After an extensive hiatus that has been far too long, this blog will revive with this post continuing our study on male tears. In the last installment, we talked about all the times Jesus cried, and concluded the only thing we saw that made Jesus cry was the sin and unbelief of His people, at one time seen juxtaposed with coming judgment. In this installment we’ll talk about my personal philosophy of crying and how it fits with the Bible. In the next installment you’ll see the promised list of all the times I cried in college, which for me ended in March of 2016. Continue reading “When Even Men Cry: How to Abandon All Your Principles”
Inspired by a series of comments made by various friends about my public tears, or rather the complete lack thereof, I have decided to write a brief series of posts on the issue of men crying. I feel compelled to biblically defend myself against groundless charges of being emotionless or cold. So I will. Today we’ll talk about every time Jesus cried. Next time we’ll talk about my personal philosophy of crying in its relation biblical teaching. Finally, I’ll publish a list of times I cried college, because sometimes I like writing stuff people will actually read.