Kristen Rosser on Moody Radio

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Tomorrow morning at 9 am est/ 8 am ct one of NLQ's writers, Kristen Rosser, will be on the Moody Radio discussion show "Up For Debate" The topic this Saturday morning will be "Does God Expect Men to Be Spiritual Leaders?"For more information on the show please visit Moody Radio's Up For Debate homepage. Moody Radio is part of Moody Ministries and Moody Bible College. … [Read more...]

Book Review – 13:24: A Story of Faith and Obsession by M. Dolon Hickmon

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by Suzanne Titkemeyer  cross posted from her blog Seeking The LightBook Review: 13:24: A Story of Faith and Obsession by M. Dolon HickmonA good lesson for me is to never judge a book by its cover, literally.Before I start my review I have to confess that when '13:24' first came to my attention I had no interest in reading it, not even with Vyckie Garrison of NLQ's recommendation. I took one look at the cover, saw the shaggy-haired heavy metal lead singer and the animal skull above and decided this book wasn't something I'd be interested in. I knew there would be descriptions of physical and spiritual abuse and figured I was not going there again because this book would trigger me … [Read more...]

Patriarchy in Homeschool Culture

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by Samantha Field cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons I grew up in a subculture of evangelical Christianity that’s known as “Christian Patriarchy,” which is what the people who preach and teach this “lifestyle” un-ironically call it. I was also peripherally a part of the Quiverful and Stay-at-Home-Daughters movements, which are all separate things. A family can be Quiverful without preaching Christian Patriarchy or requiring daughters to remain at home until marriage, for example. … [Read more...]

Purity. It’s For Girls

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love, Joy, FeminismGrowing up, my brothers got purity rings too. They, too, were expected to stay pure until marriage. I have often taken comfort in the seeming egalitarian application of purity teachings in my own upbringing. Or so I’ve told myself.But I’m getting frustrated. Because let’s face it, the emphasis is on the girls. … [Read more...]

GHC Retracts Invitation to HARO

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So that fund raiser that we posted last week to help Ryan Stollar and associates to go the Great Homeschool Conference to speak isn't needed now. Looks like in a typically chicken-crap fundamentalist/evangelical move they've withdrawn the invitation. If I were a betting woman I'd say this is more about protecting the message and the brand from anyone/thing that might cause those attending to actually think for themselves. Poorly done and cowardly. … [Read more...]

Part 5: Abuse Survey

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by Living Liminal cross posted from her blog Living LiminalPart 5 - Abuse SurveyLate last year, I answered an online survey about spiritual abuse. I would like to share some of those questions and answers here, hoping it will give you a better picture of where I am up to in my journey. … [Read more...]

Help HARO Present at the 2014 Great Homeschool Convention

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A request from our awesome friends at Homeschool Alumni Reaching Out, which has grown out of Homeschoolers Anonymous. They've have an opportunity to be part of the conversation on the future of homeschooling at the Great Homeschool Convention but need help to raise the funds to cover expensives. Here's what they have to say: … [Read more...]

TTUAC: Immediate Obedience or Death

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love, Joy, FeminismTo Train Up A Child, pp. 3—4 “WHOA, HORSE”We live in a horse and buggy community where someone is always training a new horse. When you get into a buggy to go down a narrow, winding state highway filled with eighteen-wheelers and logging trucks, you must have a totally submissive horse. You cannot depend on whipping it into submission. One mistake, and the young men are again making several new pine boxes and digging six-foot deep holes in the orchard. … [Read more...]

Teaching Our Kids Religion

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open GroundIn a post the other day, I mentioned that homeschoolers tend to be sheltered from secular ideas – to the extent that homeschool students are often not allowed to disagree with their parents or formulate their own opinions. The post lacked clarity in several areas. I am a graduate student and have been writing extensive term papers this month. So I rushed the post. Quite frankly, if I turned in a paper as undeveloped and unclear as that post, I’d get a bad grade. … [Read more...]

6 Examples of HSLDA Trying to Keep Vision Forum Outside the Mainstream

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by R.L. Stollar of Homeschoolers AnonymousOn April 15, 2014, WorldNetDaily did an in-depth report on Lourdes Torres-Manteufel’s sexual assault lawsuit against Christian Patriarchy advocate Doug Phillips. In the report, WorldNetDaily interviewed Michael Farris from the Home School Legal Defense Association. Farris appeared to put Phillips and patriarchy “on blast”: … [Read more...]


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