Quoting Quiverfull: Who’s Afraid of a Few Women & Trolls While Supporting Duck Dynasty?

By Kevin Swanson of Generations Radio - The Most Famous Family Economy in AmericaPhil Robertson stepped in the deep doodoo, when he took on the holiest of holies, the sacredest of the sacred cows of the apostate, w.a.s.p.y world .. . homosexuality.  Welcome to our club, Phil.  The metro-sexual meets the “bitter clingers,” and the explosions are interesting to watch. But what we really like about Phil and the Ducks are the family relationships, the generational continuity, and the family economy. There is something that will remain of the old order.  There is something healthy still hanging around in this country and other countries around the globe.  Healthy Family Economies! … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Loves Having Cameras Around?

Michelle Duggar from Radar Online - Michelle Duggar's Trials and Tribulations Win Her an Award: #5 Most Fascinating Person in Arkansas “The fact that there’s 19 children that God has blessed us with is unique, very unique,” Michelle said in the award video posted on the Duggar family blog.While she refused to say if she was expecting another child, Michelle said that she loves having cameras film their lives.“We have enjoyed getting to open up our home and our life to share with those around the world.” … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Should Homeschooling Be a Basic Human “Right”?

by Brian Unruh from World Net Daily - Judge: Homeschooling a 'concrete endangerment' to kids A judge has issued a stunning verdict in a homeschooling case in Germany, ordering that the parents cannot have custody of their children because the family might move to another country and homeschool, posing a “concrete endangerment” to the children.Dirk and Petra Wunderlich’s case made international headlines in August when 20 armed police arrived with a battering ram and forcibly took their four children from their home in Darmstadt, Germany, and enrolled them in public school. … [Read more...]

Why it is Hard to Be Around Christianity and Christians

by Bruce Gerencser cross posted from his blog The Way ForwardMy friend Zoe wrote: …Some in the secular world want to cooperate with moderates &/or liberal-minded theists.  I think it’s probably a noble thing to attempt.  The thing is, for me, and likely for many others it reminds me of playing skip at recess time with a bully.  The bully has chased you for years, kicked you in the gut and hoped you’d burn in hell, and will be waiting to do it to you all over again after school . . . but it’s okay to skip at recess time with the bully… … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Homechurch Too?

by Mary Pride from a New York Time's article about the Pride family & homeschooling - A Home-School Pioneer Looks to Its Future For example, right now Mrs. Pride, who lives with her husband and, at the moment, five of her children outside St. Louis, does not regularly attend any church, although they have regular “home church” on Sunday evenings. She offered many reasons none of her most recent churches had worked out. … [Read more...]

Mom’s Cycle Was on the Family Calender

by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open GroundI did not realize it was a homeschool thing. Or just a conservative thing. Or unique to some families.I thought almost every man er family tracked mom’s cycle, and all the daughter’s cycles too.Libby Anne recently wrote a post on Charting Your (Wife’s) Monthy Cycle. Here’s what she says: [Michael Pearl] recently advised young husbands to track their wives’ cycles so they would know in advance when their wives were … [Read more...]

False Dichotomies: “Homeschooled Girls vs. Feminists”

by Samantha Fields cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons So, Robert Knight, an extremely conservative writer for Townhall and whose articles occasionally appear in publications like the Washington Times, wrote an article last Tuesday called “Homeschooled Girls vs. Feminists.” Since the article spends most of its time talking about grown women, I have to admit to some mild annoyance to the persistent infantilization of women in conservative circles. College-aged females are women, thank you. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: 2014?

by Pat Robertson from "The 700 Club" Friday, January 3rd, 2014.“The other thing is I think that the President is going to be severely, severely hampered. I think that America is going to turn against him much more so than now, as that Affordable Care thing starts biting hard as it is, he’s going to be discredited terribly,” Robertson said. … [Read more...]

Ken Ham, Answers in Genesis, Dinosaurs and the SIN of Smoking

by Bruce Gerencser cross posted from his blog The Way Forward(Editorial note: Those that might post comments here to Bruce suggesting spiritual things should read this first, another excellent post by Bruce.)Recently, our youngest son moved out and he left behind some trading cards for our grandson. He had hundreds of trading cards, including some from Answers in Genesis. I am not sure how old these card are, but I suspect they are at least 15 years old. I did not know these cards were in the box and my oldest son found them when he was going through them with our grandson.  We had a lot of fun … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: You Can’t Take Your Paycheck to Bed?

by Suzanne Venker posted at Ladies Against Feminism and Fox News - Why women still need husbands Financial independence is a great thing, but you can’t take your paycheck to bed with you. And there’s nothing empowering about being beholden to an employer when what you really want is to have a baby. That’s dependency of a different sort.This is the conclusion to which most women have come. Research shows that what women want more than anything else is not to work full-time and year-round but to live balanced lives. … [Read more...]