Quoting Quiverfull: What Does Mentally Justifying Your Own Abuse Look Like?

from Peaceful Wife's Blog the story of one woman dealing with her husband's addiction to pornography by putting up with the emotional abuse: God Equips and Empowers - Joy Filled WifeShame on you Peaceful Wife (April Cassidy) for condoning this type of scary behavior.  … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Protect Your Marriage or Else?

by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - There's No Alternative … [Read more...]

Apostate: Jean-Jacques Rousseau – Chapter 6

by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open Ground In today’s review, I will discuss chapter 6 of Kevin Swanson’s book Apostate. In this chapter, Kevin Swanson intensely unravels his special dislike for Rousseau, more so than any of the other “apostates” discussed in the previous chapters.  In part, I understand. Rousseau was not a man of integrity and honor. As Swanson discusses, Rousseau abandoned his children at an orphanage, in order to devote himself to his work, and he cheated on his lifelong partner. Certainly I share concerns that Rousseau never raised his children, and even greater concerns for the part of Rousseau’s life that Swanson does not narrate (for example: Rousseau t … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Respecting Your Husband’s Decisions Always?

by Heidi St. John from her blog The Busy Mom - To Love and Respect … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Your Husband is God?

by Mark Driscoll pastor of Mars Hill Church from the blog Wenatchee The Hatchet's screen caps from the Way Back Machine. Warning the discussion is mostly sexual and could be nauseating or triggering!"Why would you distinguish between God and your husband?"QUOTING QUIVERFULL is a regular feature of NLQ – we present the actual words of noted Quiverfull leaders or their followers/enforcers and ask our readers: What do you think? Agree? Disagree? This is the place to state your opinion. Please, let’s keep it respectful – but at the same time, we encourage readers to examine the ideas of Quiverfull honestly and thoughtfully. Comments open below NLQ Recommended Reading … Quiverfull: Insi … [Read more...]

A Dusty Letter

by Kaleesha Williams cross posted from her blog The Lost (And Found) Mind of Kaleesha Williams This afternoon while Denny and I were rearranging our bedroom a bit, I found a dusty letter on a shelf. I recognized my own handwriting. Well, it’s always interesting to come across notes of a writer tucked away here and there, even if the writer is myself. I’m a curious sort. I dusted it off and read it aloud to Denny. It was addressed to my heavenly father, Yahweh. (And like a good girl I’d written the date on it.) … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Media Hiding Birth Control Truth?

by Meghan McNally from Ladies Against Feminism and the Catholic Vote - A New Cancer Study - And The Media Can't Handle The TruthOn August 1, a cancer study, published in The Journal of Cancer Research and conducted by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, stated that there is evidence that the link between oral contraceptives and breast cancer may in fact be greater than previous studies had indicated. Since the study was first published, there has been a flurry of activity as some writers more eager to defend birth control than to educate women are tripping over themselves and the available data to assure their reading public that the study is, in fact, insignificant.  With Dou … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Fighting For Joy Over Grumpiness?

by Rachel Jankovic at Be Not Weary and at Femina - Joy Can't Die … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Educating Children is Not About Ensuring They Can Earn a Living as Adults?

by Amy Roberts from her blog Raising Arrows - True Education is Not About Making a Living(Editor's Note: We've been discussing who it is out there that is actually taking the disgusting words of Kevin Swanson seriously? This author is. She quotes Swanson in this bit on education.) … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Chivalry is Important?

by Jana, Jill, Jessa and Jinger Duggar from their book "Growing Up Duggar" From page 136 - 137: It warms our hearts when we're around young men, including our brothers, who are courteous and quick to practice the fine old art of gentlemanly chivalry. Some women these days think that allowing men to help them with anything makes them appear weak, and they refuse to take a man's hand to help them down a step or object to a man's offer to help them carry a heavy love. However, a gentleman's courtesy is not about women being weak or strong; it's about men needing to be men. Gentlemanly behavior is cultivated as they learn to serve others and treat ladies as ladies.  We encourage these e … [Read more...]