This is why I have trouble with blogs like Dalrock's, with their Christian-religion spin. I read blogs like that, read books like The Manipulated Man, then have to ask myself if the author of the blog has actually read the book and taken a close, careful look at the religion he espouses.
If they haven't, then they appear to be deluded in their defense of the Church and their calling-out for a return to the "traditional" marriage (the old 1.0 vs modern 2.0). If they have, then there are two troubling possibilities:
1/ The author has summarily rejected the idea that the Church is formed to reinforce the feminine imperative - and it's doing a damned good job of that in these changed days also.
2/ The author is fully aware that the Church is formed to reinforce the feminine imperative - and is fine with that, perhaps even cynically using it to his advantage.
Delusional or willing acceptance of slavery. Either is cause for me to wonder.
Instead, be free.