split, break-up, or divorce. But Paltrow, known as somewhat of a lifestyle guru, thinks those […]

They Labor in Vain

| March 27, 2014

Psalm 127 Just a few days ago I was privileged to be able to preach at a rather significant occasion, the wedding ceremony of my first-born. Darby was, like her mother, not just a beautiful and radiant bride, but a diligent, faithful laborer in bringing the event together. When I told her I would like […]

Kids React to Gay Marriage

| March 23, 2014

Editor’s Note: This video contains homosexuals proposing to each other and public displays of affection. It contains children using the Lord’s name in vain as part of their reaction to homosexuality. It contains evidence that the homosexual agenda has brainwashed and bound the consciences of little children to their putrid ideals. We have a lot […]

How are you dealing with your first born’s impending marriage?

| March 19, 2014

Managing a Large Family Because so few people understand the logistics of managing a large family, and so few know the great genius and diligence of my dear wife, many people at the loss of my wife were most concerned about logistical concerns—how would all the stuff of managing a household get taken care of? […]

And So The Campaign For Polygamy Begins

| March 6, 2014

Now that same-sex marriage is all but a fait accompli in the US — come on, do you really think that Justice Anthony Kennedy is going to miss his chance to be the swing vote on constitutionalizing SSM? — it is time to move on to the next frontier: legalizing polygamy. Many SSM proponents have long been […]

Christ Centered Marriage In Scripture, Exposing the Devilish Lies of Feminism

| March 5, 2014

Continuing on from where we left off with Pink Sweaters Will Not Save Us. Scott Brown on how to think about the perfect marriage model what it is and why it is so.  Have you found Beautiful Womanhood helpful? Please consider supporting our efforts. Any purchase made through our Affiliate Links, helps us continue operating. Or […]

Pink Sweaters Will Not Save Us

| March 1, 2014

I love this article. By the time you have read half of it your brain hurts for all the stereotypes and variations of stereotypes of marriage discussed. And with good reason. For all of it’s refined definitions of varying marriage models I can’t help but visualize the “Fred and Wilma Flintstone” model and the “Ken […]

The Enduring Appeal of Marriage

| February 25, 2014

I went to a wedding recently. The bride was aglow with joy as she walked down the isle. The groom waited for her by the altar rale with an anxious anticipation of someone he desired very much. They wanted to bind themselves together by a thousand turns of an unbreakable rope. They wanted to leap […]

Matt Walsh: Your Husband Doesn’t Have To Earn Your Respect

| February 25, 2014

I’ve discussed at length how men should treat women. I’ve written about the lessons I plan to teach my son; lessons about how he should love, honor, respect, serve, and protect the women in his life. Indeed, men need to respect women, and we, as men, are far from perfect in that regard. Those posts — the […]

When Gospel-Loving Churches Undermine Marriage

| February 22, 2014

When sociologists chronicle how the West redefined marriage, they will cite many factors, including progressive social pressure, willing media, and liberal theology. But thoughtful evangelicals shouldn’t only point the finger at the outside world. church-wedding Even among gospel-preaching congregations, we’ve contributed to the steady erosion of a once-strong institution. And I’m not primarily talking about […]

You Never Marry the Right Person

| February 20, 2014

In generations past, there was far less talk about “compatibility” and finding the ideal soul-mate. Today we are looking for someone who accepts us as we are and fulfills our desires, and this creates an unrealistic set of expectations that frustrates both the searchers and the searched for. In John Tierney’s classic humor article “Picky, Picky, Picky” […]

The Process of Marrification

| February 8, 2014

  “I’d rather you not touch my shower towel, okay?” I quizzically glanced at my new husband, Ted. My freshly washed hands frozen in mid-air, just inches from his towel. Was he being serious? After all, he did have dry humor down to an art. This wouldn’t be the first time he’d fooled me into […]

Matt Walsh: I wasn’t ready for marriage

| February 8, 2014

You can’t possibly understand the reality of marriage — the joy, the commitment, the love, the anger, the pain, the hope, the fulfillment, the excitements, the banalities, the journey, the sacrifices, the rewards, the journey — until you’re in it. Same can be said for parenthood, only more so. How many people have been scared away […]

Matt Walsh: I’ve been divorced four times, but homosexuals are the ones destroying marriage

| February 4, 2014

Last night, someone emailed and asked me to write about the gay marriage case inVirginia. This morning, a woman from Wisconsin asked if I would blog about the gay marriage case in her state. A few readers in Utah have also requested that I chime in on the gay marriage fight there. And so I was going to do just that. I sat […]

Someone has to Worry about Money

| February 1, 2014

“There is in every true woman’s heart a spark of heavenly fire, which lies dormant in the broad daylight of prosperity; but which kindles up, and beams, and blazes in the dark hour of adversity. No man knows what the wife of his bosom is–no man knows what a ministering angel she is–until he has gone with her through the fiery trials of this world.” ~ From “The Wife” by Washington Irving