Wilson: Another Kind of Fatherlessness

“We have the obvious problem of fatherlessness when the fathers are long gone, but we also have the problem of fatherlessness when the fathers are present but not accounted for. If fathers are on the premises but don’t know what it expected of them, we have another kind of fatherlessness.”

– Douglas Wilson, Father Hunger (p. 20)

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