Tim LaHaye, Understanding the Male Temperament, Fleming H. Revell Company, 1977


Finally realizing that if their work does not provide them sufficient daily exercise, [men] are searching for programs of physical exercise. It is a matter of life or death.

The failure of wives to understand this basic need of men produces a bone of contention in many fine homes. Instead of encouraging her husband in his athletic pursuits, his wife resents it particularly if she is confined much of the day to their home and children.... If she nags him, she only increases his stress.

It is almost impossible to exaggerate the role of man's sexuality in his makeup, for it is an important source of his masculinity, manliness, chivalry, and aggressiveness. Eunuchs rarely distinguish themselves in any field....

Anger is often stronger in a man than love.