Many of you may not understand why there is such a loathing for the Christian Church in the manosphere. It’s a combination of factors involving things from pretending to be anti-feminist when they’re actually not to the way that the Christian Church alienates men in general. The latter goes beyond men who find the manosphere. I found an article at Boundless, a major Christian website, that shows just how hard the Church is working to alienate men:
They are screened through children’s ministry and youth ministry. These programs remove the ones who are poorly suited to church culture. The final mix of adult churchgoers is heavily female and very short on high-testosterone men.
So if a man manages to stay in the church, he will be accused of being “low testosterone”.
Many of the dropouts are the wiggly, high-testosterone boys who grow up to become leaders, athletes and alpha males. The kind of men many women would love to be dating right now – if only there were more of them following Jesus.
Here we’re getting to the real reason why we see articles lamenting the lack of men in the church. It’s because there isn’t enough men in church that women find attractive. (This is confirmed in the author’s second article where he says that more Christian young men are needed for the women in church.) While there can be some truth to this, its not due to guys in church being “low testosterone”. It is because the men in church are trying to conform to a feminized environment, plus other problems like the single women in church have been seriously slutting it up. Don’t hold your breath expecting Boundless to talk about that.
The single men who survive the screening process generally fit one of the following profiles:
1. The Bible geeks. Quiet, studious men who love to study theological tomes. Or verbal guys who love to teach.
2. The musical. They play in the band. Or they stand on the front row raising their hands during the music.
3. The asexual. Guys who are OK with kissing dating (and kissing) goodbye.
4. The predators. Guys who know there are plenty of desperate young women in church and enjoy trying to get them in bed.
5. The social misfits. Strange men who come to church because it’s the only place women will smile at them.
If you’re into these kinds of guys, then the church dating scene isn’t so bad. If not, then you’ll have to fight over the most rare (and for some, the most desirable) category of single churchgoing men: the late converts. These are men who came to Christ in their teens or 20s, bypassing much of the screening process. Many were saved out of terrible sin. They have been forgiven much and love God much. (These guys get snapped up quickly by the best-looking women.)
So if you’re a man who manages to stay in church, you will be thought of as either a nerd, gay (it doesn’t explicitly say gay above but there are veiled references to homosexuality), asexual, a “predator” who is tricking pure women into debauchery, or creepy. (Before someone brings up the Sunday Morning Nightclub to explain the predator category, there are so few guys knowingly doing that so it wouldn’t come up on Boundless.) It’s shaming language on overload.
Chances are a man in church will be accused of being all of the above even though it makes no sense to accuse to a man of being a gay, virgin, asexual, creepy nerd who tricks women into sexual sin. Why is this? Because the church is feminized and misandrist, it throws everything that women consider to be “bad” at men even though they are physically impossible to all happen at once such as being a gay, virgin, asexual, creepy nerd who seduces women against their will. It also has to do with hiding the real nature of the women in the congregation. If you were to compare the sexual sins of the women in church vs. the men, the men on average would be much more “sexually pure” than the women. If you have spent enough time in the manosphere and/or are familiar with the 80/20 rule, this should not surprise you. What the church is trying to do is manufacture fake sins (being “creepy”, asexuality, a “nerd”) and transfer the sins the women have committed (like being a slut) on to the men.
If Jesus returned, the Christian Church would denounce him as a loser, gay, asexual, creepy, virgin nerd who was going to church just to prey on women.
What happens is that a man in church is likely to get accused of things that aren’t really sins and actual sins he’s rarely or never committed, but the women do on a weekly basis. It’s better for a man who wants to stay in church to leave the church in his teens and 20s and bang a lot of women. If you look at the last paragraph that I quoted above, it’s almost like Boundless is encouraging that strategy. This means that any pretense of actual Christianity that the Christian Church has is now gone forever.
For a man, why would he stay in the church? If he stays, he will be accused of sins he never committed and things that women want to be sins but actually aren’t. He will get more respect from the church by staying away from it as we see here. Of course, there’s no reason for him to come back because no man wants to deal with this rank hypocrisy and misandry. Eventually, the only men in church will be married men dragged there by their wives. All other men will be so thoroughly disgusted with the church that they will never come back. Even for a man that believes in Jesus won’t come back because the Christian Church is a feminized place that worships women and no longer worships Jesus/God.
Sooner or later this will cause the Christian Church to implode and die.