Quoting Quiverfull: No Personal Agency For Women?

by pastor Steve L. Anderson from the blog Ramblings of Sheldon Listening to women who talk back and argue with you is like experiencing Chinese water torture and Waterboarding. Given the choice, I’d rather experience Chinese Water Torture. Bonus material from The Friendly Atheist from that same sermon: You see all these celebrity women and music stars who are “independent” and “I can do it all myself” types! That is not who I want my children emulating, because “I don’t want them to think that is what a woman should strive to be. The Bible says a woman should strive to have a meek and quiet spirit…” … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Weariness is a Natural Part of Motherhood?

by Jennifer McBride cross posted from Ladies Against Feminism advertising a new site for tired Christian moms Be Not Weary - Be Not Weary: Hope for Tired MomsAre you a mother who struggles with chronic illness or even just plain old exhaustion? Be Not Weary is a brand new website just for you! Having struggled with severe adrenal fatigue myself for the past eight years my heart so goes out to other mothers who have health issues, who have grown weary or are going through a difficult season. Motherhood is a calling and a work like no other; and mothering through sickness and fatigue presents a special challenge. I have been there. I still am there. And it is such a comfort to know that ou … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Not Quiverfull?

by Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar from "A Love That Multiples" pages 92-93 We find it amusing how many reporters copy and past information they find about us that someone else has copied and pasted without checking the facts. For instance, even though wiki and some Internet blogs report that we are part of the Quiver Full movement, we are not. We are simply Bible-believing Christians who desire to follow God's Word and apply it to our lives. God says children are a gift and a blessing and we believe it! QUOTING QUIVERFULL is a regular feature of NLQ – we present the … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Asking to Have Physical Needs Met Dishonors Husband?

by Susanna from her blog The Blessing of Verity - This world is not my home, I'm just-a-passin' thru..  Question:  Could you share your best tips for being content with your large family in such a small space?  I have to confess I’m not always content in our house.Answer:  Thanks for asking this excellent question!I want to be honoring to my husband, and it’s very hard for a good man when he feels like he isn’t able to provide what his woman really wants.  I don’t want to be like the petulant and demanding fisherman’s wife in the children’s story, who keeps sending her miserable husband back to the magic fish to wish for more and more and more, instead of being content with enough. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Premarital Sex Always Sin?

by The Forgiven Wife - Lessons Learned from Premarital Sex … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: God Will Use the Ebola Outbreak to Cleanse Away Non-Believers?

spoken by Rick Wiles of the End Times Radio Show. From  Right Wing Watch - 'Ebola Could Solve America's Problems With Atheism and Homosexuality'(Editor's note: It's pretty obvious from what Rick said that he has no real knowledge on how Ebola spreads and the plans the CDC has to treat anyone coming down with the disease in the USA. He is thinking this is going to be a pandemic on the level with the Black Plague. Ebola is not airborne, it can only be spread via exposure to bodily fluids. It's not wrong to be concerned about Ebola in our country, but it is pretty wrong to fear-monger and hope it kills off those that don't agree with you.) … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: The Poor Should Starve?

Over the course of today and tomorrow we'll be posting only  Quoting Quiverfull. There's a huge backlog of quotes to be posted here so we're going to do a Quoting Quiverfull marathon to deal with all the things being said out in the blogosphere in the Christian Patriarchal Movement. Starting with Pastor John Hagee and his different understanding of scriptures on the poor.Pastor John Hagee's thoughts on welfare recipients - Christian Pastor: God Says 'Nasty' Welfare Recipients Should Work or Starve  From Right Wing Watch and Americans Against The Tea Party (video available at both sites) … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Talking To Your Wife?

by Adam Gregorin from his blog Minthegap.com - So What's There to Talk About? Review of Lou Priolo's book "The Complete Husband"(Editor's Note: Remember this guy? He had the website IsThisModest.com with the hundreds of photos contained flimsy-dressed teenagers under the guise of clucking over their lack of modesty..Yeah, he is back, but without the Christian Man Porn of immodest photos.) … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Christian Homeschooling Parents Misunderstood Rushdoony?

by Gary North of both Persevero News and Gary North's Specific Answers - The Classical Christian Curriculum: Marriage to a Corpse(Trigger warning on the original article. Lots of Rushdoony quotes. If Rushdoony triggers you then be forewarned on reading the original article.)Interesting thoughts on Christian education and the principles taught. Guess you really have to be careful with curriculum to keep from getting humanistic buggery influences in your education.  … [Read more...]

Preparing To Be A Help Meet: The King Part 2

by Mel cross posted from her blog When Cows and Kids CollideNow, Debi normalizes abusive relationships. "These types are known for expecting their wives to wait on them hand and foot.  A Kingly Man does not want his wife involved with any project that prevents her from serving him.  If you are blessed to win the favor of a strong, forceful, bossy man, then it is very important for you to learn how to serve with joy."What kind of sick blessing is that?   Waiting hand and foot on a tyrant isn't a blessing; it's a curse. "Kingly Men are not as intimate or vulnerable as other men in sharing their personal feelings with their wives.  They seem sufficient unto themselves.  It can leave a sen … [Read more...]