Quoting Quiverfull: When Did Home Cooking Get Elevated to “Godly” Status?

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Very interesting. Apparently Slate magazine posted a piece by a female writer who dared *gasp!* to say that putting a home cooked meal on the table nightly wasn't necessary and to stop fetishizing the entire idea. The ladies at Ladies Against Feminism became so outraged by that statement that they had to refute it not once, but twice on the same day. I am posting bits of each. Tell me what you think. Tempest in a teapot of the end of civilization as we know it?The article from Salon and the quoted pieces they seemed to object to the most Let's Stop Idealizing the Home-cooked Family Dinner by Amanda Marcotte … [Read more...]

Pastor Mark Driscoll Called Women “Penis Homes”

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love, Joy, Feminism(Editor's note: Last week here at NLQ we posted a snippet of quote by Mark Driscoll along with a link to lots of Driscoll's thoughts on marriage and sexuality from a message board he used to post at. This is just the sort of stuff that reveals the mind set of the real Mark Driscoll much more than any officially published book ever could. Nice catch Libby Anne, and as always, a very well written piece!)Things have been getting worse and worse for Mark Driscoll in recent weeks. But what I want to point out for a moment is one of Driscoll’s posts from 2001, when he was posting to a church message board under the name William W … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Answering Objections?

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by Debi Pearl in No Greater Joy Magazine -  Created to Be His Help Meet 10th Anniversary EditionDebi Pearl is apparently adding a couple of new chapters to CTBHHM and has tweaked the original. Anyone here at NLQ care to do a side by side comparison of the two to see exactly how much has changed? … [Read more...]

Matthew 18 and Spiritual Abuse

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by Kristen Rosser cross posted from her blog Wordgazer's WordsI have been asked a few times over the last several months to do a blog post on Matthew 18:15-17, where Jesus teaches about what to do if a member of a Christian group is committing wrongs that are harmful enough that they cannot be overlooked.  Here's the text, from the 2011 NIV: “If your brother or sister sins, go and point out their fault, just between the two of you. If they listen to you, you have won them over. But if they will not listen, take one or two others along, so that ‘every matter may be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses.’ If they still refuse to listen, tell it to the church; and if they r … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Marx & NOW Will Train You to be a Slut?

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by Mallory Millett of Ladies Against Feminism and Truth Revolt - Marxist Feminism's Ruined LivesTrigger warning for slut-shaming anti- women language … [Read more...]

CTBHHM: Do Women Have Types?

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love, Joy, FeminismYou’re probably wondering where today’s Created To Be His Help Meet post is. I have some sad news—there won’t be one, technically speaking. I cannot find my copy of the book, and believe me, I have looked everywhere! I have ordered a new copy (you can get them cheap if you buy them used) in case I do not find my copy, so your regularly scheduled installment will be back next Friday.I’m not going to let this break in my review series go to waste, though. I want to take some time to address something that has come up in Aletha’s reviews—the idea that women, too, come in three types. This idea does not appear in Created To Be Hi … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Protecting Your Heart Against Men?

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by Jasmine Baucham (daughter of Voddie Baucham) at Ladies Against Feminism - The Boundaries of a Wise HeartPlease be sure to read the entirety of this fascinating look at the thought processes that segregate men and women in the Fundamentalist / Evangelical / Quiverfull movement at Ladies Against Feminism.All right, but, really: Annie could have discussed her standards frankly and openly with her parents: was she truly guarding her heart? Was she setting herself up for disappointment? Was she allowing this young man too much freedom with her? The kind of young man we want won’t be trying to get in through the back door: he will be willing to go through the proper channels to claim a … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Keeping Your Wandering Feet (and Vagina) Home?

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by Vaughn Ohlman of True Love Doesn't Wait - Wandering FeetWe haven't visited Mr. Ohlman in quite some time, but he seems to be under the mistaken impression that one of the recent QQ pieces where we were quoting Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies as well as other women was something he posted.Nope, the last time we posted anything by Vaughn was way back in February, mere days after St. Valentines Day - Being A Stay At Home Mom Stops Affairs. Here's a hint, it doesn't! That was the only time Matthew Henry has come up on NLQ. Von, adjust your calender or stop doing whatever it is that is robbing you of your sense of time/date/reality.In that piece we were discussing Titus 2 and … [Read more...]

5 Degrees of Separation Game: Kevin Swanson Edition

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Can you link Drag Queens to Kevin Swanson in five easy steps?Drag Queens like to wear a ton of makeup....      Just like clowns do...            Clowns act silly, just like some recreational pot smokers...          Who like to buy their pot legally in the state of Colorado...             Which … [Read more...]

Mark and Grace Driscoll’s “Real Marriage” Review Series

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by Samantha Fields cross posted from her blog Defeating The Dragons A little while ago, I put together a list of the most popular Christian marriage advice books. I made this list based on a variety of factors; I looked at a bunch of “best of” lists and found the ones that showed up on more than one, or had the most reviews– and the most positive reviews– on Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Christianbook . . . I also tried to limit the list to books that were extremely popular and well-known, that appeared frequently in church curriculum or pre-marital counseling materials. After I had the list, I put up a poll on the next book I should review as part of an extended review series. … [Read more...]


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