This is a series we run every Thursday. The questions are things that people who may not know much about the Quiverfull movement or even Fundamentalist or Evangelical Christianity ask about the lifestyle. Examining some of the questions involving long held Quiverfull theology and
While updating NLQ this week I ran across this over on Michael and Debi Pearl’s website No Greater Joy talking about a cartoon book version of the Bible they publish titled ‘Good and Evil’
We never cease to be amazed at the global outreach that Good and Evil is having. That God would take our dream of a picture Bible and use it in all parts of the world continues to humble and amaze us! In the next several issues of the magazine, we want to share with you some of the testimonies we have been receiving on the impact of Good and Evil, whether from Syrian refugee camps in Germany, behind prison bars in Arizona, soccer teams in Byelorussia, or this Buddhist temple in Puerto Rico! Truly we serve an amazing God!
When reading that they thought it was appropriate to give to the largely Muslim Syrian refugees, and to Buddhists after the news of Steven Anderson being deported from Botswana I have to ask why in Quiverfull, Fundamentalist, Evangelical Christianity there is zero respect for the beliefs of others. What makes them so dismissive of others while pushing their brand? Is it really appropriate to give a refugee that has lost everything and likely needs practical help, food, clothing, supplies, medicines, a Bible instead?
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