One of the travesties of modern feel-good Christianity — and a travesty which alienates a lot of non-Christian men — is the fact that Jesus Christ is routinely portrayed as an individual who is meek, mild, and submissive.
Indeed, Churchians often make Christ seem to be some type of go-along-to-get-along hippie who just wanted peace, tolerance, and “love”, man! But nothing could be further from the truth. The fact is that Jesus Christ was a tough, red-pilled individual, and his strength and grit manifested itself in several ways that masculine men can learn from and appreciate. And if you don’t believe me, well then, just consider the following three points.
First, there is the physical form of fortitude, which is a type of toughness that Jesus clearly demonstrated. After all, there are good grounds to believe that Jesus was a builder of some type (Matthew 13:55 and Mark 6:3) and so he likely had the natural physical strength and hardness that comes from working in manual labor. But there is also another incident that clearly shows Jesus’s physical prowess: namely, the clearing of the temple.