Quoting Quiverfull: Be Joyously at Home You Selfish Woman!

by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies -Division of Labor Editor’s note: Just like Lori Alexander it seems that Nancy Campbell cannot come up with new topics. She simply recycles old themes: Stay at home, be joyous, raise your children in the cult, gardening, womb-womb-womb! To many ‘Division of Labor’ means things like one parent cooks and the other one washes the dishes, or similar scenarios. Sorry, Nancy, women were not all created to be Dobby the House Slave. (more…) Read more

Quoting Quiverfull: Justifying Racism – Everyone Comes From Slaves?

by Ayla Stewart from Wife With A Purpose – Yes, Virginia, There is a #WhiteCulture Editor’s note: Exploring this lady’s blog it seems like she’s promoting Quiverfull as the way to outbreed those she considers “Non-Whites”, like Asians, Arabs and those of an African background. Scary brown people from races that start with ‘A’. Here she justifies her hatred with by claiming cultural differences and that white people had once been slaves. Hard to believe she thinks she’s following Jesus,… Read more

Quoting Quiverfull: Women Are Not the Image of God But Lesser Creatures?

by Lori Alexander from The Tranformed Wife – Women are Not Made in the Image of God Editor’s note: Do you think Lori has read Galatians 3:28 “There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”? While it does not mention anything about gender roles or being created in the image of God, implying that those distinctions do not matter in the faith communities. Why… Read more

Quoting Quiverfull: Doug Wilson Communism Word Salad?

by Doug Wilson from Blog and Mablog – Rats in our Soul Editor’s note: Doug really, really, REALLY hates the idea of Communism and he makes it clear that he considers it ‘Unchristian’. But, has he not realized that there is a lot about the early church that has similarities to some of the foundational ideas of ideology of societies like Communism. Doug is trying to add something to the theology of Christianity that does not belong. A perfect example… Read more

Sex, Sin and the Bible

by Living Liminal cross posted from her blog Living Liminal Today, a friend of mine (who happens to identify as christian and gay) posted a link on his page to an article entitled 5 Things You May Not Have Realized About Paul’s Anti-Homosexual Words. My friend asked that people read it with a willingness to understand, rather than a desire to prove the author wrong (or heretical, or whatever). (more…) Read more

Quoting Quiverfull: Prodigal Adult Children and Tricky Relationships?

by Michael Pearl of No Greater Joy – Don’t Give Up on the Prodigal Editor’s note: Like much of the Pearl advice there are a few good nuggets in this piece about having a relationship with a prodigal child in a sea of toxic words. I think the key to having relationships with the difficult people in your life is just accepting them for who they are and meeting them exactly where they are without having expectations. Sometimes that might… Read more

Answering ‘Preparing To Be A Help Meet’ – Guys and Friendship

A teenager struggles with trying to define her relationship with a man she met online. She worries that she might be being used for emotional purposes. (more…) Read more

Quoting Quiverfull: Pharmacists Baby-Murdering Abortionists?

by Tim Bayly from Out of Our Minds – Abortion Providers: Planned Parenthood and Kroger…. Editor’s note: Bayly is trying to make the case that all chemical birth control is an abortifacient. Great, why stop at wanting to harass innocent pharmacists for filling birth control prescriptions? Why not arrest all men that masturbate for killing off millions of potential babies, or anyone that uses a life-saving drug that impacts fertility levels? Where does this straining gnats behavior end? (more…) Read more

Before You Meet Prince Charming – Part 3 Chapter 9

by Mel cross posted from her blog When Cows and Kids Collide All quotes from Sarah Malley’s book ‘Before You Meet Prince Charming’ are in blue text. After an allegory packed with dead plant allusions, Ms. Mally decides to use more of her personal life experiences to demonstrate how dreams must die. (more…) Read more

Quoting Quiverfull: Lori Alexander Exhibits Ignorance of Food Insecurity and Poverty?

by Lori Alexander from The Transformed Wife – She Brings Her Food From Afar Editor’s note: Lori goes on to say that everyone can do this so easily. She says that everyone is near a Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods type markets, not understanding that there are many in the world living in ‘Food Deserts’ even in the US. If you are living in a very rural poor area, or in the inner city and you’re not as financially blessed… Read more

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