How The Feminizing Of America Ruined Communion: Now Guys Have To Go Out In The Woods To Talk About "Man-Stuff" Once A Year

Anthony Bradley posts about…we’ll just read the title of the post. I remember when I was at Mars Hill in the early years, there was so much controversy generated from Driscoll. (Biblical Roles, Postmodern Church stuff) I wonder if he would state his opinions the same way today? I do know it created enough controversy to generate a lot of attention to what Mars Hill was doing….anyway, here’s more on Bradley’s post…

Mark Driscoll reminds us, again, of how the feminist movement (beginning in the 1840s) pushed alcohol prohibition to keep men from gathering in pubs to talk about “man stuff”. Where do you guys get away to talk about “guy stuff”–probably somebody’s basement, dorm room, apartment, the camping trip, and so on. Isn’t it pathetic that men have to get in cars and drive way, way in the woods just to get away to get sharpened?

or this quote:

As feminism continued to infect the church, the feminist promotion of alcohol prohibition help to promote some denominations to condemn alcohol consumption as evil. Driscoll rightly notes,

“In 1869, Methodist pastor Dr. Thomas Welch created the very ‘Christian’ grape juice (Welch’s) to replace communion wine, though it is what Jesus had at the Last Supper. The marriage of Christianity and feminism helped to create a dry nation that put out of business all but the largest brewers. . .” (The Radical Reformission, 146)

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