Is Christianity a Masculine or Feminine Religion?

Is Christianity a Masculine or Feminine ReligionBrett and Kate McKay, from the Art of Manliness website, have penned two excellent articles where they examine Christianity’s “manhood problem.”

What sort of manhood problem are they referring to? How about this?

Pew Research has found that, on average, Christian congregants across the world skew about 53% female, 46% male. In the U.S., surveys show a split that’s even wider: 61% women to 39% men (the gap occurs in every age category, and is thus not due to the fact that women live longer than men). In sheer numbers, what this means is that on any given Sunday in America, there are 13 million more women than men attending church.

So, what I’d like to do in today’s article is encourage you to check out the first two articles… once the third is available I’ll update this accordingly.

Part 1: Christianity’s Manhood Problem: An Introduction

Part 2: Is Christianity an Inherently Feminine Religion?

But wait… there’s more! When you get done reading these articles I’d really encourage you to check out their podcast… it’s fantastic! A recent episode I really enjoyed focused on how to get the most out of body weight workouts. Very good stuff.

Until next time… be holy, eat clean, and do more push-ups!