Quoting Quiverfull: Cheerfulness Wins Over Husbands and Children From Sin?

by Lori Anderson from Always Learning - Cheerful Holiness is the Most Forcible of SermonsEditor's note: Most of the post on Lori's  blog is her copying and pasting the words of Charles Spurgeon, with the exception of the last paragraph of her applying his words to the idea of winning over a 'disobedient husband' and others. Yeah, like controlling your facial expressions and words has ever manipulated anyone into repenting from whatever imaginary 'sins' these folks can think up. Nowhere in the Spurgeon quote does it say that this is how you win over 'disobedient' relatives. She's extrapolating without any evidence again. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 2 – This is the Damage Female Cultural Enforcers do in Quiverfull

by an anonymous letter writer to Ladies Against Feminism's Lori Alexander on her personal blog Always Learning - Taking Responsibility For Her Own UnhappinessEditor's note: Shout out to Debi Pearl in this bit. While what the letter writer is describing in her marriage sounds good, like they've managed to get back on track in a healthier way. Especially good is her responding in a better way to her husband's chronic health condition. What she's not said, only hinted at, it's because she is submitting to her husband to an unhealthy degree and suppressing her own emotions and needs. Typical Quiverfull, fix the marriage by pretending everything is perfect once you start doing 'Biblical … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Now the Men Have to be Freakin’ Cheerful Too?

by Colin Campbell of Meat For Men - The Heart Test 1cThis reads more like Nancy Campbell, his wife, wrote this more than anything Colin has said in the past! … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Change Your Attitude Woman!

by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - What's Your Attitude? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: “Making” Yourself Pleasant?

by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - A Beautiful Word One of the beautiful Hebrew words in the Bible is ta' anuwg and it means "delightful, lovely, precious, cherished, pleasant." This word is used in three different ways about family life.1) The love of a husband and wife. In Song of Solomon 7:6 NLT the husband says to his wife, "Oh, how beautiful you are! How pleasing my love, how full of delights!" Why is she so delightful? Because she takes time to make herself delightful and pleasant to her husband. … [Read more...]