by Betsy Childs posted at Ladies Against Feminism and originally posted at The Gospel Coalition - Scargoyle Attacks the Family My dear Moldwhistle,I received your letter of acceptance, and I am pleased to know that you will be joining my team in service to Our Father Below. I have heard from your last supervisor that you are a devious fellow who would value the chance to work for a master tempter. With all due modesty, I believe I can give you that opportunity. … [Read more...]
Quoting Quiverfull: So You Are Important Enough For Satan to Steal Your Socks to Keep You From Church?
by Joe Sands cross posted from his blog Incongruous Circumspection In the October 2013 issue of "Above Rubies," Nancy Campbell's magazine to "...encourage women in their high calling as wives, mothers, and homemakers," Nancy reveals that she really doesn't know how normal society - read: the rest of us - interact with each other. … [Read more...]
Jolene Engel from The Alabaster Jar answering a letter from a lady wanting to know how to handle her husband's sexual requests - What's a Wife to Do When Her Husband Wants Her to Participate in Sexual Sin? First, let me just say that what I’m about to share can be applied to any sexual sin that a husband wants his wife to participate in. So, feel free to add pornography to the list because … [Read more...]
by Vaughn Ohlman from True Love Doesn't Wait - Pornography II: The Married ManOk, so unmarried men should marry on account of fornication, particularly pornography. But what about the married man? How should a married man deal with his issues of pornography? What does Scripture say? … [Read more...]
by Vaughn Ohlman of Persevero NewsSo the worldly social reformer is faced with trying to tell the women themselves not to act in demeaning ways. But let’s face it, they aren’t preaching to the choir. Like the issue of gun control it is the very people they want to reach that won’t be listening. … [Read more...]
by Calulu(Warning, possibly triggering and some of the links are of the not safe for work variety.)Recently I started thinking about pornography. Not that I was partaking it in, it's never done anything for me. I might as well be looking at a pile of rutabagas or dirty socks. It is what it is, but it never did much to make me experience sexual feelings of excitement. But then again, I did grow up in New Orleans, with its capacious amounts of ever present sex shops, hookers, strip clubs and just general debauchery. I was jaded about such things by the age of eighteen and have never viewed them as erotic in any way.Plus I understand the Feminist views on pornography objectifying … [Read more...]