Quoting Quiverfull: Childish Homeschooler Syndrome Part 1

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Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin at Visionary Daughters – “Childish Homeschooler Syndrome Part 1″ It’s been exciting to watch the homeschool “movement” grow up. The firstfruits of this effort are adults now, and we have a sizable [Read more...]

Homeschool or Public School – What’s Worse?

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by Becoming Worldly I was talking with a homeschooled friend the other day who was raised fairly similar to how I was, with a more structured and less impoverished environment, and we were sharing stories. This and a few other things got me thinking. We both went on to higher education, got our masters degrees. [Read More...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Older Single Women?

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Jonathan Lindvall of Bold Christian Living Still, Biblically, the parents’ role (and particularly that of a woman’s father) is very significant. I suppose it is theoretically conceivable the Lord would lead a woman to enter a betrothal covenant and marry without her father’s [Read more...]

The Purity Conversation – My Two Cents

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by Kristen Rosser It appears to have started with a blog post called I am Damaged Goods by Sarah Bessey, in which she says: In the face of our sexually-dysfunctional culture, the Church longs to stand as an outpost of God’s ways of love [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Manipulate or Instruct?

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by Jay Younts at Shepherds Press – February 28, 2013 All’s well that ends well is one of those proverbial threads that form the tapestry of conventional wisdom.  In this case the tapestry is threadbare in spots. This thought leads to the idea [Read more...]