Manjot – Christian & Traditional Indian Man Seeks Christian & Traditional Wife

A man going by the first name of Manjot has given me the following information about himself for any Christian and traditional single women who may be interested:

“I am a 24 years old Indian traditional man living in Spain, waiting till marriage. I am 5 feet 7″ I am an average built guy. I am finishing electrical engineering, and will have a well paid job when I finish my bachelors. I believe in traditional gender roles within a household, I want to live a simple life with my wife and children. I want to be married to somebody who would like to live as a housewife after marriage and serve her husband and raise her kids. Looks/Ethnicity wise I don’t have any particular choice, she should be in shape (doesn’t mean looking like a model, it is unrealistic), feminine and Virgin.”

If you are a Christian and traditional woman who believes in Biblical gender roles and you are interested in speaking to Manjot further – please email me at biblicalgenderroles@gmail.com.  Make sure to include in the subject header “Regarding Manjot profile”.

And for others who would like to send me their profiles to put up on my page – please feel free to do so.  The required things I need from you are first name (even if fake), age, ethnicity, general location (like country or state you live in) and some basic information like you see in Manjot’s profile.  Also a requirement for any ads I place are that the person must be a Christian and believe in biblical gender roles – with the man leading, providing and protecting and the woman submitting to her husband, bearing and caring for children and being a keeper at home.

Dear BGR – You Are Wrong About Your View of Forced Sex in Marriage

In this latest segment of my “Dear BGR” podcast series, I address the concerns and differences that one my subscribers have with my teaching on the Biblical view of forced sex in marriage which in modern times is referred to as “marital rape”.

To listen to this podcast and hundreds of other podcasts on subjects relating to gender roles, marriage, sex and life planning all from a Biblical perspective go to BGRLearning.com.

Abortion Is Only the Tip of the Feminist Iceberg

With the news we heard this week that there is a strong chance that Roe vs Wade may be overturned we as conservative Christians cannot miss the bigger picture.

Abortion is simply the tip of the iceberg of feminism. In this podcast, I will discuss what societal changes laid the ground work for abortion and how feminism in America has dismantled God’s order of patriarchy piece by piece for almost 170 years. I will also discuss how we as Bible believing Christians can return our society to God’s design.

I would invite all my readers to please go to rumble.com and listen to this latest podcast for free. Rumble.com is the free speech alternative to YouTube. And if you would take a few moments to join rumble – it’s free and easy. Then subscribe to my channel there. By doing that you will help to move my videos up on rumble, increasing their visibility and helping to get the message of Biblical gender roles out to a larger audience.

Pearl – 24 Year Old South Indian Woman Seeks Godly and Traditional Husband

This was the profile I recently received from an Indian woman calling herself “Pearl” (not her real name).

“I just turned 24 years old. I am a South Indian girl, brought up Christian and fairly conservative and currently residing there. I currently work in IT(would of course be willing to quit to be a keeper at home). I have dark skin and am average looking(yes, I am preemptively stating this, aware that it drastically affects my prospects) – around 5′ 6”, black hair 5 inches below my shoulders and slender in build – 50Kgs
I am a Christian who believes in living in simplicity and high thinking, in terms of not getting preoccupied by vain material things all the time(not that things/money don’t matter at all but to look at more deeper spiritual things)

I love watching movies and reading and also love trying to understand about history(especially the history of Christianity), cultural and sociological issues.

In terms of the kind of marriage I want – I want to make a home for my husband and support him in all his endeavours and goals. I want someone who is Other-centered and involves in any kind of ministry. I want to submissively support him in whatever vision he has for his life.I want him to love Jesus and God’s word. I want a traditional marriage where the man takes the lead – in protecting, providing and caring for his wife. I do not want an extravagant lifestyle, I am okay with a simple lifestyle, more that the amount of money he makes, what is more important to me is that he has the attitude of responsibility in caring and providing for his wife and family. The other criteria is that he must be indian – for the sake of my family. In terms of age – not more than 32.”

If you wish to be put in contact with Pearl here is what is required:

1. You must be an Indian man.

2. You must be not more than 32.

3. You must be a Christian man who believes in biblical gender roles (man leads, protects, provides and woman submits to husband, bears children and is a keeper at home).

If you meet these three criteria then please email me at Biblicalgenderroles@gmail.com and tell me a bit about your background confirming these three items so I can forward this to Pearl to see if she wishes to speak further with you.

Silly, Simply & Foolish Women

In most churches today if a pastor were to preach from his pulpit that women can be silly, simple and foolish he would be voted out by the next Sunday.  But did you know that the Bible describes women in these three ways?  Women are more educated today than ever in the history of mankind.  But sadly, most women today lack godly wisdom and silliness, simpleness and foolishness are more prominent traits among women today than ever before.

Click here to go BGRLearning.com and listen to this podcast and hundreds of other podcasts on the topics of gender roles, life planning, marriage, sex and many other topics from a Biblical perspective.

7 Things That May be Stopping You from Getting Married

Young people are having a harder time getting married today than at any point in human history. In a new 3 part podcast series on BGRLearning.com, I take the Bible and show how our modern society’s rejection of patriarchy has caused finding a spouse to be much more difficult. But I also show from a Biblical perspective how young Christians can be putting obstacles in their way and keeping themselves from getting married.

Click here to go BGRLearning.com and subscribe today to listen to this series as well as hundreds of other podcasts on other subjects including gender roles, courtship, marriage, sex and discipline in marriage all from a Biblical perspective.

Are Strapless Wedding Dresses Immodest for Christian Women?

Many Christian women are told that it is immodest for them to consider any type of strapless wedding dress.  The primary reason they are told strapless wedding dresses are immodest is because they expose a woman’s shoulders and draw more attention to her cleavage which in turn will cause the men at the wedding and reception to lust.

The problem with this condemnation of Christian brides wearing strapless wedding dresses is that it is based on a faulty understanding of how the Bible defines modesty and lust.

In my new article for BiblicalSexology.com entitled “Are Strapless Wedding Dresses Immodest for Christian Women” I answer this question from the Bible and show how some traditional teachings about lust and modesty are not actually in line with the Biblical definitions of lust and modesty.

Click here to go that article.

Four Biblical Ways a Christian Wife Can Cope with a Cheating Husband

The world and sadly many churches today tell women to leave their cheating husbands.   But is this what the Bible tells women to do? How can a woman possibly stay with a cheating husband? How could she cope with this on a daily basis and have any kind of a relationship with her husband knowing what he is doing?

In my new podcast series on BGRLearning.com entitled “Four Biblical Ways a Christian Wife Can Cope with a Cheating Husband”, I first start out with an email from a Christian wife named Beth.  She has been married 8 years and has three children.  She recently discovered that her husband has been engaging in sexual sin while he is away on business trips.

I help her and other wives to navigate the range of emotions they are experiencing and point them to the Bible to put their husbands’ sin in a right Biblical perspective.  It is only when a woman sees her husband’s sin from God’s perspective and that she can fully accept how God wants her to cope with her husband’s sin.

Whoremongering husbands are nothing new in the history of the world.   Both men and women have been engaging in sexual sin since the beginning of mankind.  And as with many things in the Bible, his instructions to wives in how to deal with and cope with their husband’s sin is different than his instructions for men. 

It is possible for a Christian wife to have a good relationship, a loving relationship, with her whoremongering husband if she follows the commands and principles of the Word of God that I talk about in this series.

Many Christian women today may find this impossible to believe, but with God all things are possible. 

Even if you are not married or are married and don’t have a whoremongering husband, the Biblical principles in this series will help to strengthen your marriage.

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The Bible Never Calls Women “Daughters of the King”

This “daughter of the king” theology (really heresy) has been taught for many years by both conservative and liberal Christian women.  And this teaching has been extended to men being taught that “Husbands should treat their wives as daughters of the king”.  In other words, husbands should treat their wives as princesses.

In her book “Everyday Princess: Daughter of the King”, Sheila Keckler Butt writes the following:

“Young ladies: Wouldn’t it be awesome to be a real princess… not just for a day… or for a month… but for everyday… forever?! God invites as to be just that, and then gives us the perfect instruction manual for becoming His child and living like a courageous daughter of The King.”

But the truth is that nowhere, not one time in the Scriptures, are Christian women referred to as “Daughters of the King” or as princesses.

Christians Have One Prince and That is Jesus Christ

The Bible calls us “the children of God by faith in Christ Jesus” (Galatians 3:26).  And it also says God “predestinated us unto the adoption of children by Jesus Christ to himself” (Ephesians 1:5).  So, we as believers are adopted children of God through faith in Jesus Christ – Amen.

The Bible calls us as Christians “a royal priesthood (1 Peter 2:9) and says that we are citizens of heaven (Philippians 3:20).   

But the Bible never ever refers to Christians as princes or princesses.  Only Jesus Christ is called a prince in relation to God:

“The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye slew and hanged on a tree. Him hath God exalted with his right hand to be a Prince and a Saviour, for to give repentance to Israel, and forgiveness of sins.”

Acts 5:30-31 (KJV)

Does the Bible Tell Husbands to Treat their Wives as Daughters of the King or Princesses?

Nowhere does the Bible say what we see on Instagram, Facebook pages or Christian blogs that husbands should treat their wives as “daughters of king” aka princesses.   But rather, this is how the Bible actually tells husbands to treat their wives:

“Likewise, ye husbands, dwell with them according to knowledge, giving honour unto the wife, as unto the weaker vessel, and as being heirs together of the grace of life; that your prayers be not hindered.”

1 Peter 3:7 (KJV)

The Bible teaches us that men are to honor their wives as “the weaker vessel” and if their wife is a Christian, they are to honor her as a fellow heir of eternal life.  Neither this passage, or any other passage of the Bible tells men to honor their wives as “daughters of the king” or “princesses of God”.

But while the Bible never refers to Christians as princes or princesses it does in fact refer to husbands as the earthly lords (masters) of their wives:

“For after this manner in the old time the holy women also, who trusted in God, adorned themselves, being in subjection unto their own husbands: even as Sara obeyed Abraham, calling him lord: whose daughters ye are, as long as ye do well, and are not afraid with any amazement.”

1 Peter 3:5-6 (KJV)

Conclusion

God has given women an important part to play in his creation plan.   He has made woman beautiful for man, to bring man pleasure, to bear and care for his children, to keep his home and submit to and serve him (Song of Solomon 4:7, Proverbs 5:18-19, 1 Timothy 5:14, Ephesians 5:22-24).

The modern “daughter of the king” teaching which is popular among Christian women today is just another way of elevating women to a place God never meant them to be in.   

The Bible does not teach that husbands should treat their wives as “daughters of the king” but it does teach women to treat their husbands as their masters (1 Peter 3:5-6).

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Submissiveness, Reverence, Trustworthiness and Sexiness – 4 Habits Every Newlywed Wife Needs

There are four habits that every newlywed Christian wife needs to form in her marriage beginning on her wedding day.  And these are the habits of submissiveness, reverence, trustworthiness and sexiness.  In this new podcast I have produced for BGRLearning.com, I supply newlywed wives with biblically based, detailed and practical ways to help them establish these habits.

And on the term “sexiness”.  A lot of traditional women would have no issue with the habits of submissiveness, reverence and trustworthiness be required for wives but they would immediately raise their eyes at the thought that they must be sexy for their husbands.  Some think it is “un-lady like” or immodest for a wife to act in sexually arousing ways toward her husband.  Other women might say “I know I have to be submissive to my husband’s sexual desires – but where does the Bible say I have to be sexy toward him?”

In this podcast I show the answers to these questions and concerns from the Bible and practically apply these truths for newlywed Christian wives.  And while this podcast is primarily directed at newlywed Christian wives, it is never too late for Christian women who have been married many years to learn to incorporate these habits in their marriages as well.

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