Thursday, September 1, 2016

Gamma theology and the one sin

Contra Thomas Aquinas and other great Christian theologians of the past, the Churchian theologians of today have determined that woman, being only barely fallen, are capable of only one sin:
We live in an age obsessed with women’s self esteem.  Feminists assure us that all (or nearly all) of our problems would be solved if only women held themselves in higher regard.  This is closely tied to the idea that women being “true to themselves” is a central virtue.  According to our modern thought process women are innately good, so if they have the confidence to be true to themselves they will point men towards virtue.  Instead of looking to God for our moral compass, women are to follow their hearts and men are tofollow women.  These ideas are contrary to the Bible, yet they have been widely adopted by modern Christians.
In Matt Walsh’s letter to his daughter, his greatest fear is that she will grow up to lack self esteem because our society will tell her she isn’t good enough:
That’s why I wrote this letter. For the times when the pressures of the world — the constant, deafening din, screaming “you’re not pretty enough, you’re not good enough” — become a little too heavy to shoulder. Whether it’s 7 years from now, or 17, or 70 — whenever you need a reminder, here it is:
You’re beautiful.
Similarly, Glenn Stanton teaches parents that unlike their sons, their daughters will naturally develop virtue, so long as society doesn’t get in the way:
What are the essential qualities that transform our daughters into mature, secure women?
As you read through the qualities described below, please keep in mind that much of this is innate, but because our culture seems to fight so hard to suppress certain natural tendencies, it’s our privilege and responsibility as parents to watch out for opportunities to nurture and guide in these areas.
Christian women are of course hearing the message, as the blogger at Drurywriting discovered when teaching college students about sin.  In Do Women sin? he explains that while his students have no trouble identifying a list of sins men are tempted by, they are reliably stumped when he asks them to list sins women tend to be tempted by.  After he sets only the women in the class to come up with a female sin, they eventually find one:
Lack of self esteem
I expect that the Game-aware Christian will recognize that this is not Christian theology, but rather the Gamma corruption of Christian theology, which stems from the primary Gamma motivator: the idea that through steadfast pedestalization and obsequiousness, a woman might one day be willing to let him have sex with her.


Blue88 said...

When I got married, I wanted us to have a girl. I thought I would be a good father to a girl, leading her to a good life, virtuous and pure. I was blessed with three boys. For that, I thank God. I would be in prison now, or dead. I cannot and would not and will not accept this world's idea of what a woman is or should be.

It is hard enough raising boys in this world.

Dexter said...

I would have thought any father raising a daughter would know that they are perfectly capable of pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, anger, and sloth.

Whisker biscuit said...

Matt Walsh = douche nozzle

I often wondered who read his naval-gazing manure, but I saw a couple of girls on Facebook sharing his stories.

Damn cuck.

Harambe said...

Everything on TV and on New Media platforms is aimed at a female audience. It's the only way to make a living outside of a couple of male-centric niche markets (like finance, cars and titties).

Happy Housewife said...

I went to a Christian college and even though the dorms were strictly segregated (men, women, marrieds, singles = all in separate dorms on opposite sides of the campus), only the women's had alarms that went off if a door opened after curfew. We were told it was because of the boys who would break in, of course. I'm thinking the powers that be there had a better grasp of female nature than the staff.

Erynne said...

I wonder what percentage of Gamma males don't have a sister?

tweell said...

We are all fallen and sinners. I fail to see how having an innie instead of an outie changes this.

Anonymous said...

The proper order:
God leads man leads woman

The Churchian order:
Woman leads man (God irrelevant)

Anonymous said...

I wonder what percentage of Gamma males don't have a sister?

FWIW Brian Gilmartin's 1985 study of "love-shy men" discovered that they were much more likely than normals not to have sisters. Having brothers didn't make much of a difference either way.

dc.sunsets said...
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dc.sunsets said...

Don't psychology studies reliably reproduce findings that blacks have grossly unrealistic, elevated self-esteem? Seems related to this OP.

If asked what sin women exhibit, I'd be able to answer instantly. LAM, LAM, LAM, ("Look At Me") exhibitionism used as a weapon in her State of Nature (war of all against all) battles with every other woman for the attentions of every other man (including other women's husbands.) On a ten-point scale, lots of women appear at a 7+, where a full 10 will openly admit that her goal is to "put my face on his next O."

This behavior puts women on the scale of how close to the epicenter of every drama, institutional dysfunction or instance of chaos she will always be found. The most toxic of them openly enjoy their status as an Agent of Chaos in other's lives.

I think it's genetic, BTW. Serene, low-chaos-spectrum women bear low-chaos-spectrum daughters. This is part of why daughters of divorced parents are more likely to blow up their own marriages. Crazy fruit lands near crazy trees.

Martin said...

If I were going to come up with the most prevalent sins which afflict women, it would be:

Covetousness (greed, etc.)

All of these are also male sins. It doesn't really work to talk about sins which are "primarily" male vs. female. All women are also guilty of lust and pride.

I was taught the Ten Commandments as a child, not just by rote, but also what they mean, and how every sin falls under their condemnation. This is sadly lacking in most churches today.

Jed Mask said...

Aiyahyahyah! Amen.

Anonymous said...

The conservative Catholic subculture, which it took me a while to discover is just as corrupted by Modernism as most of the rest of Catholics, likes to think it's being politically incorrect in talking about there being a difference between men and women. But when they talk about that difference they always end up claiming that women are spiritually superior and men are meant to serve them.

A former acquaintance of mine (who turned out to be a diabolical narcissist) took these ideas and proposed that women qua women are capable of greater Goodness than men. I was absolutely floored and simply said, No, because that would mean that the Blessed Virgin Mary, the best woman ever, was better than our Lord Jesus Christ, the best man ever, and that's absolutely impossible. She grudgingly agreed, but still insisted that women tend to be more virtuous… smh.

Aeoli Pera said...

This isn't a perversion of anything Christian. What is the original idea it would be perverting?

Aeoli Pera said...

We are all fallen and sinners. I fail to see how having an innie instead of an outie changes this.


JCclimber said...

So, I guess their Bibles are missing the entire book of James.
Or they somehow think that gossip and loose tongues are uniquely the sin of men.

That women are incapable of coveting.

It really is simplified when you swallow the red pill knowledge that women have an incredibly difficult time analyzing their own selves and their own motivations, and yet are simultaneously incredible solipsistic.

Terrific said...

I challenge every Christian man to read the through Book of Proverbs and NOT say, "Not All Women Are Like That!"

For the lips of a Strange Woman drip honey
And smoother than oil is her speech;
4 But in the end she is bitter as wormwood,
Sharp as a two-edged sword.
5 Her feet go down to death,
Her steps take hold of Hell.
6 She does not ponder the path of life;
She is unstable but she does not know it.

9 [Do not hook up with the Strange Woman] Or you will give your vigor to others
And your years to the cruel one;
10 . . .***And your hard-earned goods will go to the house of an alien;***
11 And you groan at your final end
When your flesh and your body are consumed;
12 And you say, “How I have hated instruction!
And my heart spurned reproof!
13 “I have not listened to the voice of my teachers,
Nor inclined my ear to my instructors!
14 “I was almost in utter ruin
In front of my family and friends.
. . .

18 rejoice in the wife of your youth.
19 As a loving hind and a graceful doe,
Let her breasts satisfy you at all times;
Be exhilarated always with her love.

Proverbs 14:1 A wise woman builds her home, but a foolish woman ***tears it down with her own hands.***
In the midst of the assembly and congregation.”

ScottC said...

These "gamma" men are heretics who should be kicked out of the churches. Churches need to start excommunicating people. Women are just as tainted by original sin as men.

Anonymous said...

... this is not Christian theology, but rather the Gamma corruption of Christian theology ...

Well, no. "Feminism" is older than history itself. The cult of the female was always in human history the cult of chaos, death and human sacrifice. (Even those who haven't read old books will have at least watched 'Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom'.)

Modern 'feminism' is no different: it's the same worship of chaos and death that it was 10000 years ago. This is why feminists will foam at the mouth demanding abortions and promiscuous sex, while completely ignoring, for example, the problem of staphylococcus infections in maternity wards. (A debilitating problem even in first-world countries.)

In a sane world where words mean what they mean 'feminism' would focus on specifically feminine issues: childbirth and pregnancy, not ways to kills children.

The idea that women can't sin is a tacit, unspoken worship of the primordial chaos. (In 'feminist' religions this chaos is assumed to be female in nature.)

liberranter said...

Churches need to start excommunicating people.

The effect that this would have on the contents of the collection plate (a lean receptacle under even the best of conditions) would be catastrophic. Also, for those "churches" that are 501C3 chartered tax-exempt non-profit corporations, excommunication would leave them potentially vulnerable to lawsuits.

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