Part 1 -Chapter 1: The First Commandment – Be Fruitful and Multiply Review

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NLQ Book Review of Nancy Campbell’s “Be Fruitful & Multiply” by Suzanne TitkemeyerNancy starts off the book by claiming that the words God spoke to Adam and Eve after making Eve from Adam's rib were the First Commandment. She thinks that the words of Genesis 1:27-28 are the first thing that humans are commanded to do, 'Be fruitful and multiple, and replenish the earth, and subdue it", not the actual first commandment that Jesus himself reiterates in the New Testament  - "I am thy Lord God and thou shalt have no other gods before me"? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Celebrating New Years ‘Biblical’?

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from Kirk Cameron's blog by Shari Abbott - Is a New Year's Eve Party Biblical?Editor's note: Interesting that the part quoted by Cameron of Abbott's post only mentions New Years Day being Biblical.  … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Nancy Steals Hanukkah Day 5

To counter balance all Nancy's blathering about Hanukkah and lights please enjoy this  Santa riding an alligator Christmas lights display recently spotted in the greater New Orleans area.

by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies - Smoldering or Shining?Sings 'This little light of mine.. I'm going to let it shine.." … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Jerks For Jesus?

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by Matt Walsh from The Matt Walsh Blog - Jesus didn't care about being nice or tolerant and neither should youI found this old Matt Walsh piece on the Facebook page of a former member of my old church that was using it to justify his hateful behavior towards ex members of that church.This all makes Jesus sound like the abusive jerkish boyfriend that eventually goes psycho on you.. … [Read more...]

Apostate: Jean-Jacques Rousseau – Chapter 6

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open Ground In today’s review, I will discuss chapter 6 of Kevin Swanson’s book Apostate. In this chapter, Kevin Swanson intensely unravels his special dislike for Rousseau, more so than any of the other “apostates” discussed in the previous chapters.  In part, I understand. Rousseau was not a man of integrity and honor. As Swanson discusses, Rousseau abandoned his children at an orphanage, in order to devote himself to his work, and he cheated on his lifelong partner. Certainly I share concerns that Rousseau never raised his children, and even greater concerns for the part of Rousseau’s life that Swanson does not narrate (for example: Rousseau t … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Submission Keeps You From Being Victimized?

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by Rebekah (Doug Wilson's daughter) at Femina - On Not Being A Victim 1. Christian women should be characterized by submission. No matter how much cool-shaming is thrown at the concept of headship and submission by the hipper-than-thou crowd, we can’t get around it that the Bible teaches this. Some people scream and run when they hear the word submission, and men like Doug Philips make that reaction understandable. Then over amongst the crowd that’s all gung-ho about submission there is frequently a scary lack of nuance. On the two sides of this question you find people waving their flags saying either, “submission is terrible,” or “submission is wonderful.” But submit is a a word like love. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Does This Sound Like Love?

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by Scott Brown at Ladies Against Feminism - Loving the Law God's Way February is a month when we focus on love. How is love defined and understood? Hollywood says it’s defined by license, narcissism and self-fulfilment. What do you say?Gather your children around and listen to this important sermon as Scott Brown teaches us how to build strong families and teach others as part of the great commision(sic). Scott Brown clarifies how to lawfully use the law. Shedding light on questions about justification, commandment keeping, cultural warfare & transformation, building discernment, the offense the law brings and more. … [Read more...]


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