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Mark Driscoll answers the question: What are your thoughts on stay at home dads if the woman really wants to work?
“If you cannot provide for your family, you are not a man.” Would your church discipline a stay-at-home dad?
Bummer. I disagree with them. I believe this is speaking of a father who’s abandoned his family and refuses to work. A husband who stays at home is providing for his family. I’m disappointed with this view but I refuse to take the bait of offense with him.
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