Is the “Red Pill” Mindset Biblical?

Is the “Red Pill” Mindset Biblical? January 17, 2020

Impractical Joker Joe looking for our Larry

Do we really even to ask? Apparently Larry Solomon of Biblical Gender Roles, he of the red pilling followers thinks it bears discussion. I think we can safely conclude that hatred of women is not a Biblical response, even as Larry et al approves of forcing a wife to have sex against her will and other rather heinous actions like controlling her by how you dole out pain medication.

Larry has written two very word salady pieces, one about women and this one about Red Pill guys.

Larry starts with this claim that women will have sex more readily with men who do not give an owl’s hoot about them instead of guys that try to please them:

Is there some truth to this? Are women attracted to men who do not live to please them but rather to please themselves? Yes, many women are attracted to this. Others are not. Will a man probably “get laid” more if he has this mindset of not needing to please women and living only for what pleases him? Most likely yes.

Statistics, real scientific statistics or you’re just guessing here, Larry-boy!

Man’s first sin was in listening to his wife, seeking to please her over pleasing God or in Red Pill vernacular, making his wife his mental point of origin

Nope,  Adam had free will, he didn’t have to eat the apple or pomegranate or whatever strange fruit it was that Eve had already eaten. Larry is assuming that Adam’s motivation for eating the forbidden fruit was to please Eve. There’s nothing in scripture that indicates this is why Adam did what he did.

More dumb woman blaming by a patriarchal non-thinking type.

A man who lives his life to please his wife is by very definition controlled by his wife. And God says the man who pleases him will never allow himself to be controlled by a woman:

His scriptural backing is quoting Ecclesiastes 7:26, a scripture that talks of how harlots and evil women are, not every single woman!

I will give Larry credit, he follows with the idea that men are not to selfishly made  their own selves and desires a point of origin for all their actions.

With every decision we as men make, we should not be asking whether this would please the woman we are with, but rather we should be asking “Would this decision be pleasing to Christ?”

Yes, Larry, please ask Christ how Godly it is to rape your wife and withhold pain pills.

As we have previously shown in this series, Red Pill teaches that the male imperative, or man’s mission, is to sow his seed as often as possible with as many women as possible. In other words, have sex as often as possible.

The grand irony of all of this is that Red Pill men, Incels, Mgtows and others from ther group are having way less sex that just about any other group this side of Catholic nuns.

The Bible however, stands apart from both Red Pill and historic church teachings regarding the primary purpose of sex. The Bible does not say the primary purpose which God made sex was reproduction neither does it tell men only to have sex with their wives to have children.

Uh, Larry, science and scientists have something different to say on the motivations for sex. Much of the primary motivation for sex is biologically hard wired in, and hasmore to do with propagation of the species more than marital bonding.

Larry then reverts to his usual favorite subject, the wonders of marital sex. Keep in mind this is a guy that has copiously whined about not getting enough sex from two different wives, and that advises men to never look into the weeping  devastated faces of their wives while having forced sex with them.

Red Pill is absolutely right that a woman should never be a man’s mental point of origin. But Red Pill is absolutely wrong that a man should make himself his mental point of origin. Instead as Christian men we must make Christ our mental point of origin. What would Christ have us do in a given situation? What would Christ have us do with our lives? These are questions we should be asking ourselves on a daily basis.

Not rape anyone, not be mean to others, to not behave like an abusive monster? Or am I asked too much?

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