The Child as Viper: How Voddie Baucham’s Theology of Children Promotes Abuse

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by R.L. Stollar - Community Coordinator for Homeschoolers Anonymous. Cross posted from Homeschoolers AnonymousEditor's note: A very long read but worthwhile. The more this type of harmful theology is exposed to the general public it creates a much smaller chance that someone else will be taken in by it. Note: the following piece is a long-form article. If you prefer to download and print the article for more convenient reading, you can view and download the article as a PDF here. … [Read more...]

NLQ Book Review: God’s Buried Children by Daniel Farcas

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by Suzanne TitkemeyerOver a year ago a series of emails landed in my email box asking me to read, write a review, publish the review here and give this book five stars on Amazon. I do get review requests for NLQ on a regular basis, so this was just another of those. The topic sounded interesting, the memoirs of a man raised in the over burdened world of Romanian orphanages. … [Read more...]

WTH? – Pat Robertson Advocates Beating Kids To Appreciate The Blessings Of Christmas?

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spoken by Pat Robertson on his television show 'The 700 Club' on January 5th, 2015 as reported by Raw StoryEditor's note: Found this while searching for Pat Robertson's predictions for 2015. I like to keep track of his yearly predictions and then revisit just to make sure none of them have actually occurred. Could not wait to share as part of Quoting Quiverfull.  Letter to Pat Robertson: … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 2 – Michael Pearl’s Word Salad About Neglected Children

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by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy Magazine - Family FountainDo you remember that game on the PBS show "Sesame Street" named "One of These Things Is Not Like The Other"? Four things pictured, three with some unifying theme and one with no connection. This is sort of like that in that this piece has not much to do with the first part published last night at NLQ. … [Read more...]

Child Coercion or Religious Freedom?

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Serious trigger warning: If you are sensitive to crying children and loud demanding adults. Trigger warnings also on a church exploiting the images of children.Found this on the Facebook group for Recovery from IFB. It is also posted at Awkward Moments Children's Bible and on their Facebook page. Looks like it was originally posted by the Rose of Sharon church camp in the Memphis, Tennessee area. Thoughts? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: The Right Way to Spank?

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from Focus on the Family - The Biblical Approach to SpankingWhere in the Bible does it lay out how to spank your children? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: What is Normal Exactly?

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by Shoshanna Pearl Easling from No Greater Joy - Yes! I Am Normal … [Read more...]

Part 1 – Navigating the Justice System: Alone at Nine Years Old

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by Sarah Henderson cross posted from her blog Feminist in Spite of ThemTrigger Warning: For child abuse/neglect/mistreatmentWhen I was about 9, my parents were investigated by Children's Aid. Social workers came out to talk to us. They met with us and found out that my parents spanked as punishment - which made sense since my parents had posted "The 21 Rules of This House" next to the dining room table. They came back a … [Read more...]

Revisiting Steadfast Daughters in a Quivering World: Part 6 – Soul Binding

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[Note: this series is dedicated to Quivering Daughtersby the former-Quiverfull moms at No Longer Quivering.] by Daisy My name is Daisy. I am a good person…but I was a bad parent. … [Read more...]

Revisiting Steadfast Daughters in a Quivering World Part 2 – Expectations

by Vyckie Garrison Along with appeals to "sincerity," many Quiverfull parents, when their children push back, will be tempted to minimize abusive parenting practices by pointing out that "there are no perfect parents." It's true ... we ALL screw up! But when things don't work out so well for those of us who presumed to lead and to offer up ourselves and our children as examples of a "godly family" for other Christian families to follow, we don't all the sudden get the luxury of obscurity, we don't get to blend in with the crowd of imperfect people. "To whom much is given, much will be required." [Note: this series is dedicated to Quivering Daughters by the former-Quiverfull moms at No L … [Read more...]


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