CTBHHM: The Butter Churn, the Carrot and the Stick

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love Joy FeminismCreated To Be His Help Meet, pp. 94-98Debi starts off this section by discussing the 1989 movie Dad. I haven’t seen it so I have only the wikipedia summary to go off of. Basically, a busy young executive is called home to help his ailing parents, and he ends up helping his dad, who had been growing senile, live more fully and learns to live more fully himself in the process. Upon waking up from a coma, the father suffers delusions that he spent his life on a dairy farm, rather than as an aerospace industry worker, and keeps speaking of people who never existed. … [Read more...]

Libby Anne’s Survey Request!

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NLQ's own Libby Anne has a new project started and would love the participate of anyone interested. Info below from Libby Anne's blog Love Joy FeminismA Survey for Those Raised in Religious Homes! July 16, 2013 I’ve written before about the serious methodological problems besetting essentially every study of homeschooling. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Giving Our Daughters to the Imperfect?

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by Vaughn Ohlman of True Love Doesn't Wait - Giving our daughters to imperfect young men As harsh and unfeeling as it sounds to our ears, a daughter is not seen in Scripture as a rose to be hidden under glass, but a gift to be given. Her fruitfulness is frequently mentioned, her delicate sensibilities less so. She is seen as at her best when rising to a difficult task, not when tenderly sheltered. And the entire focus of Scripture is not on her father, but on her husband. How then can it be the role of that father to refuse to give her to that husband? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: No Money For Public Schools?

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by Kelly Crawford of Generation Cedar - Hypocrites and the Food Stamp Comment I recently posted on Facebook, about an interaction I had:“He says to me, ‘Well, if you can feed them without my tax $$ I guess it’s great if you want to have lots of kids.’ Me, thinking: ‘I appreciate your permission to reproduce on God’s timetable. We have never stolen your tax $ to feed our children. … [Read more...]

Voices of Sister-Moms: “Barren” – Samantha’s Story

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by Heather Doney cross posted on her blog Becoming WorldlyToday’s post is by Samantha Field from Defeating the Dragons, where she blogs about her experiences with and life after Christian patriarchy and fundamentalism. Samantha is guest-posting as part of the “Voices of Sister-Moms” series here on Becoming Worldly. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Swords Dripping With Blood?

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by Colin Campbell from Meat For Men God is calling for all Christian couples to raise up children as arrows and swords that are dripping with the blood of God's spiritual enemies. … [Read more...]

Saturday News Links: July, 13, 2013

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Are the Duggars Quiverfullers that use the abusive discipline method advocated by Michael and Debi Pearl? - http://whynottrainachild.com/2013/07/08/duggars-pearls/  Even Dear Abby has had to address the issues of socialization faced by some homeschoolers - http://news.yahoo.com/isolated-home-schooler-cuts-herself-relieve-loneliness-050121916.html … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Sport and Body Worship?

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by Jay Younts of Shepherd Press - Sport and Body Worship Matthew records that Jesus rebuked the Pharisees for being able to interpret the signs of changes in the weather but not being able to interpret the signs of the times. … [Read more...]

The Good and the Ugly Aspects of Christian Homeschooling

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The Good and the Ugly Aspects of Christian Homeschooling - views from the insiders will be featured on today's Free Thought Fridays and Variety Show with Al and Deborah. The show will feature some of our NLQ regulars and associates. More from their site. … [Read more...]

Fascinating Womanhood Review: Understanding and Accepting Men

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by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating The Dragons One thing I will say for Helen’s writing: she is organized. The book is split into two primary halves based on Angelic and Human qualities, and each quality is broken down into parts in order to be explained efficiently. The Angelic quality “Understands Men” is introduced by chapter three, “Accept Him.” … [Read more...]


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