Women are the Spiritual Paragon of a Society
Author’s Note: This post was cowritten by Lexet and Jack.
Reader’s Note: Gynapotheosis: (from Greek) gyn: woman; apotheosis: the ideal example; epitome; quintessence; the elevation or exaltation of a person to the rank of a god.
“Feminist Christianity is heretical: You can judge a church [or a society] by the state of the young women in it.”Dark Brightness: Around the Foul Rainbow. (2021 April 22)
“A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.”
Based on this aphorism, this post presumes that the nature and character of women in a society are the epitome of that society. The women of a culture represent the pleasure and pain, the best and the worst, and the strengths and the weaknesses of that culture. Thus, women can be seen to be a small sampling of a society.
Under a previous post, Ed Hurst made the following assertion about the behavior of women.
“If you think about it, you’ll find that what Red Pill lore says about women in particular is reflected to some degree in Old Testament law and custom regarding women. They share underlying assumptions about how women behave [or should behave] in social situations.”
So… let’s review what the Bible says about women and think about this.
Women in the Old Testament
Throughout the Old Testament, where judgment is pronounced on a society, society’s sins are often compared to the sins of a prostitute. (The book of Revelation makes this analogy as well). Not only that, but apostasy is regularly compared to prostitution. Read through Hosea, Ezekiel, Isaiah, or Lamentations.
When speaking of Nineveh, the Lord says,
“All because of the many harlotries of the harlot, the charming, the mistress of sorceries, who sells nations by her harlotries and families by her sorceries. ‘Behold, I am against you’ declares the Lord of hosts, ‘and I will lift up your skirts over your face, and show to the nations your nakedness and to the kingdoms your disgrace…
Behold, your people are like the women in your midst! The gates of your land are opened wide to your enemies; fire consumes your gate bars…” ~ Nahum 3:4,5,13 (NASB)
It is interesting to think that a typical young woman in a society is a representation of the spiritual character of that society. The indications of this analogy do not bode well for western society, as most young women have completely given themselves over to sexual immorality and Feminist ideologies.
Now lets look at some OT verses that describe what life under God’s judgment for disobedience looks like. In Isaiah 3, it is prophesied that God will remove Jerusalem and Judah…
“…and I will make mere lads their princes, and capricious children will rule over them…
…the youth will storm against the elder, and the inferior against the honorable… …their oppressors are children, and women rule over them. O My people! Those who guide you lead you astray and confuse the direction of your paths.”
In verses 16 on, the Lord describes the behavior of the daughters of Zion:
“…because the daughters of Zion are proud and walk with heads held high and seductive eyes, and go along with mincing steps and tinkle the bangles (anklets) on their feet…”
As a result of their behavior, the Lord pronounces judgment and punishment in verses 17-26.
Women in the New Testament
In the New Testament, the word of God is incredibly clear about gender roles.
In 1 Timothy 2:9-10, women are instructed to…
“…adorn themselves with proper clothing, modestly and discreetly, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly garments, but rather by means of good works, as is proper for women making a claim to godliness.”
The next verse states:
“A woman must quietly receive instruction with entire submissiveness. But I do not allow a woman to teach or exercise authority over a man, but to remain quiet. For it was Adam who was first created, and then Eve…”
Elsewhere in the New Testament, older women are instructed to be…
“…reverent in their behavior, not slanderers, not malicious gossips nor enslaved to much wine, teaching what is good, so that they may train the young women to love their husbands, to love their children, to be sensible, pure, workers at home, kind, to be subject to their own husbands, so that the word of God will not be dishonored.” ~ Titus 2:3-5 (NASB).
That word “reverent” deserves attention. No one knows what it means anymore because we have forgotten its practical application. Voddie Baucham gave an excellent sermon on this topic.
Essentially, this is what you don’t find today.
While many modern evangellyfish/churchians support these characteristics of women on the basis of scripture, there remains the fact that most women in the church have scant regard for the practical application of these virtues. When they argue that these instructions are only for behavior inside of the congregation, this modern interpretation does not make sense. It would create open and obvious hypocritical behavior, whereby immodest clothing is acceptable outside of the congregation, but not within. If this interpretation were applied, then it would render church little more than a fantasy cosplay with an emphasis on pseudo-holiness semiotics.
When they apply their interpretation to the previous chapter in Titus 1, which discusses the qualifications of overseers and deacons, the cosplay then becomes a circus with a ringleader. Are those standards discussing only the behavior within a congregation? It cannot be. Elders/overseers must have a good reputation with those outside of the church, “so that he will not fall into reproach and the snare of the devil“. (Titus 1:5-9)
Modern interpretations never say “what is good within the congregation is also good without“. Instead, their interpretations are only in favor of licentiousness.
The Bible uses the parallel analogy of Israel’s relationship with God. This analogy can also be applied to describe every man’s individual relationship to God.
The Blue Pill and everything associated with it (e.g. chivalry, churchianity, feminism, progressivism, individualism, the widespread acceptance of sexual promiscuity, and liberal hegemony in general), is essentially the wayward woman in the analogy.
The greater part of the Red Pill is an attempt to correct this inversion.
The picture of a promiscuous woman assumes that we should already know about the nature of women, and it was intended for us to see ourselves more clearly through this analogy. But instead, moderns have come to idolize the fallen feminine nature. Consequently, wee as a society have grown so out of touch with God and the spiritual nature of humankind, that wee fail to see the spiritual symbolism, and instead, wew read these things literally as a description of the nature of women.
…and wee are fascinated, if not shocked by the impertinence!
The fact that wee (society as a whole) have become so unaware of the nature of women and so offended by the truths conveyed in the Bible and the Red Pill, betrays the underlying truth that wee are blinded by our lusts for pulchritude, sex, and materialism, and have become unaware of the spiritual nature of man in his relationship to God. Instead, wee are only aware of our humble relationship to the gynapotheosis of society, and how far short wee have fallen, not by God’s standards, but according to merciless gynocentric standards.
- Dalrock: Are real men attracted to boisterous, opinionated women? (2016 September 8)
- Σ Frame (Jack): Why do Christian women have the reputation of being whores? (2019 February 23)
- Σ Frame (Lexet): Christian vs. Non-Christian Women – A Negligeeable Difference (2019 March 20)
- Σ Frame (Lexet): Christian vs. Non-Christian Women (2020 February 8)
- Σ Frame (Jack): The Sirach on Women (2020 November 8)
- Σ Frame (Jack): Progressive (2020 November 10)
- Σ Frame (NovaSeeker): Anti-Progressive (2020 November 16)
- Lexet Iustitia: Observing the Decline (2021 April 18)