Quoting Quiverfull: Young Y-O-U-N-G Women Need to Marry and Have Babies?

Quoting Quiverfull: Young Y-O-U-N-G Women Need to Marry and Have Babies? December 8, 2015

quotingquiverfullby Biblical Gender Roles from Biblical Gender Roles.com – The Biological Case for Polygamy and Marriage of Young Women

Editor’s note: This is pretty scary to me because medical research has shown that people aren’t finishing physically maturing until their mid-20s. That’s just about the time that BGR says you should stop having babies according to his post. And his assertion that you have lost 90% of your eggs by 30? That information is from only one single study, not the follow up studies done by places like the Mayo Clinic that dispute this finding. This lie about fertility was show on the “New Girl” a few years back and has been thoroughly debunked.

Biologically speaking, a woman’s best time to conceive and bear children is from the time of her first period (for most girls between age 12 and 13) and age 24. After age 24 chances of birth defects and problem pregnancies begin to rise. At age 30, a woman has used or lost 90% of the eggs she will ever have and this is why women in their 30’s typically have a much more difficult time getting pregnant.

The reason that God designed a woman to have children at a younger age, as opposed to an older age(like 30s and 40s) is because of the extreme stress that is placed on the body during pregnancy, as well as the energy and physical stamina that is required to care for and wean a child in their younger years.

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