Don’t Get This Blog Confused With One With Similar Name
There is another blog with a name very similar to this one. I think it’s by a married lady and her husband? It’s called The Christian Pundit, where as mine is simply “Christian Pundit.”
Here is a link to the other blog:
(Link): The Christian Pundit
I don’t know the people at that blog and have nothing to do with it.
Someone at another blog linked to a page at that one – she has a page about what qualities to look for in a spouse if you are single and wanting to get married. I remember having read that page a few months ago but did not agree with all of its points.
She/he/they (whoever owns the blog) has several posts about Christians and sex, and one about single Christian men…
Note that my posting these does not necessarily mean I agree with all advice or view points:
Re this comment from their page:
- 1. It will impact your spiritual life. If the girl is not a believer, drop her now. You have no right to yoke yourself with someone who is not a believer, and a responsibility to obey Scripture’s clear and good direction in this
Uh, no. When you’re nearing mid-40s and are still never-married and there are no unmarried Christian men your age on dating sites or in churches it is unrealistic to keep holding out for a Christian man. You need to consider dating atheists, agnostics, and other Non Christians.
I think this is the post for the single ladies:
(Link) It Matters Whom You Marry
Re (comment by THE Christian pundit from the “It Matters Whom You Marry” post):
- If the guy is not a believer, you can stop right there. You have no business yoking a redeemed soul with an unregenerate one, even if he seems open to change.
That idealistic advice may sound good to give to a twenty year old girl, but not to a 40ish single woman who wants to marry.
Please note that the people at that blog also apparently believe in a procreation mandate, which is not binding on believers today:
(Link): Religion and Babies
- In the following TED talk, Hans Rosling posits the argument that religion really has nothing to do with birth rates. The talk is a fascinating one, and seems to indicate a general global pattern of declension from the God-given mandate to “be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it.” (Genesis 1:28)
See these posts at this blog for refutations of those beliefs, or for views that differ from them:
(Link): Being Unequally Yoked
(Link): The Child Free City