Quoting Quiverfull: Part 3 – Dogs, Cats And Kids Are All Selfish?

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by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy - Dogs, Cats and KidsEditor's note: This seems a pretty extreme and cruel way to teach your child to share their toys with others. But this is Michael Pearl we're talking about. And a cat vest that shocks a dog he calls "Useless"? Beyond cruel. Emergency Kittens for everyone~ … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 1 – Dogs, Cats and Kids Are All Selfish?

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by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy - Dogs, Cats and KidsEditor's note: I've been watching the NGJ website wondering when they are going to post the May/June issue of No Greater Joy magazine. We're already six days into May and still denada. In my searches I stumbled across this particularly vile article on how kids are as selfish as dogs and cats. How no one has called animal welfare on this man after the way he says he treats his animals is beyond me. He should never have animals or children! Going to pet my kitty right after posting this. You too may need an Emergency Kitten after reading this. The names! The hatred! The only 'dumb animal' I see here is the original author! You've … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: ‘Command’ Traits or Selfish Man?

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by Shalom Pearl Brand from No Greater Joy Magazine - Three Types of Children: Part 4 - A Balanced Child My husband is a Visionary by nature, but it was not so obvious when we married, for he had been raised by a 100% Steady father and a Visionary mother. He was encouraged to work hard, to keep a regular job, and to be steady and reliable. His dad gave him a constant example of a good Steady man, just working daily to provide for the family. His mom let him express his Visionary side, but it was still balanced out by his dad’s Steadiness. His mother tells me stories of how he was always taking things apart, trying to figure out how they were made. He created all kinds of gadgets and ways to d … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Self Pity & Sexual Immorality?

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by Jay Younts at Shepherd Press - April 12, 2013A toddler sulks because she can’t play when it is time for a nap. A nine-year-old feels deprived because he has to share the video game console with his little brother.  A young teenager thinks he is an outcast because no one who is “cool” ever talks to him. … [Read more...]


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