“But That’s What The Bible Says”

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by Kristen Rosser cross posted from her blog Wordgazer's WordsI have written extensively on this blog about why "But the Bible clearly says" isn't necessarily a very good defense for certain traditionalist positions.  I've written a lot of posts that analyze certain texts which are supposedly "clear," but which maybe weren't intended by the original writers (or understood by the original audiences) to mean what seems so "clear" to us today. … [Read more...]

Mental Health: From Shame to Seeking Help – Part 5 Fighting the Shame

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by Lana Hobbs cross posted from Homeschoolers AnonymousHA 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 Five of this series was originally published on June 14, 2013. … [Read more...]

Fascinating Womanhood Review: Putting Him First

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by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons I’m just going to leap head-first into this chapter, “Make him Number One”:A man wants a woman who will place him at the top of his priority list, not second but first. He wants to be the kingpin around which all other activities of her life revolve. … [Read more...]

CTBHHM: Don’t Resist, Confront or Challenge

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love Joy FeminismCreated To Be His Help Meet, pp. 100-104 A wise woman does not dream of what “could have been.” … Therefore, she is joyful and content in her present circumstances. In this section, Debi will argue that you need to impose a sort of thought policing on yourself, and that discontentment stems not from bad … [Read more...]

Changes That Heal

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by Mari cross posted from her blog Mari's Musings’ve been reading a book lately called Changes that Heal. It’s about changes. Ones that heal.This book is also about problems. Problems that occur when you don’t know how to set up proper boundaries or problems that occur when we don’t know how to bond to others properly. … [Read more...]

My Brave Sisters

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by AJ cross posted from her blog I am PhoenixThe other day, I saw an ad for a TV show where a group of Amish young people were set loose in NYC. I laughed because I knew what they were going through. I've lived through a similar experience, except there weren't cameras following my every move. I grew up in a cult that was similar to Amish or Mennonite homes, … [Read more...]

Laughter is Good Medicine: Tracts & Flyers

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Just a tract and a flyer that make me laugh by their mistakes and assumptions. Did you know, for example, that atheists are cranky all the time? How about misspelling the word "Illiterate" while accusing the country of being illiterate?   More at Buzzfeed Comments open below … [Read more...]

Christianity and the “Male Gaze”

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by Kristen Rosser cross posted from her blog Wordgazer's WordsBe modest.Be beautiful."Don't cause a man to stumble.""Don't let yourself go." … [Read more...]

Mental Health: From Shame to Seeking Help – Part 4 Shame Meets Truth

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by Lana Hobbs cross posted from Homeschoolers Anonymous BlogHA 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 Four of this series was originally published on June 12, 2013. … [Read more...]

Fascinating Womanhood Review: Appreciating and Admiring Men

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by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons Covering two chapters today (good thing, too. There’s like thirty chapters or something). Both are dedicated to women fawning over their men, essentially. I actually almost used a picture of Bella and Edward because of the feelings I have toward these chapters. … [Read more...]


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