Quoting Quiverfull: Do Not Share Your Thoughts With Your Wife?

by Larry Solomon from Biblical Gender Roles - How to Train Your Wife Not to be JealousEditor's note: Toxic marriage advice from Larry. Don't share your thoughts, don't allow her to pressure you to spent time with her. Seriously dude, the only thing this advice is growing is frustration and contempt on the part of the wife. You want a divorce? Follow Larry's advice. … [Read more...]

The Duggers Attend Marriage Retreat

Over on Reddit yesterday a man posted a 'Ask Me Anything' thread after having spent the weekend at the same marriage retreat that Jim Bob, Michelle, Josh, Anna and other assorted Duggars attended. He had a lot of interesting things to say about the experience: … [Read more...]

Part 2 – Falling Off the Ladder of Inference

by Cindy Kunsman cross posted from her blog Under Much GraceAll images by Cindy Kunsman from Under Much Grace and used with permission. Please see Part I HERE for the Introduction to the Ladder of Inference and CranioRectal Inversion (CRI) #2      … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: There is GOOD Jealousy?

by Larry Solomon from Biblical Gender Roles - How to Train Your Wife Not to be JealousEditor's note: There is just so much toxic and bad ideas packed into Larry's screed about jealous wives that this just barely touches the surface. Will unpack the rest of his word salad in the next few posts. Jealousy can be a problem in marriage and mature people are usually not filled with jealousy, envy or resentment. This ends up being a post on how to force your wife to accept the idea of polygamy being 'Biblical'. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: God Wants You to Provide Sex, Cleaning and Cooking?

by Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church from two different nearly identical posts - The Wife's Role as a Helper and Letting Your Wife Stay HomeEditor's note: Anderson's push after being banned from countries and being deported? Double down on the wives much do everything and stay home traditional gender roles. They must joyfully put out the sex too! … [Read more...]

How Did Carol Ann Get to Louisiana? – Is Justice Delayed Justice At All For Carol Ann Cole?

by Suzanne TitkemeyerWhen we left off last week we'd looked at the places that Carol Ann either sent mail from or that people had seen her at, ruling out a few places that she might have been for lack of any solid evidence.Someone put together something that I did not understand the significance of in my original research, that the Brownwood Reception Center where Carol Ann wrote her Michigan family from is also called the Ron Jackson State Juvenile Correction Facility. Why is that important? Because it's named for the retired director of the Texas Youth Commission Ron Jackson. … [Read more...]

Good Christian Sex by Bromleigh McCleneghan

by Samantha Field cross posted from her blog Samanthapfield.comWhen I first crack open the spine of a book like Good Christian Sex, the first place I turn to is the bibliography. When I got this book about a month ago I glanced over the materials she referenced, and at first was a little wary. There were a lot of pop culture references, a blog post I’ve occasionally been frustrated with, a smattering of male theologians, and a feminist author who makes a case for abstinence that I thoroughly disagree with. Looking over the table of contents made me feel a touch cautious, as well: there’s a chapter on vulnerability and another on fidelity, two concepts I’ve seen go completely sideways in C … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Women Today Do Not Know Their Place?

by Lori Alexander from her new blog The Transformed Wife - The Power of a Transformed WifeEditor's note: This is the evil core of what Ms. Alexander is assuming about other women in our society today. Apparently this new blog is where Lori's going to keep telling them what to do... plus it looks like Lori has a book coming out by the same name. At least we now know what all that complaining and whining she was doing about the 'Jesus Calling' books and community was about. It was sheer jealousy! … [Read more...]

It’s Not That Complicated: Part 3 Chapter 10

by Mel cross posted from her blog When Cows and Kids CollideAll quotes from the book in blue text.This is the section where the Botkin Sisters decide to act as the arbitrators of how girls should interact with each other.  You might expect that they would have some personal experience in this area.  After reading this chunk, I don't think they have much more experience with female friends than they do with male friends. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Atheists Are Just People Who Hate How God is Running Things?

by Lori Alexander from Always Learning - Divorced Parents Raise Less Religious Children?Editor's note: Ignoring the fact that many divorced women, men and children fall away from religious communities because the members of those communities behave like judgmental unloving jerks to them and concentrating on the most mind-blowing part of Lori's daily drivel. Atheist are people who are mad at God?!?! How can you be mad at someone you don't believe exists? This is illustrative of the fact that those still in the high pressure faith communities have zero understanding of anyone outside their koolaid zone echo chambers and make things up with no basis in reality. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: If Your Wife is Voting For Clinton Punish Her With No Sex?

by Pat Robertson from 'The 700 Club' - Husbands Need to Boycott Intercourse With Their Wives If They're Planning on Voting For HillaryEditor's note: It's been all over Facebook that Pat Robertson said all the sniffing presidential candidate Donald Trump did during that recent debate was merely 'the Holy Spirit'. Is that what they are calling cocaine these days? I kid. But this? Telling men to cut off the sex if your wife votes for Hillary Clinton is pretty extreme. Disney now owns the channel that airs his show but even the fantasies that they push are more believable than what is coming out of his mouth lately. Time to retire. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Parents Are Supposed to Fight Over Discipline?

by Tim Bayly of the Bayly Blog - The Good Father: Fight the Good Fight Part 1Editor's note: Does Bayly have a point here? I can only speak from personal experience and say that there were no fights ever in my family over disciplining the children because this is something we'd agreed upon well before we had children or even get married. I don't remember there being arguments or any whispering over family fights on this subject in my old church either. Money? Oh yeah, popular fight topic for everyone. Discipline? Nope. Not even tearful prayer requests to learn to accept a husband's will for his children. … [Read more...]