The writer says that church girls are evil and materialistic
According to Cory A. Haywood who has a column called “The Black Hat”, men should think again before hitching themselves up to a good Christian woman, especially if she happens to be the daughter of a pastor.Haywood, a Southern California based personal fitness trainer, says that taking a good Christian woman as a wife may seem like the perfect partner for life, because she can cook, she’s intelligent and she will take good care of you but if thing go wrong in the marriage, you may find out that you were married to the devil’s incarnate all along.
In his article, Haywood also said that a Christian woman’s anger can be your worst nightmare saying that she might threaten to burn you with hot oil or hit you over the head with her Bible, while she’s calling you a heathen for not attending church with her. (maybe he has had a similar encounter).
The article also said that marrying a good Christian woman because you don’t want to end up getting divorced, may just be a bad idea. The writer adds that that the people who congratulated you at your wedding are most likely to be the one’s spreading malicious rumors about you in church.
Haywood believes that marrying into a Christian family would put the man in the spotlight, adding that most families probe into your private life to see what they can dig up to gossip about in church and your wife is likely to listen to them.
He also said the worst thing a men can do is to fall into the mistaken belief that Christian wives will obey and respect their husbands, because the Bible tells them to do so. He insists that in today’s society, it’s rare to find a black woman who will submit fully to her husband, unless he brings in a much larger amount of the family income and even then, she’ll want to have her say.
Haywood also believes that one of the main problems with young Christian women is that they interpret the Bible to fit their way of thinking.
He wrote, “In the eyes of many Christian black women, a man isn’t worth being respected, or obeyed, unless he provides the finer things life has to offer; the necessities come second.” “Many young black women simply aren’t mature in their walk with Christ. They tend to value material objects, instead of finding the value in their own lives and relationships.” He continued.