FAMILY MATTERS: The importance of fathers

Samuel Bilton discusses the social effect of fatherlessness – both in families, but also displayed in the animal kingdom. Samuel questions why we don’t hear that healthy families with present fathers are the answer to transforming culture, lowering crime, combatting child poverty, and yet the world-wide evidence is overwhelming and undeniable. He points out that having a present father seems to be missing from the ‘privileged’ category in the doctrine of Critical Theory. Samuel also reminds us that we remove the affirmation of a father, the correction of a father, and the love of a father from societies to our own detriment and destruction.

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