Quoting Quiverfull: Part 7 – Dancing With the Devil

Keep in mind that this is what Michael is talking about when he speaks of punishing with death sexual sinners.

by Michael Pearl of No Greater Joy - When the Worst HappensToday Michael is speaking of extremes and his conflicted emotions in dealing with this subject. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 6 – Dancing With the Devil

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by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy - When the Worst HappensTeenagers Fourteen to Eighteen Years Old - All guilt and hormones, oh my! … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 5 – Dancing With the Devil

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by Michael Pearl of No Greater Joy - When the Worst HappensDelving once again into the notions of sin Michael Pearl holds about normal childhood explorations of their bodies. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 4 – Dancing With the Devil

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by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy - When the Worst HappensWhen the offender is someone else's child and they've exposed your children to their sexual sin this is what Michael recommends you do: … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: It’s All About Sex With the Duggars?

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from US Weekly Magazine Issue 1025 October 6, 2014 – The Duggars Rules of RomanceThe article in US Weekly is like the gift that keeps on giving stupid all the time. From another small side panel in the article. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Did The Duggar Modesty-Scale Change?

Old school Duggars with no makeup and lots of cloth on.

If memory serves me correctly in the early days of the Duggar family television specials makeup was distinctly frowned up, but if the US Weekly article is anything to go by that has changed as well as many other things. Remember when Michelle and all the girls wore those loose sack-like jumpers with huge 'countenance-enhancing' collars? But then again, many Evangelical women I knew (including myself) once dressed like that. It was the uniform of the Good Christian Woman(tm) at one time.Below is a list of Duggar rules on dress from US Weekly Magazine Issue 1025 October 6, 2014 – The Duggars Rules of Romance … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Covering Your Rear?

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by Roxy from Living From Glory to Glory - Women Wearing Pants Everywhere We can be so vain or more, focused on comfort that we can forget about dressing in a feminine way, where only a dress or a skirt, might be a better choice of clothing.Why is it that some ladies will not ever wear a skirt or dress?This is not a matter of legalism.But rather maybe a dress code!Years ago it was considered rude not to dress in proper way!Dinner, Dates, Holidays, CHURCH...Will we make a choice to help turn the tide; Wear a skirt or dress and say NO to pants for just the sake of, Keeping skirts and dresses the choice of clothing for ladies onlyAs it stands it is the only thing we … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Never Say No?

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Another interesting piece from The Joy Filled Wife over at Lori Alexander's blog Always Learning - Never Defrauding Him SexuallyCurious how this dovetails with the internet pornography addiction and the emotional abuse her husband The Joy Filled Wife experienced - See her earlier posting about her husband's addiction and abuse. … [Read more...]

News: Ending Rape Culture Because Bible?

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by Gina Miller at BarbWire - Godlessness, Safety Nail Polish and 'Rape Culture'We've talked here at NLQ quite a bit about Purity Culture and Rape Culture and how modesty is not the answer to fixing the problem of rape in this country. The message that the religious right is pushing to address these problems is still the same old, same old that doesn't work. … [Read more...]

Singleness in Evangelicalism

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by Samantha Field from her blog Defeating the Dragons There was one day in graduate school when I got home from work, went on a very long walk, then I hid in my room, cried, and ate Sam’s Choice vanilla ice cream while I watched Sense and Sensibility. I’m not exactly sure why I felt the need to do that on that day, but the feeling of just being done with singlehood got a little overwhelming. I was lonely, and I just wanted it to be over with. I wanted to be in a relationship. I wanted to be happy. I was only twenty-four years old. Up until that point, I’d had marriage pushed on me pretty heavily– if you’ve been a Christian in America for any length of time, you’ve probably experienced that … [Read more...]


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