Roman Emperor Flavius Claudius Julianus who was named Julian the Apostate by Christians was a Great Male Thinker who composed essays, satires, speeches, commentaries and letters of great quality. He is definitely Rome’s second ever philosopher-ruler, after the great Marcus Aurelius. His treatise, Against the Galileans is an insightful example of male religious thought where one’s male religious identity is analyzed specifically arguing against the Christian doctrine as well as comparing the Hebrew God with the the universal Hellenic gods
Emperor Julian’s “Against the Galileans” provides a unique insight to religion and male identity, and it is a good example of the inner mental processes of male religious thought by a Great Male Thinker.
The Men’s Rights Movement (MRM) seems to shy away from openly defending the right of men to follow their own religion based on their own individual religious beliefs. For millions of men, their concept of their own male identity includes their relationship with religion. Christianity does have specific verses in the Holy Scriptures that describe the role of women with respect to society and her relationship with her husband, but those in the MRM have up to now been afraid to openly defend Biblical scriptures that contain beliefs that are in direct conflict with radical feminist dogma.
When talking about male identity and religion we find that the founders of the world’s major religions are overwhelmingly male. The essential and important theological thought created within Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism has been driven by the minds of men, so it is natural to look at the relationship between male identity and religion. This article looks at one dimension of Prince Siddhârtha Gotama (Buddha) and puts forth a hypothetical situation about Buddha who changed from a male identity of prince, husband and father to one of a man seeking enlightenment who would be free to seek out the answers to the age old questions of life and death, and a true way out of suffering to find Nirvana. If there had been a Feminazi Family Court during the time of the Great Buddha would he have been able to follow this noble path?
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