- The case for going to church even if you don't believe (yet)
This is one of my favorite articles from the Art of Manliness. He makes the case that men should attend church even if they don't believe (yet). I think this argument has a lot of validity
The author notes that the primary reason for church attendance decline is the feeling that church is not necessary for personal happiness. There is a sense of optionality, he notes, with church and yet he outlines the reasons for men to start or continue attending.
- Community/Social Support
- A change to reflect
- Builds discipline
- Creates and sustains rhythms for ritual and routine
- Builds strong marriages and families
- Communal singing
- Connections with people from different backgrounds.
There are several more listed in the article. Take a read and let me know your thoughts. Share this with a friend.
- Celebrating the Season of Advent
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