What Does The Bible Say About Beards – Sometimes I get comments from Christian friends saying Christian men shouldn’t grow beards. To publicly state my opinion on the subject. Below is the content of the term paper I wrote on the subject. I received a very good response from the teacher. To be clear, this is just my personal opinion. (Although I certainly believe it is based on the Bible) and does not represent the official opinion of the church I am entitled to serve. I’m not trying to get people to agree with me at all.
I just want to be clear on this small subject to help others understand my biblical reasons for doing so. Although they eventually came to a conclusion that doesn’t agree with my conclusion, the following article is slightly longer than a regular blog post. As this is a research article, I hope it will be useful to others. Who thinks of problems?
What Does The Bible Say About Beards
By C.S. Lewis There is a rather interesting quote from the Elder Devil’s “Thread Tape” where he teaches younger demons how to tempt people into sin.
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“That is why we have conquered nature for centuries. To the point that some secondary male attributes (like a beard) are disliked by most women. And there’s more to it than you might think.”
Is C.S. Lewis doing something with this funny comment from the fictional demon? God has a purpose for “secondary male traits” specifically boards? Does the suppression of the symbolic nature of humanity really mean what many people might expect? In particular, is it utterly foolish to assume that there could be a good biblical reason for men to have beards? Can a beard actually be seen as a sign of gender differences and maturity?
Many people see beards and shaving as mere fantasies of culture and fashion. Without any deep meaning to the story, but as historian Christopher Oldstone-Moore has shown in his work on the history of facial hair, this is not true at all, on the other hand, the transition from a beard to a clean face throughout history is often accompanied by a associated with deeper beliefs in religious connections. What constitutes humanity and how to look at gender differences
When it comes to biblical examples and the testimonies of church history. The question of the beard and its meaning turned out to be very interesting. For there seems to be a stark contrast to the practice among Christians today. Many churches expect people (particularly pastors) to be clean-shaven compared to biblical stereotypes and throughout church history. (especially the early Church and Reformation), where the beard is considered a symbol of masculinity  and maturity .
Oh, To Be Just Another Bearded Face
Is there a Christian way of looking at the obvious tablet? Or is it just something that we should follow the culture around us? In other words, is there a case in the Bible for a bearded man, or is this type of human trait something that the biblical worldview doesn’t matter with? The paucity of modern material dealing with the subject from a Christian perspective clearly shows how the subject has been so neglected  that even suggesting an idea of the Board problem from a Christian perspective would terrify the public. Believers laugh at this idea, unlike many of the early church fathers who spoke strongly of the humanity of the beard. And warned people against trimming their beards and making them look more feminine , especially even 4
The purpose of this article is to present a clear Christian argument for understanding the beard as a God-given sign of gender difference and maturity. And why is wearing a beard so popular among men? Especially Christians who believe in the Bible. The three types of arguments are as follows: (1) the board was created by God, (2) the board is worshiped in the Bible, and (3) the board is attested in church history.
To have a true Christian worldview, we must always start with God. Especially in terms of anthropology. It is imperative that we understand correctly the meaning of God creating man in his own image. In anthropological studies, Christians have to ask themselves again and again, are there still aspects of non-Christian thinking that correlate with certain aspects of the general Christian image of man? Christian people should evaluate the arguments as to whether they conform to the divinely created order in the Bible and the witness of the Church and then act on their conviction Therefore, this is the basis for any discussion of the meaning of beards. It is necessary to start with this basic truth. That God created man is a shaper of the human body. And he made both men and women to reflect his glory. God also created men and women with unique attributes. So although they are made in his image, they also have other aspects. God is the creator of sex, he created man to be a man. and from women to women much of the worldly conversation is about gender differences. Focus Primarily on the Genitals This makes it seem like there is nothing that differentiates men and women. But biblical Christians know that there is more than just different genitals. And God clearly called a man to appear as a man. and women to dress as women  However, when it comes to facial hair, even the vast majority of Christian churches seem to agree with the secular notion that it plays no significant role when it comes to expressing gender differences. And in practice, it’s almost seen as some kind of evolutionary accident. Hence, although men only have beards. But it is suitable (and better) for people who shave on a daily basis. The result is that men look younger and more feminine than those with a natural beard. Could it be that the Church has forgotten something so fundamental in this matter? That God created a beard, and as with everything God does, it may have a specific purpose. When God created the man with a beard, didn’t he have a real purpose for it? It’s just that people have the ability to grow their beards longer. But also, for no apparent reason, did God intend to make men look different from women and children?
An erroneous view that influences most Christian ideas about the physical nature of creation and life in general is known as the “spiritual vision model,”  which aims only spiritually and carelessly. Physical Attributes to a Degree This can be seen in a more extreme perspective where the physical realm is viewed as inherently evil. Contrary to the moderate view, which does not necessarily define physical limitations as sin, it is actually not considered part of God’s good plan. And on the spiritual aspect of everything we focus. Because eventually the physical realm will be gone. The influence of this pacifist idea began early in the history of the Christian church. Especially for believers in the late Roman Empire. As a result, the human body begins to be viewed as inherently corrupt. It is a burden to escape into spiritual existence. Without the attachment to the body, some even believe that all gender differences will become obsolete in the next life. And masculinity and femininity are irrelevant in the face of higher spiritual existence. This view of Heaven’s existence will easily affect present life. Because when body and gender differences are eliminated in the end. How can these things really matter even in this day and age? Origen, father of a famous Plato-influenced church. Those who hold to the disappearance of gender in heaven rejected Jerome’s conclusions and viewed gender as the basis on which God created men and women to exist. Therefore, it is not limited to existence in the fallen world. But it will continue in the next life. Modern Bible teachers like John MacArthur  and Randy Alcorn  agree with Jerome. By indicating which gender is in