The Good Man: Masculine Virtue from The Aeneid

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The Good Man: Masculine Virtue from The Aeneid
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In The Aeneid, Virgil paints a picture of the good man through the story of Aeneas. Having fled after Troy fell to the Greeks, our hero embarks on a journey to plant a city for his son and future generations. In the process, we learn that Aeneas is a good man because he has developed pietas, gravitas, and auctoritas. In this episode, we’ll talk about what those virtues are and why they’re central to understanding masculinity.

Special thanks to this episode’s sponsors, Reformation Heritage Books, and Christendom Bible College.

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