Quoting Quiverfull: Suffering Women Who Teach Are Deceived?

by Michelle Lesley from Give Me Church Ladies, Or I Die - Band-Aids vs. Chemotherapy: Why Suffering Women are Drawn to False Doctrine and 7 Things We Can do to HelpEditor's note: This blogger is a new one for us, but she follows some rather toxic and insane teachers like Tim Chailles and Todd Friel. Pretty outrageous, even for a blogging female cultural enforcer. First call most other female cultural enforcers 'false teachers', then make claims about things that happened to them, throw in some personal observations that are unsupported by any empirical evidence or surveys, then jump straight to a ridiculous conclusions about how we're supposed to suffer for the good of our souls. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Burden of Sin For the Molested?

by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin from their cousin Katie Botkin's blog - Navigating history: Dominion Worldview and Christian jihadFound this via a link Homeschoolers Anonymous R.L. Stollar posted on Facebook. Good catch! Be sure and read the entire page as it's pretty horrifying what the offspring of Geoffrey Botkin believe. … [Read more...]

News: Jack Schaap Denied Sentence Reduction

Turns out that the federal judge handling First Baptist Church of Hammond, Indiana's former pastor Jack Schaap's appeal on his conviction is not swayed by Schaap's arguments that his lawyers lied to him and that his victim's sexual history should be considered. Last week Judge Rudy Lozano threw out Schaap's appeal, citing that Schaap was recorded at the original case pleading being asked if he understood that by taking a plea deal and pleading guilty he was giving up any right to file an appeal. He also stated at that time that he understood he could be sentenced to as much as life imprisonment for his crime.Judge Lozano's remarks: “This court repeatedly asked Schaap if he understood t … [Read more...]

News: Jack Schaap Trying To Squirm Out Of Sentence

Now Jack Schaap is claiming that he was improperly represented by his legal staff at his trial for violation of the Mann Act and sex with an underaged girl. Schaap is claiming his attorneys promised him a sentence of no more than ten years, yet the judge gave him twelve years. It was fully within the rights of the judge to decide the length of the sentence regardless of what prosecutors  or defense team members asked for as a sentence. … [Read more...]