Things I Loved and Why I Really Loved Them

by Arietty There were a lot of things in my QF days I professed to love.. no I actually loved. Things that were very important to me. Things I built friendships on. Things I was suddenly so completely over that it’s like another person had those interests. I got a bit of a shock when [Read More...]

Will use your book in my college class

Vyckie, I have been reading your posts- actually soaking it all up like a sponge might be a better way of putting it. I am a college instructor and graduate student, finishing up my PhD in sociology at NC State. I have, for the most part, avoided the topic of religion with my students here [Read More...]

Christian Dominionism ~ Part 2: R.J. Rushdoony and The Ties that Bind Extremist Politics to Christian Patriarchy

by km Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 Born in 1916 to Armenian immigrants in the United States, Rousas John Rushdoony was a Calvinist theologian whose fundamentalist teachings would provide the intellectual foundations for Christian Dominionism—or Christian Reconstructionism—in North America.  In his writings, Rushdoony laid the groundwork for the establishment [Read More...]

Shutting Off My Brain ~ Part 2

by Journey When we got back from our honeymoon, it was so exciting to set up our new apartment on our Bible College campus. The “married dorms” seemed so big and grown-up, and I put those thoughts about our honeymoon behind me…until Mark told me the news that “God” had told him I needed to [Read More...]

I was too wiped out and overwhelmed to enjoy the fruits of my labor

by Vyckie Shortly after Angel’s first suicide attempt, I remember thinking to myself that all of my children were growing up without me ~ because I was much too worn down physically ~ plus what little energy I did have was all being zapped from me daily as I tried to make life with their [Read More...]