Quoting Quiverfull: Defining What To Feel?

Quoting Quiverfull: Defining What To Feel? June 20, 2013

From Focus on the Family’s Boundless Blog by Martha Krienke – Put Away The Panic Button

Panic, worry, anxiety have no place in a believer’s life.

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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 to examine the ideas of Quiverfull honestly and thoughtfully.

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  • After I got done stabbing my eyes out I was struck with the thought that the sentence “______ has no place in a believer’s life” really has no place in a believer’s life. I’ve never once heard that used in a way that wasn’t dismissive, overly simplistic, or judgmental.

  • NeaDods

    Wow, so it’s not enough to be ashamed of your body and worried about your salvation, you’ve got to cut off half of your normal emotions as well. That can’t possibly add impossible stress. /sarcasm

  • Saraquill

    Way to insult believers.

  • Sara Lin Wilde

    And then it’s a ridiculous cycle. The stress it adds can only make you feel worse, because you’re not *supposed* to be stressing. If you had real faith, you wouldn’t be anxious. So you get more stressed out. The fact of having stress creates more stress, and you end up worrying about worrying.

  • Juniper

    Generalized anxiety disorder, phobias, social anxiety, and panic disorder: not a chemical imbalance; a sin.

  • NeaDods

    All the whole assuming that everyone else is doing it effortlessly and not knowing that they’re also messed up and hiding it. Wow. You’ll know we are Christians by our sweet Prozac, apparently.