Quoting Quiverfull: Be Careful What You Read?

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by  Mrs. W. A. Carbone as posted by the Botkin Sisters at Visionary Daughters - Christian Romance NovelsEditor's note: This was originally published back in 2006 at Visionary Daughters. While I know Christian romance novels must exist somewhere are they a common thing? This sounds like it's harmless escapist fantasy literature. Is escapism literature really a sin or a much needed break occasionally from endless laundry and child rearing?  Thoughts? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Annihilation is What Non-Believers Crave?

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by John Piper of Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood and Desiring God on his Twitter feed.Editor's note: Word salad with a ridiculous idea. Annihilation is no reward for anyone and not something people really want, except perhaps a very few languishing on Death Row inmates somewhere. … [Read more...]

The “Feminization” of the Church

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by Kristen Rosser cross posted from her blog Wordgazer's WordsIn recent years a lot of people have been talking about why in most Christian churches there is an approximately 60-40 ratio of women to men.  This 2006 Biola Magazine article puts it like this: There are generally more women than men in every type of church, in every part of the world. . .A traditional explanation is that women are more spiritual than men. But the leaders of [a new masculinity] movement suggest that the church’s music, messages and ministries cater to women. . . The result of this feminization is that many men, even Christian men, view churches as “ladies clubs” and don’t go — or they often go to please their … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Not Enough to Pray and Read the Bible?

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by Colin Campbell of Above Rubies. From Meat For Men - The Anointing Test Part 5Editor's note: According to Mr. Campbell it's not enough to simply believe, pray, read your Bible and try to emulate Jesus. Everyone else needs to be able to 'see' that God is walking with you. Is this not putting extra rules on the simple truth of the Gospel? This is exactly the type of high demand behavior tactics that cults use.  … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: God’s Slave?

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by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - A Love SlaveEditor's note: Nancy seems to think that being a wife and mother is a sort of slavery instead of an expression of free will and love in our lives. How does that fit with her idea that being a mother and wife is the highest honor and only role for a woman? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: No Touching Anyone You’re Not Married To?

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by Dr. Peter Masters as published in the Metropolitan Tabernacle (London, England - IFB affiliated) publication  The Sword and Trowel 2012 - Mutual Debts in Marriage Editor's note: Ran across this piece on one of the many Facebook recovery groups. This article has some pretty appalling ideas of what 'debts' are owed between spouses in a marriage. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Nancy Steals Hanukkah Day 3 (With Some Body Shaming)?

Jesus believed in cleansing the temple with a wipe.

by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - Family Dedication ServiceNotice at the very end, after Nancy has explain all about desecrating, cleansing and rededicating that she mentions having the children rededicate their bodies 'body temple' because of things that have come in to dirty and spoil the temple. What could a child have done that would make that even a possibility? Oh, that's right, Nancy believes that every moment of thought is sin. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Stealing Hanukkah Day 1 (Glomming on to Jewish Traditions)?

Coolest menorah I've seen. Doubt Nancy's is this interesting.

by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - My Family and I Will Never Give UpI guess Nancy isn't content to misinterpret the Holy Bible and has to horn in on Jewish holidays, twisting that to be another one of her 'traditions' that she can misunderstand. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 2 – Adapt To Your Man Or Else?

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by Debi Pearl from No Greater Joy Magazine - Multi-Colored GirlFirst the 'be like me!' and now the comes the hard slap in the face that is Debi's marriage advice. Does 'Glorious Marriage' really mean 'Abusive Slavery'? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 1 – Adapt To Your Man Or Else?

When you force dye roses to make them certain colors it shortens the life span of the rose considerably. I would think doing the same with humans might have the same effect, or at the very least lead to a life filled with frustration.

by Debi Pearl in No Greater Joy Magazine - Multi-Colored GirlIt's all about those fake stereotypes Debi promotes in her books, Visionary, Priestly, etc, etc, etc,.... you get the point. She attaches 'colors' to each role and stereotype too. … [Read more...]


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