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How do I view my right to authority as a man? As a man I am meant to create order, to provide rules, to impose obedience upon others to the rules that I set. Men collectively impose rules upon the society overall; men collectively setting the rules of government or the practices and teachings of church institutions while I as an individual man impose rules personally upon my immediate sphere of influence such as my wife and children and other roles I may play in life such as being a supervisor at work.
Through punishment, of course. I want it to be unwise or not worth the effort and not self-serving for those under my authority to disobey me. I want to be obeyed for a reason; I want my authority as a man to be respected for a reason. When someone that I have a legitimate claim of authority over violates my authority or seeks to undermine my authority they are doing Punishing my wife real harm against me and against those I am trying to serve; a harm that justifies punishment against the harm, against the disobedience that is causing the harm.
Does a teacher have the right to punish an unruly student? Does a supervisor have the right to punish an uncooperative employee? Does the court system have the right to punish someone who has broken the law?
The reason for the right of the person in authority in these different situations to punish those under their authority who violate their rules is rather obvious. The teacher that cannot punish Punishing my wife students for misbehavior will soon have Punishing my wife wild out-of-control classroom. The supervisor that cannot punish or fire their employees will have an unproductive work environment leading the business to soon fail. The court system not being able to enact criminal punishments against lawbreakers will lead to a breakdown of law and order. The legitimate authority of the teacher over their students is a real thing; it is an authority that exists for a reason.
Same for the authority of the Punishing my wife over their employees, same for the authority of the law over the citizen. All of these different authorities are real and exist for a reason and are enforced through punishment. So, does a husband have legitimate authority over his wife, authority that the husband is entitled to uphold and enforce through punishment?
To this question I would say yes, yes in general terms under ordinary circumstances. The husband gives and the wife receives in the marital relationship between husband and wife. What are the consequences of attacking and undermining male authority in the context of romantic relationships and marriage?
The consequence is unstable and insecure relationships between men and women, this shown by the higher divorce rate.
The harms of the attack against male authority in the family are very very real and very very manifest. Definitely the avoidance Punishing my wife these harms to family life that result from male authority being undermined and attacked by the feminists and egalitarians justifies punishment against women who defy the rightful and legitimate authority that their male romantic partners and husbands seek to claim over them. Men have the right to claim and enforce order within the family just like the teacher has the right to impose order on their students, just like the employer has the right to impose order on the work environment, just like the law has the right to impose order on society overall.
This position or viewpoint is difficult for me to understand. The idea being promoted by certain Christian Complementarians seems to be that it is sinful for a wife to be rebellious against her husband but that it is also sinful for a husband to seek to gain control over his wife through coercive means, that the disobedient wife is aggressing against her husband and that the punishing husband is aggressing against his wife with his punishment, that wifely disobedience is bad but that husbands punishing the wife for disobedience is also bad. Only in the marital relationship context is it claimed that it is wrong for the wife to rebel against Punishing my wife husband but that it is also wrong for the husband to seek to control his wife through coercive means.
A husband does not have the right to demand or extract submission from his wife. Not ever. In a Christian marriage, the focus is never on rights, but on personal responsibility. A wife is not called to submit to sin, mistreatment, or abuse. Godly women do not submit to sin.
They carefully and intentionally weigh and discern how to submit Punishing my wife sinful human authority in light of their primary responsibility to submit to the ways of the Lord. No brain-dead doormats or spineless bowls of Jello here! Submission is neither mindless nor formulaic nor simplistic. Submitting to the Lord sometimes involves drawing clear boundaries and enacting consequences when a husband sins.
Submission is an attitude of the heart. Yes if he is a competent ordinary not clearly wrong husband. The wife should be obeying an authority above her husband to justify her disobedience against her husband; disobedience should not be something that the wife decides on simply based on her own judgment of things. I take my responsibility to submit to him seriously.
That means that I am cherished and have a voice. That means that he is respected and supported. I work with him, and pull in the same direction. This all sounds well and good. Does this mean she has a duty or an obligation to submit to her husband? Does this mean she is committing a sin if she chooses instead to defy her husband?
If it is a sin to defy her husband does that mean maybe just maybe she should be punished for such a sin or transgression against her husband? If not why not? I love responding to his lead. I respect who God created him to be as a man—and support his efforts to provide godly oversight for our family. I respect the position of responsibility that goes along with being a husband and father.
For me, submission is one of those things that is far more easily identified by its absence rather than its presence. What strikes me about these paragraphs is that Kassian is taking on a lot of self-discipline to try to make herself an agreeable easy to get along with generally obedient and not confrontational wife.
Feminism claims that male authority is by definition bad; patriarchy claims that male authority is objectively good or intrinsically good on the assumption that the man in question is submitting himself to God. Mary Kassian is claiming that male authority is good on the conditionality that she as a woman approves of it or is comfortable with it. Because of this the woman has a duty to obey the man whether she likes it or not and the man has the right to punish the woman for her disobedience again whether the woman likes it or not.
Disturbing how we have Punishing my wife article about punishing wives and then a reference to a book about worshipping wives. What about husbands and wives respecting, appreciating and sacrificing for each other and taking responsibility Punishing my wife themselves? Why do we use words such as punishing and worshipping? Are those Punishing my wife only alternatives? Certainly not.
No wonder there is a high divorce rate and a low marriage rate nowadays. No one knows how to maintain a loving, caring marriage. Marriage is not a competition or a struggle among 2 people. It is a loving bond among two equals who have so much to give to each other. In short, I wanted Jesse to start seriously thinking through his comments and to read the book so he could get a different perspective. If he wants to talk about women being punished by their husbands, fine. But he must expect that women will want to punish him for disobedience as well because we really are talking about humayn nature here more than anything else.
There are good points in the Worshiping Wife book it is meant to be a symbolic representation of a man adoring his wife from his heart more than a literal worshiping of Punishing my wife wife and bad points while I appreciate his book some of the other books similar to it out and out promote matriarchy and men having a lower status within the home than women, which I do not agree with.
You have made yourself clear and I appreciate your sentiment.
Punishing my wife am a millennial, myself, so I am curious as to why you would ask how we would be in a generation or two from now. I totally believe in believe in honor, love, respect and appreciation in committed relationships. He also insisted that men should still protect their wives and see them as their queens.
Fewer people are marrying than ever before and fewer people are staying in long-term committed relationships. I think this trend will continue for the next generation or two. I am wondering what effect this will have on society. Many men do take on household chores. Remember, men are more likely to work longer hours outside of the home. Society is still not in favor of stay-at-home d although it may be changing. Then again, society expects both men and women to work outside the home, which is a problem when it comes to .
Do you know that in places such as New York and other large cities, it is common to have nannies handing off kids to other nannies? Private self-pleasuring and pornography for both men and women can enhance the sexuality of the marriage. Sex in a marriage should not just be about a frustrated man getting lucky with his wife.
Both husband and wife should be open to experimentation. It should be a mutual, flexible agreement where Punishing my wife spouses are enriched, not diminished. I tend to think that men, being more logically-oriented thinkers and more prone to calculated risk-taking, are, in general, better leaders. Especially since women are so adept, again in general, at supporting roles. The bigger problem I see in our society at-large is that people think being a leader is more respectable than being a supporter.
And people tend to Punishing my wife supporters as followers which is sad. I get that this may seem like it would only make the divorce rate in this country worse, but responsible adults who are supporters in the relationship should be Punishing my wife to figure out what kind of leader they can support by the time they choose to marry one. Same with leaders being able to find a supporter who buys into their leadership philosophies and will actually support them. Support is not interchangeable with obedience, by the way, which makes punishment more of an indirect power of the leader.
Punishment is the result of a leader making a decision that they believe is best for the household, but not necessarily one that the household will enjoy doing. The leader, in this case, would also need to think about it, and then they can discuss it together. No one wants to do that kind of thing.
I think one of the most foolish mistakes leaders make is doling out punishment for the wrong reasons normally for the sake of punishment itself which is just insanity, really. I agree that some people are better equipped to be leaders while others are better equipped to be supporters. There are those who can do both. In any event, both leaders and supporters are equal. The world cannot exist with just leaders or just supporters. Both contribute to and are needed by society.
Quite frankly, this blog post is in error. I find it deeply disturbing that a man would write an article about how to impose male hehip and punish his wife, and I would feel exactly the same way if a woman wrote an article about how to impose female hehip and punish her husband.
I agree. Marriage is about love, respect, loyalty, devotion, negotiation and sacrifice. I know I am late commenting on this article, but I am wondering what kind of punishment Jesse is talking about here? Does he mean physical punishment which in all 50 states is illegalor simply scolding his wife?
I am also curious as to how he came to believe that it is OK for a husband to punish his wife? Hello Jesse, Replying to an old article and comments — but I felt strongly that I had to. Thanking and commenting on another clear and informative article. I may be in the minority amongst the women on this site but I totally agree with what you are writing that a husband may have to impose obedience through punishment. Nothing creepy about this in my view!
I do not believe the advice given in this article is healthy for either the man or the woman in a relationship, or anywhere else in society. I also do not agree that punishment is required for children, or for people in the workplace even if someone is Punishing my wife manager or supervisor. As someone who has been happily married for over 40 years, has raised 3 Punishing my wife that are all at the top Punishing my wife their fields and who prioritize integrity, compassion, intelligence and so many other positive attributes and are now also raising very fine children of their owntaught in the classroom for 15 years, and is now is the associate director of an organization … all operated in alignment with a philosophy that abolished rewards and punishments over years ago also based on a theosophical argument … I have to say that I find your articles shocking.
Your prescriptions run in complete contrast to those I hold dear to my heart.
I wish you well, but if things are not working for those reading your articles, I hope they will reconsider their approach to relationships with those they love. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google. You are commenting using your Twitter .Punishing my wife
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