Quoting Quiverfull: Seduced Using Eyes?

From Bill Gothard's ATI Wisdom booklet Medical Paralyzed Eyelids as quoted by MelEditor's note: After posting and reading through this particular wisdom booklet and it's claims that eyes and eyelids can be used to seduce I ran into the photo above on Facebook and just laughed. It's an old photo, likely from the late 1940s or 50s and illustrates the kind of thought Bill Gothard and pals still hold about seduction. Now I know the woman in the image is not winking but it is the same type of ridiculous thoughts that Gothard pushes. From that particular wisdom booklet: … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Most Disabled People Sexually Abused?

by Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church - People Getting Saved Because of the Reprobate DoctrineEditor's note: Wow, just so much so wrong about this posting of Anderson's. No, most disabled people haven't been molested. No, most people do not reject the Gospel when out 'soul-winning' because of thinking even child molesters are in heaven. People reject door to door preaching because it's filled with hate, annoying when you're at home relaxing and because of the hateful ways of many Christians. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Homeschooling is The Real World?

by Chris Weller from Business Insider - Why Homeschool is the Smartest Way to Teach Kids in the 21st Century as quoted by Ladies Against FeminismEditor's note: While this article is written by someone with no discernible religion ties for a secular publication the author only looks at the sanitized versions of homeschooling promoted by homeschooling advocates themselves. The danger of only publishing the positives, and there are some positive advantages for some children, is that he is ignoring the fact that homeschooling functions with not much in the way of official oversight. Which means those children who are learning from educational sources like Bill Gothard's ATI Wisdom books or … [Read more...]

The Story – Part 3

by Cindy Foster cross posted from her blog Finding Fundamental PARTY TIMEIt was the end of the 1900’s.  There was much uncertainty in the air everywhere, about what the next millennium would bring.  Would our computer-dependent world come to a screeching halt?  Would there be a shortage of food, water and electricity?  Should we be stockpiling goods in preparation? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Divorce Leads to Boastful Spending?

by Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church - If the Shoe FitsEditor's note: Strangest reasoning yet over why you should not either divorce or buy expensive new shoes for your children. He does not take into account that if the child is involved in athletics there might actually be a reason to buy that shoe and sports shoes aren't the cheapest. In all the divorced families I've known I don't think I've ever seen a scenario where the single mother is swimming in money enough to blow it on huge shopping sprees for Air Jordans. Fantasyland. Another reason to throw hate at people who divorce. … [Read more...]

Examining ATI Wisdom Booklets: Booklet 3 – Medical Paralyzed Eyelids

 by Mel cross posted from her blog When Cows and Kids CollideAll images by Mel from When Cows and Kids Collide used with permission. This post is  7 pages long.Today's ATI crazy medical bit takes us on a tour of how a partially paralyzed eyelid can explain humility.  Don't worry; this will make no more sense at the end than it does now. … [Read more...]

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Quoting Quiverfull: Win Him Back With Good Behavior?

by Lori Alexander of Always Learning - Pervasive and Intrusive PornographyEditor's note: Lori is saying almost word for word something from Vaughn Ohlman's book read last night in an NLQ Facebook video, that a wife must be perfect and perfectly submissively sweet to cause her husband to turn away from whatever 'sin' it is he is committing. … [Read more...]

Bonus Quoting Quiverfull Duggar Edition: Was Jessa Kidding?

From the Sept. 5, 2016 edition of People magazine:Editor's note: This is pretty sad and makes me feel very bad for Jessa Duggar Seewald. Here's what she said about wanting more children after the rough birth of her son Spurgeon. … [Read more...]

Developing Tools to Find Safety in the Face of Uncertainty

by Cindy Kunsman cross posted from her blog Under Much GraceAll images by Cindy Kunsman from Under Much Grace and used with permission. In the discussion of building safety in stabilization in recovery from post traumatic stress, we've recently considered the role of acceptance and expectation in that process. We lose perspective because we get more consumed with survival for far too long which interferes with our ability to embrace joy and live optimistically. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 1 – Don’t Be Humble Except With God?

by Debi Pearl from No Greater Joy Magazine – God Defines a Good Person: Three Needful ThingsEditor's note: Again, with the final of the three virtues Debi is speaking about her advice is the exact opposite of what is generally acknowledged. Opposites day. How on earth can you get this far from the words of Jesus and still think you follow Him? At least Debi didn't try to shame one of her children this time, I guess that's an improvement. … [Read more...]