The Toxic War On Masculinity: Nancy Pearcey

Author and professor Nancy Pearcey knows her personal, searing path toward war on men. But on a broader level, she began to ask, how did the idea arise that masculinity is dangerous? She uncovers why the script for masculinity turned toxic—and how Christianity reconciles the war between the sexes, renovating manhood for good.

Toxic masculinity is as destructive as we think it is. But professor Nancy Pearcey's data shows more of the whole story--of the power of a good man. View Show Notes →
Author and professor Nancy Pearcey explores sociological data to uncover why it's open season on masculinity—and the surprising role of Christian men. View Show Notes →
Author and professor Nancy Pearcey uncovers why the script for masculinity turned toxic—and how Christianity reconciles the war between the sexes. View Show Notes →

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Nancy Pearcey

Nancy R. Pearcey is a bestselling
author and speaker. A former agnostic,
she was hailed in The Economist as
"America's pre-eminent evangelical
Protestant female intellectual." Her
work has appeared in the Washington
Post, Washington Times, First
Things, Human Events, American
Thinker, Daily Caller, The
Federalist, CNSNews, and Fox News. She
has appeared on NPR, C-SPAN, and Fox
& Friends. She is currently a professor
and scholar in residence at Houston
Christian University. Pearcey's books
have been translated into 18 languages
and include Total Truth, The Soul of
Science, Saving Leonardo, Finding Truth,
and Love Thy Body.