Quoting Quiverfull: Learning How To Talk To Gays and Other Kirk Cameron Nonsense?

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by Kirk Cameron as quoted in a video clips montage posted at both Huffington Post and Celebitchy … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Outdoing Your Husband Why?

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by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - Marriage BoxDifferent day. Same tune. Like a broken record. … [Read more...]

Child Coercion or Religious Freedom?

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Serious trigger warning: If you are sensitive to crying children and loud demanding adults. Trigger warnings also on a church exploiting the images of children.Found this on the Facebook group for Recovery from IFB. It is also posted at Awkward Moments Children's Bible and on their Facebook page. Looks like it was originally posted by the Rose of Sharon church camp in the Memphis, Tennessee area. Thoughts? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: The Right Way to Spank?

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from Focus on the Family - The Biblical Approach to SpankingWhere in the Bible does it lay out how to spank your children? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Unbelievers Want To Beat Their Kids?

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by Michael Pearl of No Greater Joy - Resume EnhancementThis is from a posting last year when the British government was holding hearings on if they should ban "To Train Up A Child" by Michael Pearl from the UK. Michael had been contacted by various BBC reporters and was saying how banning his book was going to enhance his resume and drive sales of the book into new record heights. Pure Pearl logic. … [Read more...]

Moms, Joy and Christmas

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Kirk Cameron on his film 'Saving Christmas' in cinemas tomorrow.What I want to know after watching this bit is if he and Nancy Campbell got together to plan this 'Moms should be filling the home with JOY!' thing they are both spieling . … [Read more...]

Re-Post: Lies We Tell Ourselves About Abuse

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by Melissa cross posted from her blog Permission To Live This post was originally published June 2011. One of the things that prompted my finally admitting my own denial, was realizing I did not want to parent the way I was parented.  I wanted to believe that how I grew up had not been harmful, I wanted so badly for my parents to be right, that I refused to think about it, refused to deal with it, and even repeated it. In the end, my desire to not hurt my kids was stronger than my desire for my parents to be right.  That is what snapped me out of the fog, and forced me to get help. … [Read more...]

Re-Post: Rights of a Child

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by Melissa cross posted from her blog Permission To LiveThis post was originally published August 2011. It was part of my reaction to Michael Farris’ creating a “parent’s rights” amendment and proposing to amend our constitution. It was a big realization for me that the parent is not sacred, that they do not always know what is best for their child, and sometimes they need help. It helped me to take a step toward freedom from the weight of my parents expectations of me, and also help me be less afraid of acknowledging my own shortcomings as a parent, and be less afraid to get help and learn more. … [Read more...]

News: Colorado Elects Demon Hunter?

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Alright, so Colorado allows people to legally smoke marijuana in their state, which is the only explanation to how this man was elected. Everyone voting for him must have been high.One of Kevin Swanson's pals was elected this week in Colorado as a state representative. Gordon Klingenschmitt is well know for trying to exorcise the President's supposed 'demons' long distance along with a long list of even more bizarre. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 3 – Death With Dignity & Ebola Word Salad?

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by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies - It's The Same RhetoricNancy continues on her rant about end of life choices by linking it once again to abortion. Linked to the Facebook page where yes, there are people telling her she is wrong in the first piece of this series.Nancy believes that Brittany Maynard took her life because 'she could not cope', not even willing to admit it wasn't a lack of 'coping' but a decision to end her physical suffering. … [Read more...]


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