Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Passion of Jesus: Fr. Senior’s Commentaries

I must warn you, however, that it will take some time to work through his books. They are packed with substantive information that requires prayer, thought, and reflection. Just a few pages will be a great impetus to lectio divina, or holistic spiritual reading. Continue reading

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Maxims for Living

Ten things I know Odell Hobbs 1.   Greed is Graceless; of all man’s evils and shortcomings it yields, the disgust of selfishness. Wealth never trickles down, only wisdom and kindness wields the character of grace and selflessness. 2.   Love is … Continue reading

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Female Accountability in an Increasingly Misandric Society

Women are generally accorded the benefit of the doubt and preferential treatment in conflicts with men, resulting in a tendency to expect favoritism.
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Further Reflections on Misandry and Current Studies

By contrast, the goal of dialogue, symbolic communion, is for both sides to win and neither to lose. Before engaging in intersexual or any other kind of dialogue, participants must acquire enough knowledge to do so intelligently (without relying on stereotypes). In addition, they must avoid the “mobilization of resentment” (which, as we say earlier volumes, lies at the heart of all political ideologies). Continue reading

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Helpful Books on Misandry

Pioneering Research on Misandry Dr. Katherine Young is James McGill Professor in the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University. Dr. Paul Nathanson is a senior researcher there and a professional editor. They have worked together at McGill for many … Continue reading

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Recommended Books on Men’s Issues

These books were funded by a grant from the Canadian government, and are full of research data and reference citations for the reader seeking source documents. Though academic in nature and scope, the books are accessible to the serious reader seeking to go beyond popular prejudice and examine the state of men in North American culture. Continue reading

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