The Elusive Wapiti is posting an important series on the corruption of Christianity by feminism. In the first part, he looks at how many putative non-feminists have unthinkingly accepted feminist lies about the past. In the second part, he defends patriarchy’s emphasis on female chastity and male responsibility.
Also not to be missed is Alcuin’s review of a book defending the Islamic view of sexual complementarity against the assault of Western feminism. The book is The Heart of Islam by Seyyed Hossein Nasr, and it sounds better than anything a Christian has written about the family in ages.
As I’ve argued in the past, Christianity properly understood is a solidly patriarchal religion. Historically, it has been patriarchy’s best friend.