We rightfully jump on people who say happiness is a choice. This is because often what they mean is watering down the definition of happiness to accommodate being able to produce it on cue. Maybe to slow burn contentment. But what I think they are getting at is the idea that happiness is a learned […]
When it all boils down. all being attractive means is you attract people. It has nothing to do with looks. The reason we associate it with looks is because you usually have to look good to nab the most desirable mates.
Women often lament the lack of good Christian men to marry. A Barna Group survey backs this up—only 38% of evangelicals are men. Why? As an ex-evalgelical I toss up some reasons. The commodification of men (verses the decommodification of women). The first thing you have is the oft-denied (but more often practiced) currents of […]