Quoting Quiverfull: Helicopter Parenting?

by Mary Pride in Homeschool World 2008 You might be thinking, "Who cares how a bunch of rich snobs raise their kids?"The reason I brought all this up is that today's middle-class homeschooling (and other) parents are in the same boat as yesterday's Harvard parents.They knew that the right … [Read more...]

Shedding the Burqa Part 2

by Cindy FosterWhile I waited in the car with the kids, my husband stayed behind and told The Preacher that we would be leaving.This was actually the second time he told him.  The first was the day The Preacher administered ‘The Shunning’ … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Why God Doesn’t Heal?

by Colin Campbell in Meat For Men - February 12, 2013 Wouldn't it be great if our church services were full of testimonies of God's healing. Don't you think that more people would want to know about our great God? Our hospitals that are full of the … [Read more...]

Does Evangelical Christianity Cause Emotional Damage: Part 2

by Brucer GerencserEvangelicalism is dominated by Bible literalism. God said it, and that settles it. There can be no debate, no argument. An infallible God has spoken. Whatever the Bible teaches, the Evangelical is duty bound … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Goodwill Sweaters Have Demons?

by Pat Robertson on Monday, February 25, 2013 on The 700 Club - Video at link Robertson was answering a question from viewer Carrie, who wrote:"I buy a lot of clothes and other items at Goodwill and other secondhand shops. Recently my mom told me that … [Read more...]

Does Evangelical Christianity Cause Emotional Damage? Part 1

by Bruce GerencserEvangelical Christianity teaches that humans are, by nature, sinners. Humans do not become sinners, they are sinners. Humans are born with a sin nature. From the very moment they come into this world they are sinners. This is the lot of … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Protecting The Sanctuary?

by Doug Wilson in his book "For a Glory and a Covering" page 48 "A husband must also be vigilant to protect his wife from spiritual harm. This is what Adam failed to do in the garden, and what Jesus faithfully did for us. A priest is one who guards and protects the sanctuary, and in this sense every Christian man is a priest in his home . . . The failure of Adam at this point was his fundamental failure, and it is the point where many of his male descendents find it far too easy to follow his example" Comments open belowQUOTING QUIVERFULL is a regular feature of NLQ – we present the actual words of noted Quiverfull leaders and ask our readers: What do you think? Agree? Disagree? This i … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Is Insurance Sin?

by Jonathan Lindvall at Bold Christian Living What particularly struck me the other day was the principle of surety. Is insurance surety? Proverbs 11:15 says, "He who is surety for a stranger will suffer, But one who hates being … [Read more...]

Love

by SamanthaAfter my family left our fundamentalist cult, and my life turned upside down –many of the things I’d been told were “true” started unraveling. I started seeing patches of my life, of the way I had been taught to think, were hideously wrong … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Marriage Crisis Part 3?

by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin of Visionary Daughters article “Why Am I Not Married?” – July 1, 2010What is the Solution?There is no quick fix for a … [Read more...]


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