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Articles by Douglas Wilson

We Always Need a Brother

Douglas Wilson
We Always Need a Brother
As long as we’ve had books, we’ve had bookworms. Now that we have the Internet, we not only have video-game ninjas, but astute theologians also.
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Love and Respect: Basics for Marriage

Douglas Wilson
Love and Respect: Basics for Marriage
Think of it as two kinds of car that run on different kinds of fuel — diesel and regular, say. Men run on respect, and wives run on love. Men should remember that their wives need to be loved, and their wives should remember that their husbands need to be respected.
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How to Be a Puritan Husband

Douglas Wilson
How to Be a Puritan Husband

Over the course of my ministry, one of the things I have sought to emphasize is the need to embrace “reforming marriage.” Another time in the history of the church when this same emphasis arose was in the great Puritan…

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Superior Women

Douglas Wilson
Superior Women
Godly marriage is designed in such a way as to make it impossible for a man to out-give his wife. This is not because he gets to be the selfish one, but rather this is for the same reason an industrious farmer cannot possibly out-give his field.
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What Is a Kind Husband?

Douglas Wilson
What Is a Kind Husband?
We are perhaps too accustomed to the phraseology of the Pauline command to love our wives, and so it might help us to think of this central duty in terms of kindness.
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Reformation and the Critics

Douglas Wilson
Reformation and the Critics

The Reformation was a great work of the Holy Spirit of God, and it was a royal mess. Is there a problem?

One of the problems we have when we remember and appreciate great events from the past — which…

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Who Is P.G. Wodehouse, and Why Should It Matter to Us?

Douglas Wilson

On one level, reading the works of P.G. Wodehouse provides its own justification — provided you are looking to justify the reading of light comedy at the beach. But who actually needs to justify that kind of thing? To consume…

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Brothers, We Are Not Sisters

Douglas Wilson

To say that one thing is not another thing is not to register a complaint against either.

To say that the sun is not the moon is not to criticize the moon, and to say that the land is not…

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"Old, Settled, and Reformed" Is Coming at You Like a Freight Train

Douglas Wilson

Because evangelicals have not seen real revival for over a century (e.g. like the Welsh revival of 1905), as a result we have been slow to recognize our active cultivation of an ongoing culture of revival. By this I…

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