Fascinating Womanhood Review: The Ideal Woman

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by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating The DragonsThis chapter is titled “The Ideal Woman: From a Man’s Point of View,” making sure, in case we forgot, that women’s lives need to revolve around men, and there’s also plenty of “if you don’t do what I tell you to, your husband will never love you” to go around. This is the chapter where she explains two terms that Helen will be using throughout the book: “angelic qualities,” and “human qualities.” There’s even an amazing little diagram at the end of the chapter: … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: What is a Christian Homemaker?

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by Jennifer from her blog The Focused Homemaker In our feministic culture we may not know what a homemaker truly is and what she truly does.  Have you recently quit your job to become a full-time homemaker?  Maybe you’ve recently married or just had your first child and won’t be returning to college.  In any case, my desire today is to encourage homemakers, new and “old-pro” alike. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Let’s All Have More Babies!

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by Vaughn Ohlman of Persevero News in Demographic Death Demographic Death. The death of a society or group due to a lack of birth, or an abundance of death. Not a literal killing of everyone, or a complete cessation of births, but that point, mathmatically, where a society tips over into oblivion. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: What Boys Like?

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by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin of Visionary Daughters - Brothers and Sisters in Christ: How to Think About Young Men A number of young women have asked us about relationships with young men. They want to know how a young woman should interact with those of the opposite sex, or should she at all? … [Read more...]

Voices of Sister-Moms: DoaHF’s Story

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Cross posted from Heather Doney's blog Becoming Worldly“DoaHF” is a pseudonym chosen by the author. Her story is part of a “Voices of Sister-Moms” blog series here on Becoming Worldly.Introduction: Quiverfull Sorority of Survivors (QFSOS) and Voices of “Sister-Moms” … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Is Racism Driving the QF Movement?

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by Nancy and Colin Campbell from a transcript from an Australian television show called A Woman's PlaceMike Munro is the narratorMike Munro: This church teaches that true happiness can only be achieved if women obey their men. … [Read more...]

How to Raise a Hypocrite

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by Cindy Foster cross posted from her blog Baptist Taliban and BeyondThe Strong’s definition for 'hypocrite' in the New Testament is: “An actor under an assumed character, a stage player.” Websters New Collegiate Dictionary defines it: “A person who pretends to be what he or she is not; one who pretends to be better than is really so, or to be pious, virtuous etc. without really being so.” … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverful: Little Fairy Shoes, Gays and Womens Pants Suits Cause Major Fires?

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Pastors Kevin Swanson and Dave Buehner from Generations With Vision as quoted by Jonathan Hurley Org. in regards to the recent Colorado Springs fires. Quotations in italics. Swanson noted that a Denver Post photograph of State House Majority Leader Mark Ferrandino kissing his partner also helped trigger God’s wrath. … [Read more...]

Thoughts on a Biblical Government?

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by Calulu(Disclaimer: We're big Jimmy Carter and the Carter Center supporters in this household. We've met former President Carter more than a few times and been struck by how he and his dear wife Roslyn do a good job living out the words of Jesus every day. … [Read more...]

Mental Health: From Shame to Seeking Help Part 2

by Lana Hobbs cross posted from Homeschoolers AnonymousMental Health — From Shame to Seeking Help, Part Two: Learning Shame in ChildhoodHA note: This series is reprinted with permission from Lana Hobbs’ blog, Lana Hobbs the Brave. Lana describes herself as “an aspiring writer and a former religious fundamentalist” who currently identifies as “post-Christian.” She was homeschooled in junior high and highschool. Part Two of this series was originally published on June 7, 2013. … [Read more...]


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