“Equal But Subordinate” and Soft Complementarinism

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by Kristen Rosser cross posted from her blog Wordgazer’s Words My analysis of the “Equal but Subordinate” teaching on women in Christianity seems to be turning into a series.  I didn’t intend to do this, but I do believe the implications of this teaching in its various manifestations should be addressed fully.  This, then, is [Read More...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Taking Feminist Positions When Convenient: Cognitive Dissonance Much?

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by Kathleen Sloan (Board member National Organization for Women) and Jennifer Lahl (Founder and president of Center for Bioethics and Culture) posted at Ladies Against Feminism and Twin Cities.com – Inconvenient Truths About Commercial Surrogacy It’s time for the shenanigans and propaganda to stop and for the inconvenient truths about commercial surrogacy to be told. [Read more...]

Slouching Towards Bethlehem & Other Thoughts

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Our founder Vyckie Garrison and NLQ got a nice mention in a Huffington Post Article written by Clay Farris Naff  – Slouching Towards Bethelem: Putin, Religion and the Second Coming of Fascism The article nicely ties together some of the ongoing news stories involving world politics with religion, putting together the puzzle pieces in a [Read More...]

TTUAC: The Promise of Perfection

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love, Joy, Feminism To Train Up A Child, pp. 1—2 Quick note first, while the book is written by “Michael & Debi Pearl,” certain sections are labeled “by Debi Pearl,” leading me to conclude that the rest of it is written by Michael. That’s the assumption I’ll [Read More...]

Patriarcal Ideas in Modern Culture: Devaluing Fatherhood?

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New feature for NLQ. When Patriarchy shows up in a news story as the accepted believe system in culture we’ll be posting the details here. Bolded for emphasis. From The Huffington Post:   Someone isn’t going to win Father of the Year. A prominent sports radio host told listeners that Mets player Daniel Murphy, who [Read More...]