Quoting Quiverfull: Who Decides the Definition of “Apostate”?

It might not be a literal sin, but it's a crime against fashion

by Kevin Swanson of Generations With Vision – Homeschool Apostates and Kathryn Joyce’s Sins And, yes, yes. We can see that faithlessness tends to be generational and builds on itself from generation to generation. I make no bones about it.  We’re in the minority.  The masses are moving towards apostasy. The millennial generation is far [Read More...]

Accountability and Failure and More Accountability

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open Ground My early years of my childhood were filled with a lot of rules. My family started homeschooling in the early 90s when I was 6. My first two years homeschooling were really fun. We did a ton of field trips and park days, and [Read More...]

Quoting Quiverfull: “Hanukkah” Parenting?

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by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies – Full Time Hanukkah Parenting Proverbs 22:6, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” The word “train” is “hanuk,” the verb of Hanukkah, meaning “to initiate, dedicate, consecrate.” It is not enough to celebrate Hanukkah [Read More...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Crying in Our Petticoats?

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by Doug Wilson of Blog and Mablog – Bitterness and the Unsubmissive Wife But if every time we get to such a statement of what a wife’s fundamental lack of a submissive spirit might be doing in her relationship to her husband we get a histrionic reaction, then perhaps we are seeing a refusal on [Read More...]

Victims and Abusers and Why Church is Not Safe

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by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons [trigger warning for abuse] If you follow me on twitter, you might have noticed that I watched My Fair Lady this past weekend, one of my favorite movies from when I was younger, but a movie I haven’t seen in years. And while I enjoyed [Read More...]