Quoting Quiverfull: Let’s All Have More Babies!

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by Vaughn Ohlman of Persevero News in Demographic Death Demographic Death. The death of a society or group due to a lack of birth, or an abundance of death. Not a literal killing of everyone, or a complete cessation of births, but that point, mathmatically, where a society tips over into oblivion. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverful: Little Fairy Shoes, Gays and Womens Pants Suits Cause Major Fires?

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Pastors Kevin Swanson and Dave Buehner from Generations With Vision as quoted by Jonathan Hurley Org. in regards to the recent Colorado Springs fires. Quotations in italics. Swanson noted that a Denver Post photograph of State House Majority Leader Mark Ferrandino kissing his partner also helped trigger God’s wrath. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Marrying Young Keeps The Gay Away?

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by Vaughn Ohlman from Persevero News - I Call Them Traitors The Internet was all abuzz with the news that Exodus International, a group that claimed to help ‘homosexuals’ who were ‘struggling with same sex attraction’ to change. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Throwing Stones?

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by Doug Wilson of Blog and Mablog - A Moon Crater I need to say a quick something about Exodus International shutting down, as they did so with apologies extended to gays and lesbians who had been harmed by their reparative therapy. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Southern Baptists Teach Sodomy?

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Vaughn Ohlman of Perservero News - Sodomite Scouts and the Southern Baptists But no one should be surprised, as the Southern Baptists are merely following the tradition they laid down in the matter of the government schools. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Star Trek Equals Bestiality?

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by Kevin Swanson of Generations of Virtue in "Star Trek Into Darkness Promotes Bestiality" He said the movie "implicates the good guy … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Generational Sin?

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by Doug Wilson from Blog and Mablog The Bible teaches that sin is organic. It grows and develops, and does so in a natural progression. There are many images of this, but the upshot is that the harvest of terrible consequences does not look anything like the field did when it was first planted.When sin is trans-generational, this means that the apparent innocence occurs in one generation, and the subsequent payout occurs in the third and fourth generation. So, then, when we sin with our fathers, this does not mean that everything looks the same way. The same sin may … [Read more...]

The Jonathan Nichols Story: Growing Up Gay in the IFB Church

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by Bruce GerencserWhat follows is a brief excerpt of a story about Jonathan Nichols. Jonathan grew up in the Newark Baptist Temple,  the Independent Fundamentalist Baptist church ((IFB) pastored by my wife’s uncle, James Dennis.  The Pastor (Jamie) Overton … [Read more...]

Unwrapping the Onion: Part 8: Coming Out, Bit by Bit

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by Permission to Live  This post is part of a series of nine posts. Please click here to start with the series Introduction.It was getting harder and harder for my spouse to put on a masculine facade when we went out. At home, after all, he was able to just be himself. It was also starting to feel awkward referring to him as a “he.” The pronouns just didn’t fit anymore. Other people started to notice too. When we went down to visit family over the summer we had several different family members ask if my spouse was gay. Apparently being a feminine male-presenting person attracts attention.The summer of 2011 was significant in another way too. I had arranged to meet up with a friend … [Read more...]

Unwrapping the Onion: Part 7: Charting a New Course

by Permission to LiveThis post is part of a series of nine posts. Please click here to start with the series Introduction.It had been a year since my spouse had come out to me. It felt like it had been much longer. So much had changed and yet nothing had changed. We still hadn’t decided how Christianity tied in with our changing reality: I was leaning further and further away from the idea of God but my spouse still believed. We felt like there were no real answers anymore. Life was not as black and white as people wanted it to be. My spouse was talking more and more about transitioning and I felt like there was no one-size-fits-all in gender identity. Maybe my spouse would become c … [Read more...]


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