Is the new masculine movement harmful to women, or helpful to the church? -weigh in
Soon our church is doing the John Eldridge's "Wild at Heart: Road Map to the Masculine Spiritual Journey" (yes that's REALLY the name) for a men's bible study.
I think John may be trying MAN-UP Christianity, and make it more appealing to manly guys. Make it more marketable or something. Does this imply the feminine is bad? I realize that approx 60-70% of churches attendees consist of women in Evangelicalism and things are geared toward them and may tend to be to their tastes (songs and music styles for instance), and this attendance stat isn't true is Islam or Judaism or Orthodox Christianity, so some think new tactics are needed maybe. But it seems superficial, even insulting to men, actually.
Care to weigh in?