Welcome to episode 6 of the Knight and Rose podcast! This is the first episode where my audio is improved, so you should not notice an echo. In this episode, we discuss what it means to be masculine according to a Christian worldview. If you like this episode, please subscribe to the podcast, and subscribe to our Youtube channel. We would appreciate it if you left us a 5-star review on Apple iTunes / Apple Podcasts.
Christian apologists Wintery Knight and Desert Rose discuss apologetics, policy, culture, relationships, and more. Each episode equips you with evidence you can use to boldly engage anyone, anywhere. We train our listeners to become Christian secret agents. Action and adventure guaranteed. 30-45 minutes per episode. New episode every week.
Episode 6 Summary:
Wintery Knight and Desert Rose discuss male nature. We discuss Bible verses that describe masculine virtues and roles. We discuss how masculinity is portrayed in classical movies, classical literature, and military history. We talk about male strengths, and how men leverage their strengths to lead and equip others. We talk about which women are the most attractive to men who are on mission. We talk about whether men have to get married and have children in order to be masculine.
Wintery Knight is a black legal immigrant. He is a senior software engineer by day, and an amateur Christian apologist by night. He has been blogging at winteryknight.com since January of 2009, covering news, policy and Christian worldview issues.
Desert Rose did her undergraduate degree in public policy, and then worked for a conservative Washington lobbyist organization. She also has a graduate degree from a prestigious evangelical seminary. She is active in Christian apologetics as a speaker, author, and teacher.
Cultural Marxism, a lecture from Founders Ministries featuring Pastor Voddie Baucham
The First of the Few (movie, aka “Spitfire”)
High Noon (movie)
A lesson about men for marriage-minded women from the movie “High Noon” by Wintery Knight
Cyrano de Bergerac (movie, based on a play by Edmond Rostand)
A Man for All Seasons (movie, based on a play by Robert Bolt)
Emma (movie, based on a book by Jane Austen. Note: the 2009 version is my favorite)
Badly Done, Emma (a scene from the 2009 movie version of Emma)
Wahoo: The Patrols of America’s Most Famous World War II Submarine by Richard “Dick” O’Kane
Clear the Bridge! The War Patrols of the U.S.S. Tang by Richard “Dick” O’Kane
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