Not Quoting Quiverfull: What is a Cult? Church of Wells Edition

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According to the Wartburg Watch and Ronald Enroth's book "Church That Abuse" the hallmarks of a cult are - 1.   Control-oriented style of leadership2.   Spiritual elitism3.   Manipulation of members … [Read more...]

“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 Part 3 (and I hope the conclusion!) … [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 way not many have considered. Very good read. … [Read more...]

TTUAC: The Promise of Perfection

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love, Joy, FeminismTo Train Up A Child, pp. 1—2Quick 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 be working on in these reviews. Also, the first part of the title of each of these posts is the actual title of the section in TTUAC. The second part, after the dash, is my addition. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Newer Translations of the Bible Promote “Feminist Agenda”?

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by Steven L. Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church - NLT and the Message Promote "Equality in Marriage" I saw an article that someone posted about marriage that said this:They may quote Scripture and sound super-spiritual, but behind the façade of husbandly authority is deep insecurity and pride that can morph into spiritual abuse. First Peter 3:7 commands husbands to treat their wives as equals. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Shop Window Porn?

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by Veronika Winkels from Ladies Against Feminism and Mercatornet.com - Shop-Window Porn Violates Children's Rights, So Let's Fight It My sister Anna and her husband Jacob have four young children, all daughters whom they are trying to raise to value their own dignity and face the world with self-esteem and confidence. … [Read more...]

Part 2: Alarm Bells Start To Ring

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by Living Liminal cross posted from her blog Living LiminalAs we engaged in the journey forward, there was a strong acknowledgement of our own brokenness and our total reliance on God - which was why we obeyed when we believed God was telling us not to call another pastor (“do not to ask for a king!”). … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: That Dirty ‘P’ Word – Patriarchy

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by James McDonald from Ladies Against Feminism and Every Thought Captive Magazine from Highlands Ministries In our day, there is a great battle over how words are defined. This happens often in the political arena where the words “liberal” and “conservative” seem to take on a different meaning depending on who is using them. … [Read more...]

News: Christian Right Mega-Church Minister Faces Mega-Mutiny For Abusive Behavior

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from Alter Net Calvinist super-star Mark Driscoll is the iconic figure at the heart of a church empire that spans five states and fifteen locations. Founder of the Mars Hill franchise, Driscoll boasts a flock of 14,000 members plus hundreds of thousands of listeners and readers via web and print media, including, until last month, 466,000 followers on Twitter alone. … [Read more...]


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