His view of women appears to be based on outer beauty, rather than on inner beauty.
Book - "Every woman needs to know that she is exquisite and exotic and chosen. This is the core to her identity, the way she bears the image of God. Will you pursue me? Do you delight in me?
My core identity is my relationship to Christ, not getting a man sexually excited.
Book - There is nothing so inspiring to a man as a beautiful woman. She'll make you want to charge the castle, slay the giant, leap across the parapets...
I'm not beautiful, and I'm overweight. Does that mean I intrinsically have less value as a woman? What about a man who isn't handsome or is overweight? Does that make him of less value to a woman?
A man wants to be the hero to the beauty.
What about a man who is so good inside that the woman in his life doesn't need to be beautiful? Can he still be a hero?
Book - Lonely men fighting lonely battles. Indiana Jones and James Bond just wouldn't be the same without a beauty at their side,
So woman's value is in her beauty? Should women also judge men for their looks also?
Book - And finally, every woman wants to have a beauty to unveil. Not to conjure, but to unveil. Most women feel the pressure to be beautiful from very young, but that is not what I speak of. There is also a deep desire to simply and truly be the beauty, and be delighted in.
Huh? What in the world is he talking about? All's I want is a good kind Christian man I can communicate with. He doesn't have to a hero, he doesn't have to be thin, he doesn't have to be handsome, he doesn't have to have a hair on head, and he doesn't have to fight battles for me. All's he needs to be is a good Christian man.