The Psychological Cost of not Being Provided For

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By Sarah Henderson cross posted from her blog Feminist in Spite of Them Children not getting what they want certainly does not constitute child maltreatment, and historically isn't uncommon. The societal construct of childhood has changed several times in last few centuries, with ebbs and flows in the level of freedoms, rights, and responsibilities children have at various … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: The US is Like Nazi Germany?

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    Jim Bob Duggar speaking at this year's Values Voter Summit earlier in the week - Jim Bob Duggar Compares US to Nazi Germany During The Holocaust … [Read more...]

Fascinating Womanhood Review: Family Finances

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by Samantha Field cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons Occasionally during the course of her book, Helen gives her readers practical, “down-to-earth” level advice. This is one of those chapters, which is dedicated to telling women how they can help their husbands by “developing the womanly art of thrift.” … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: More Love Via More Babies?

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by Michelle Duggar from ABC News - Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar Trying For Baby Number 20 "My daughter, Jill, said to us, 'Mom, Dad, I don't understand why people would say that. Love really, truly multiplies…it doesn't divide. When you have more people in the family, there is that many more people to spread love all around!'" she said. "I think Jill said it very wisely; love does multiply. It's a joy, because there are that many more people and that much more love in the house!" … [Read more...]

CTBHHM: In Which Debi Has Scientific Proof

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love Joy Feminism Created To Be His Help Meet, pp. 221-222 Debi starts this section with these reassurances: So, is a woman a second-class citizen of the kingdom? Is she to be a subdued, brow-beaten servant to the male species? Certainly not! What the Bible teaches will not put women back into the Stone Age, nor will it turn us into a bunch of Muslim-like women who stay covered in black, sweaty bourkhas. If you knew me (and by the time you finish reading this … [Read more...]

God Don’t Make No Mistakes Says Ray Lewis

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by Bruce Gerencser cross posted from his blog The Way Forward Or so says Christian Ray Lewis, retired linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens. I love the way Ray Lewis played football. A hard-nosed, no-excuse, disciplined player, sure to be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in a few years … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Understanding Education?

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by R. C. Sproul Jr. of Highlands Ministries speaking of homeschooling - A Man For All Seasons Among those lies hatched by the devil’s Research and Development lab that have found the most favor among modern American evangelicals is this- the path to personal prosperity is acquiring specialized educational credentials in a field in great demand. This, we believe, is what we must give our sons, or if we … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: No Knees Seen Ever?

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by Michelle Duggar from the official Duggar Family blog. Thanks to Crushable for pointing out the original blog posting. As a parent I would have to remind them, let’s not stand upside down on your head in that chair because you want to practice being ladylike. And they look at me with … [Read more...]

A Love That Multiples Review: Introduction – Testy Already

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by Calulu cross posted from her blog True Love Doesn't Rape Introduction – "Our Biggest Test Begins" For the last year I've been gingerly attempting to read this book for the purposes of writing a review. Invariably what would happen is I would either snort in outrage or be triggered by some statement straight out of my old fundamentalist life and I'd end up abandoning the book in it's entirety for months. … [Read more...]

Covering Up the Body Before Puberty

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open Ground I recent post by Aletha really stood out to me. This is where she talks about where the pain of modesty began. I started developing breasts when I was 8.  The first time I ever thought about them was in kid’s Sunday School.  I had been wearing a dress that I loved. It had flowers, and a petticoat, and lace.  It was also a year old, so it was a bit tight, and a bit short.  But it was my favourite.  It was, apparently, also a bit low cut.  I don’t know how much cleavage I was showing, but a Primary teacher took me aside and told me that my dress was immodest, and I should cover myself better next time. I didn’t want to … [Read more...]


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