This blog started with some posts that covered Deuteronomy 6:6 – 7; 20. In that passage it is the fathers who are tasked with leading the children in their relationship with God. The fathers, not the mothers. In the garden, it was man who was given the assignments who was to lead. Granted, he blew it. In the New Testament men are called on to lead their families and their children as Christ led, to the sacrificial death. Much harder assignment than submission, it requires submission to choose to die.
Murrow in his book Why Men Hate Going to Church echoes the book that set him on the path to write, Podles, The Church Impotent: The Feminization of Christianity He decries the way that churches have become toxic to men. You may not agree. You probably should process the information in both books before you voice that disagreement. The entire culture disagrees with these men. That may mean that they got something right.
Men should lead. They were created to lead. Adam blew the assignment in the garden, and men since then have been emulating him. Needs to stop. Christ restored us, male and female. We need to move counter culturally, in a politically incorrect way to affirm the Biblical roles God gave both men and women.