I recently read an article by a red pill leaning Christian guy about duties of men vs women in a Christian household. He brought up a great point that I am not sure how to rectify in my mind; but essentially the bible was written thousands of years before the industrial revolution and a household was a place of production. This means your main place of business was in your home with your wife and children, and families were to work together to produce. After the industrial revolution this has all changed, we have the stereotypical view of the 1950s family where the husband goes to the office and the wife stays home and cares for the household. This sort of breaks the natural order of a biblical household in that the man and woman are no longer working side by side, in a way the man is alienated from his household and the wife is alienated from her husband. Furthermore men largely do work for an organization that is not his household whether it be a corporation, a large partnership or the government. I can't help but thinking that households are to some extent less practically useful than they once were, a man could work for a corporation to earn his living and maintain his place of residence without the help of a wife or children. My question is how should a man in the modern era reclaim the model of a biblical household, should a man strive to work for himself instead of a large organization like a corporation? Should a man strive to work in his home near to his wife and family? Or how would it look to take the modern work culture of going to the office away from the family and also maintain a biblical household of man and wife working together in a natural way?