The Hypocrisy of Lori Alexander’s New Book

The Hypocrisy of Lori Alexander’s New Book May 29, 2019
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If you’ve been hanging around on Lori Alexander’s private chat room  or her website The Transformed Wife you likely know by now that Lori has just released a Bible study book. Only Amazon is stocking it and it’s a mere five bucks.  Excuse me, four dollars and ninety five cents.

What’s it about? Three guess, okay, so you only needed one – Biblical Womanhood. The same subject that she’s stuck on much of the time like an old Chatty Cathy doll stuck on the same phrase when you pull the string.

I do intend to get a copy and review it here on No Longer Quivering. But it’s going to be a while. Only paper book copies available right now. It takes a good month to get an Amazon delivery here. Lori states that she’s having it ‘transcribed’ right now for Kindle, but it is not available.

Hey, at least this time she does not have family members and the mysterious “Trey” leaving all positive reviews before any of us have had a chance to read it. At this writing there are zero reviews up. Mine will go up once the Kindle edition comes out.

The book is a mere 12 chapters long, or 12 lessons, combined with the costs it sounds like a very slim tome. A pamphlet really. Good. I just wonder if it will have the misspellings and mangled grammar of her other book “The Power of the Transformed Wife”

But that’s not what I want to talk about today. It’s this. How many times has Lori said repeatedly that women teachers could never be trusted, that they are deceived, misguided and foolish? Many times,  yet she expects everyone to forget her words and buy her silly little book where she teaches Bible study. Very hypocritical, but isn’t she always?

Spoken by a woman determined to sell a Bible study book written by herself in violation of her own stated ideas. Do you think she recognizes just how hypocritical her own words are?


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