Why Don’t More Men Come to Church?

Some researchers think they have found an answer to why more men don’t come to church Check out this article at Biola’s website:

The Feminization of the Church: Why Its Music, Messages and Ministries are Driving Men Away

I’d be interested to know what my faithful readers think.

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About Michael R. Jones

Pastor and PhD candidate writing on Paul's theology of suffering.
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One Response to Why Don’t More Men Come to Church?

  1. Terry Lange says:

    Not sure if I agree with everything that is said in this article, but they do make some good points. One of them was that “It is very seldom that you have a man in church whose wife is staying home.” That is true. Men’s ministries are a lower priority at many churches. Even at the church I attend, the womens ministries are much bigger and have more for women than the men’s ministry. Not an attack, but a constructive criticism that could help to change things in this realm.Although I do not agree with Promise Keepers, I do agree with their commitment to men being faithful to their families, to God, and being accountable to each other. Men need more accountability, deeper relationships with their God and others. Most of men’s relationships outside of their immediate family are very surface or superficial in their nature. Men need to be challenged in their faith

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