Quiverfull Mega-Moms Matter the Mostest

by Vyckie GarrisonLast month I was invited to participate in a panel discussion on Women Leaving Religion at the Center For Inquiry's Women in Secularism conference in Washington, DC. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Affirming Who You Are?

by Nancy Campbell at Above Rubies It is important to constantly affirm who God created you to be and who you are in your high and noble calling of motherhood. … [Read more...]

Sexism, Judgement Day and Forgetting as a Survival Tool

by Sierra cross posted from her blog the phoenix and olive branchSometimes, my mind goes through a litany of abuse that I can’t stop. From my father’s intimidation to the men in trucks who ran me off the road … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Raising Maidens of Virtue?

by Ladies Against Feminism to promote the Kindle edition of their book "Raising Maidens of Virture" “Our world desperately needs to see the beautiful antithesis of the gospel. Christians need … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverful: Christian Adoption Unapologetics?

by John Piper of Desiring God - Christian Adoption: Disavowals and Affirmations Here is my effort to express the kind of commitments that would, I think, guard us from the kinds of abuses that have marred this otherwise beautiful movement of compassion and conviction in our day. … [Read more...]

Cloistered Fruit (Not) An Open Letter to the Pearls

by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating The DragonsSo, a friend of mine sent me this post by Michael and Debi Pearl the other day. I encourage you to go read it, just so that you have some context for the following rant and can follow along. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Clumsy and Unfeeling?

by Debi Pearl of No Greater Joy in "Cloistered Fruit" To most young brides the husband appears clumsy and unfeeling. But as the wife continues to obey and reverence her young husband, … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Public Schools Do What?

by Mary Pride of Homeschool World - Sibling Revelry However, in one respect these books do get it right. In school, kids learn to segregate themselves by age. Older kids learn to be embarrassed about spending time with younger kids. Schoolkids also quickly learn the art of the putdown, … [Read more...]

New Duggar Book Delayed

According to the unofficial Duggar Family blog the new book written by the Duggar daughters, "Growing Up Duggar",  has had it's release date pushed back until next year. Here's what they said.3rd Duggar Book...Coming in 2014 … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Real Men Marry?

Vaughn Ohlman of Persevero News in "Real Men Marry"Vaughn has been busy making new friends lately with his charm and wit over on Free Thought Blogs "Butterflies and Wheels"Here's his entire thoughts on men marrying. … [Read more...]