Survivor Blogs: Compiling a List

For a while now, I’ve had a list of blogs by individuals who grew up in the Christian Patriarchy or Quiverfull movements and have since questioned and left. This list has grown as I’ve come upon additional blogs over the course of the past year and a half. I’d like to both bring the list to your attention and ask for your help in adding to it.

Of course, the boundaries of the Christian Patriarchy and Quiverfull movements are not clearly defined. In general, what I’m looking for is blogs by young adults who were influenced growing up by any of the following: ATI and Bill Gothard, Vision Forum, Sovereign Grace Ministries, Michael Farris, Reb Bradley, Mary Pride, Nancy Campbell, Doug Wilson, Michael Pearl, Jonathan Lindvall, and Joshua Harris. Generally these will be individuals who were homeschooled, or in some cases went to Christian school. The last criteria is that these individuals no longer ascribe to these movements and spend at least some of their blogging sorting through these ideas, refuting them, and analyzing the impact they had on their lives.

Here is what I have so far. Feel free to peruse these blogs, and please make suggestions regarding additional blogs in the comments.

  1. Breathing Outside the Bubble
  2. Bridging the Gap
  3. Broken Daughters
  4. Darcy’s Heart Stirrings
  5. Daughters of Junia
  6. Dispelled
  7. Dulce de Leche
  8. The Eighth and Final Square
  9. For Heaven’s Sake
  10. Incongruous Circumspection
  11. Just A(my)’s Blog
  12. Love, Joy, Feminism
  13. I Am A Beautiful Mess
  14. My Musing Corner
  15. The Nest Egg
  16. Past Tense, Present Progressive
  17. Permission to Live
  18. The Phoenix and Olive Branch
  19. Razing Ruth
  20. Sarah Over the Moon
  21. Starfury
  22. Walking in Christ
  23. Who I Am Without You
  24. Quivering Daughters
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