Quoting Quiverfull: Making Soldiers in Christ?

From Ladies Against Feminism Kelly Crawford on "Older Woman Teaching the Younger Women: Titus 2 or 'Christian Feminist'?" -March 10, 2013 We need women teaching women what the Bible says about children. That God “desires godly offspring”, that raising children is the first line … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Cultural Moral Decline?

by Reb Bradley in an interview at Divine Caroline The title of my new book Born Liberal, Raised Right makes it sound like it’s a parenting book, but it is not. It is an analytical work that looks at social trends and political philosophies, and reveals how … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Legalism?

by Colin Campbell at Meat For Men -March 5, 2013 "It's not legalism to eat three meals a day to feed the body. Why should it be legalism to feed your spirit and your children's spirit two times a day at Family Devotions?" … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Love is a Choice?

Voddie Baucham from his book "Family Driven Faith" Many of us have completely divorced the concept of love from the mind and will. We speak of the heart as though it were the opposite of the mind and the will when in fact the mind and will are precisely … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Childish Homeschooler Syndrome Part 2

by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin at Visionary Daughters Is growing up in a Christian home an advantage to us, or a disadvantage?We pointed out in our last article that children from Christian homes are beneficiaries of many advantages. The danger is when we let … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Childish Homeschooler Syndrome Part 1

Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin at Visionary Daughters - "Childish Homeschooler Syndrome Part 1" It’s been exciting to watch the homeschool “movement” grow up. The firstfruits of this effort are adults now, and we have a sizable … [Read more...]

Homeschool or Public School – What’s Worse?

by Becoming WorldlyI was talking with a homeschooled friend the other day who was raised fairly similar to how I was, with a more structured and less impoverished environment, and we were sharing stories. This and a few other things got me thinking. We both went on to higher education, got our masters degrees. The conversation between us … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Manipulate or Instruct?

by Jay Younts at Shepherds Press - February 28, 2013 All’s well that ends well is one of those proverbial threads that form the tapestry of conventional wisdom.  In this case the tapestry is threadbare in spots. This thought leads to the idea … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Helicopter Parenting?

by Mary Pride in Homeschool World 2008 You might be thinking, "Who cares how a bunch of rich snobs raise their kids?"The reason I brought all this up is that today's middle-class homeschooling (and other) parents are in the same boat as yesterday's Harvard parents.They knew that the right … [Read more...]

True Love Waits

by Betty Crux If there is anything I have very, very vivid memories of, it’s youth group at either church we attended. I was a loser, no getting around it.  I wasn’t good looking, and my parents weren’t helping that fact.  I had … [Read more...]


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