Quoting Quiverfull: Speaking Up or Using Children to Defend Violence?

From The Rebelution by Brett Harris in "Defending the Second Amendment" "Purging our society of violence and murder cannot be done by gun control legislation." She continues, saying that in passing legislation,"You are not eliminating guns from society … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Calling in the Media on Social Service?

by Rebekah Pearl Anast from Homeschooling Pioneers Actually, the media wasn’t negative. It was a strategic move by my Dad to take the heat off of us. Social Services had gotten wind of our home education, and we were given a court summons. The judge and a few power-hungry and small-minded … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Struggling Adult Daughters?

by Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin of Visionary Daughters - Authoritative Parents, Adult Daughters & Power Struggles - May 14, 2007 Many stay-at-home girls believe that, as they become adults, their fathers’ jurisdiction … [Read more...]

Orphan Fever

by CaluluMother Jones magazine has finally published Kathryn Joyce's account of the Evangelical Movement's obsession with adoption and the inevitable not so great outcomes when you don't take practicalities of foreign adoption under consideration. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Smiting Over Fatherhood & Divorce?

Colin Campbell of Meet For Men He Has a Fathers Heart  April 16, 2013 All this divorce by Christians is having a debilitating affect upon our nation, as well as future generations. We certainly need this Elijah anointing to turn our hearts back to the value of children. The "one to two children"  … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Self Pity & Sexual Immorality?

by Jay Younts at Shepherd Press - April 12, 2013A toddler sulks because she can’t play when it is time for a nap. A nine-year-old feels deprived because he has to share the video game console with his little brother.  A young teenager thinks he is an outcast because no one who is “cool” ever talks to him. … [Read more...]

Open Thread Discussion on Christian Fundamentalism

by Vyckie GarrisonOver on the Spiritual Abuse Survivor Blog, Defeating the Dragons, Samantha is looking for input on readers' personal experiences with Christian fundamentalism.One of the questions she asks is: I know that some of you … [Read more...]

roses – how the purity culture taught me to be abused

by Samantha[warning: I am going to be talking about sensitive, sex-related issues today, including rape and sexual assault. ]First, let me share my rationale … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Victims of Gay Marriage?

by Linda Harvey of Mission America When I was eight years old my Christmas list had one item: a bride doll. How overjoyed I was when Santa left under our tree that beautiful doll with her white veil and satin dress. This was the stuff of little girl dreams that in my future would be a wedding … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Generational Sin?

by Doug Wilson from Blog and Mablog The Bible teaches that sin is organic. It grows and develops, and does so in a natural progression. There are many images of this, but the upshot is that the harvest of terrible consequences does not look anything like the field did when it was first planted.When sin is trans-generational, this means that the apparent innocence occurs in one generation, and the subsequent payout occurs in the third and fourth generation. So, then, when we sin with our fathers, this does not mean that everything looks the same way. The same sin may … [Read more...]


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