In this episode, I talk with Dave and Kyle from Reformed Operator about why God so often prefers to work through faithful men serving as warriors for His cause. Such was the case with the Rhodesian SAS and Selous Scouts, which we talk about in this episode. We also talk about Kyle’s recent article, Who Dares Wins, about the Rhodesian SAS. We talk about what Guerilla Theology is, why it’s important, and how you can develop a “Minuteman Mindset.”
In this episode, I interview Rory Groves, author of the book, Durable Trades: Family Centered Economies that have Stood the Test of Time.
We’ll talk about what got Rory doing research for the book, what authors influenced him, and why fiat currency in an inflationary debt-based economy is destroying America. We’ll discuss his family’s farm, how the Industrial Revolution impacted families, and what life within a durable household economy is actually like.
Polarization gets a lot of bad press today, especially among elites in academia, media and psychology. Polarization is supposedly driving Americans apart. Despite what you have heard, however, Polarization can be a powerful tool for effective communication. It’s also an essential strategy for the next phase of the culture war.
In this episode, I’ll talk about why polarization is so effective and how you can harness its power. Whether you’re a pastor, business leader, or creative, polarization is a powerful tool.
In this episode, I talk with Pastor Rich Lusk from Trinity Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama, about the state of masculinity in the church today. We talk about why the church’s softness on Genesis 1-3 has weakened its ability to respond to cultural issues related to sex and gender distinction, and why psychologists like Jordan Petersen are often better than Christians at pointing to reality.
In this episode, I was interviewed by Pastor Tom Foorde of Hope Reformed Baptist Church in Brisbane, Australia (AU). We talk about the state of masculinity, why being soft is a sin, and how men can grow in masculine godly virtues.
In this episode, I review Rory Groves’ book, Durable Trades: Family Centered Economies that Have Stood the Test of Time. One of my favorite new books for 2021, Groves’ book details the trades that were around when the U.S. was founded and that still exist today. It’s a great book for men, sons, & fathers as they seek to establish durable households in a world of chaos.
In this episode, we’ll talk about how overload—living life without margins—is destroying men. We’ll talk about why this is a bad thing, what environmental factors lead to this condition, and what it does to a man’s health, hormones, and legacy.
We’ll also talk about real world strategies for avoiding burnout, crushing overload, and living a more fruitful, meaningful, and enjoyable life.
In this episode, I talk with Aaron Renn from The Masculinist about why Republicans hate your (Christians’) guts, why Tim Keller has drawn so much criticism from other Christians, and what books Aaron’s been reading about masculinity. Be sure to
In this episode, I talk with Michael Foster about our present cultural moment and how the church has responded in 2020 to the virus situation. In turn, we talk about how men in the church can lean into the adversity,
In this episode, I talk with Matt Trewhella about his book, “The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates: A Proper Resistance to Tyranny and a Repudiation of Unlimited Obedience to Civil Government.” Probably one of the most important reads at our
In this episode, I talk with Ben Zornes, executive pastor at Christ Church in Moscow, ID. We talk about how post-millenial theology impacts their church’s work, why singing as manly men in the church is so important, and what’s wrong
What would happen if singles in the biblical patriarchy camp had a resource to help them in their quest for godly marriage? In this episode, I’ll talk with Brandon Durham about his startup Dominion Dating, a dating site built specifically
In this episode, I interview Zach Garris, author of “Masculine Christianity.” We discuss many elements of Zach’s book, which addresses biblical patriarchy, gender roles, and sexuality according to Scripture. Should women serve in combat? Do gender roles apply only to
In this episode, I’ll review Zach Garris’ new book, Masculine Christianity, which unpacks biblical, historic patriarchy in excellent fashion. As I said in the episode, “This is probably the most important book on masculinity, femininity, and biblical sexuality that I’ve
In this episode, I interview pastor Jared Sparks of The Shepherd’s Crook about Wild at Heart by John Eldredge. Jared had the unique privilege of interviewing John on his podcast, so he has some fascinating insights about the book, 90s men’s ministries,
As Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey perfectly capture, somewhere at the heart of man’s identity is the struggle to find meaningful warfare and rootedness in place. I’ll discuss this tension in this episode of the Hard Men Podcast. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ericconn Website:
In this episode, I’ll talk about manly avocations — or what are often referred to as hobbies, recreational activities, or extracurricular pursuits. These are the often very serious pursuits men engage in outside of their primary vocation, job, or work.