Society of Phineas – The Best of 2013
It’s the end of 2013, so like 2012 it seems fitting to dig into the vault that is the site stats and pull out what is the most viewed posts. That said, here we go, along with some summaries and reflections. Here are the top five most viewed posts of the site for 2013, irrespective of authorship date:
1. Single Christian Men Don’t Seek Christian Wives (#2) (08-03-2012)
This post that focuses on the church environment and the fact that church officials can’t seem to get past their blaming of men to see the factors that are on them to deal with that push men away from dating in church continues to be a favorite in terms of views, showing up many times through search engine accesses and discussions to the point that it has double the number of accesses as the next post.
2. Marriage 2.0 Wife = Unquestioned Head of Household (06-08-2012)
This post has gotten more popular this year, having shown up in several searches and discussions, even though it was written very early in the history of this blog. It analyzes a Scottish article which points out in terms of decision-making that married men are ceding control of their own lives over to their wives, who have become the heads of households. This desired dynamic is the goal of those who are evangelizing Marriage 2.0 – marriages where the wives have absolute total control and the men are nothing but draft animals there for the service of the women.
3. Letter To A Young Churchian Woman (06-10-2013)
I write a letter in response to a young woman, who was posting letters to “her future husband” on her blog. Part of that was her 33 point requirements list for her husband. This provided not only an opportunity to address the error of this young woman’s ways, but the errors of all Churchian women who are unrealistically looking for their own Personal Jesus In The Flesh as their husbands. This was helped in traffic by being picked up by a couple of blogs.
4. Single Christian Men Don’t Marry (#1) (08-02-2012)
This post describes some of the attitudes of the single women involved which were quoted in the articles that came up. These include the lack of commitment that women have towards actually being married, instead being focused on education, career, church service, the wedding, the dress, the ring, and a host of other things. Finally it describes how discontent women are in general, and even more so when it comes to their marital status.
5. Where Have All The Good Women Gone? (11-04-2013)
The post wherein I addressed the attitude that came up repeatedly around that time that women don’t have to do anything in order to find boyfriends – they can just sit back and have the interested guys roll in. I pointed out the folly in that “ask, seek, knock” applies to women too.
Here are the top five authored this year:
1. Letter To A Young Churchian Woman (06-10-2013)
2. Where Have All The Good Women Gone? (11-04-2013)
3. BD #1 – Women Are The More “Spiritual” Sex (01-31-2013)
The first in a 8 post series on James Dobson’s book Straight Talk To Men And Their Wives. This post addressed the typical Churchian attitude that women are the more “spiritual” and “godly” sex, explaining that this measurement comes by their willingness to participate in the Churchian services and consume the products that these Churchian proctors put out. Furthermore, it points out how the women are pandered to by these figures.
4. Fem-Porn Watch – Yes Men Are Bad, Women Are Good. (01-03-2013)
My continuing commentary on the sexist (and feminist) nature of anti-pornography avocation, specifically the fact that the figures railing against the pornography men like are silent about the kind women like, brought me to a video of Pat Robertson’s commentary on Fifty Shades of Grey on the 700 Club. Instead of condemning it, he manages to prove that it is indeed with these folks that all women are good and pure, and all men are evil and vile.
5. Marriage 1.0 vs. Marriage 2.0 (05-24-2013)
My chart explaining what Marriage 2.0 is and contrasting it with Marriage 1.0. Summarizes a great number of posts on this site and how marriage has been changed by the feminists of all stripes into something vile and wicked in the sight of the Lord.
I conclude this post by thanking all of you who have read this blog and those of you who have supported this blog by linking to it in your blog rolls and link fest posts. I offer the prayer of the hope that 2014 will bring much glory to God and blessing to all of those involved.
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