Quoting Quiverfull: The Way It Is?

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From Pat Robertson of CBN and The 700 Club "I know this is painful for the ladies to hear, but if you get married, you have accepted the headship of a man, your husband. Christ is the … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Goodwill Sweaters Have Demons?

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by Pat Robertson on Monday, February 25, 2013 on The 700 Club - Video at link Robertson was answering a question from viewer Carrie, who wrote:"I buy a lot of clothes and other items at Goodwill and other secondhand shops. Recently my mom told me that … [Read more...]

Laughter is Good Medicine: Pat Robertson’s Romantic Advice

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In response to Pat Robertson's advice that women are responsible for their husbands losing interesting in them Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report had these words to say... … [Read more...]

Womens Appearances Wreck Marital Romance?

According to Pat Robertson: If you are a woman and do not keep yourself looking 100% perfect then it is your fault if the marriage ends or isn't good.  Huh? … [Read more...]

Laughter is Good Medicine: New Year’s Resolutions & the Six Craziest Beliefs

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How are you and your family planning on spending tonight? Watching the ball drop on Times Square or some other way? Making any resolutions this year?As I think about things I need to personally change in the coming year I think about the most insane beliefs … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Pat Robertson’s Predictions For 2013

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QUOTING QUIVERFULL is a regular feature of NLQ – we present the actual words of noted Quiverfull leaders and ask our readers: What do you think? Agree? Disagree? This is the place to state your opinion. Please, let’s keep it respectful – but at the same time, we encourage readers … [Read more...]

News & Links: Saturday 24, 2012

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International House of Prayer & Mike Bickle's people start distancing themselves from the Deaton murder & sexual abuse - http://www.religionnewsblog.com/26981/international-house-of-prayer-tyler-deaton?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeedThis is one of the thought patterns in … [Read more...]

Justice is No Lady: Chapter 4 ~ Second Prison Break and the Norfolk Years

Warning: This story series contains descriptions of physical abuse.by Tess WilloughbyIt was 1995. Nate’s grandmother’s basement was orange. It was wallpapered in a fifties motif with little vinyl record albums. My husband, the newly minted Christian attorney, had been in this basement on his laptop computer, hooked up to the internet, for six months.I sat and looked out the basement window, the bottom of which was level with the dirt, and begged Nate for the thousandth time to disconnect and spend some time with his wife and three babies. Nate would come out of the basement only for food, sex (I had the wrong lingeré still), evening TV, and excursions to the grocery store. And to sleep … [Read more...]

Justice is No Lady: Chapter 3 ~ Company of the Faithful

Warning: This story series contains descriptions of physical abuse.by Tess WilloughbyAt Regent University, I had lots of role models. Sweet-tempered women were submitting to their husbands, keeping their student apartments immaculate, and having babies right and left. I learned to buy wheat berries from the local co-op and grind them to bake bread. We were Stepford Wives, only hugely, proudly fertile. We grew herbs. We read books on natural childbirth. We prayed for God to make us more meek and submissive. And we prayed for our dear darling hubbies over at the Christian law school who were going to usher in a new American Revolution and turn this country around. “Shh! Quiet! Daddy’s stud … [Read more...]

Justice is No Lady: Chapter 2 ~ First Prison Break

Warning: This story series contains descriptions of physical abuse.by Tess Willoughby1993 was a rough year. It was the year that Nate was fired from his engineering job in Tazewell, Virginia, and first started thinking about studying the law. It was the year when we went to a conference and met a pastor who advocated corporal punishment for wives, and Nate took to his teachings like a duck to water. It was the year I had Jack, who was conceived a few months after Daniel’s birth. Most notably, 1993 marked my first attempt at a separation from Nate.Daniel had been born at home. Nate and I were part of the Christian separatist movement of the late ’80s and early ’90s, rooted in the belief … [Read more...]


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