Saw this post a few weeks ago and resisted commenting, but now in light of the Dalrock and Ken Alexander debate, it sure is applicable. This was listed as an example of how women can teach because they are allegedly under husband’s authority: “When a woman has a Christian blog she is operating that blog under… Continue reading The Injustice of a Beta, Egalitarian Husband
I added a new page at top to act as a general forum to discuss all the various bird observations. Quotes or random thoughts can be shared here that don’t fit in anywhere else.
Godly women don’t have careers, rather they have ministries. They wouldn’t dare touch or be associated with anything that seemed career oriented. Working outside of the home or having any interests besides being a homemaker is a big no-no, something that only selfish feminists do. Godly women are far better than that. When they spend… Continue reading Ministries are Godly Speak for Careers
Lori Alexander is featured in the Daily Mail today. Of all the things she has written, this one is quite mild and I don’t understand why its getting so much attention. If they think that is bad, wait till they read about how 8 months old need flicked and how people who cut and abuse… Continue reading Lori Alexander Featured in the Daily Mail
I am always amused when Christians ask others to pray for them over trivial things, over the minor inconveniences of life, especially amidst all the recent tragedies. To those Christians– I am sorry, but God is probably bit backlogged right now with more pressing prayer requests regarding such things as oh, I dunno–the murder of… Continue reading Prayers for the Inconvenienced
From an Angry Bird: “The answer is yes, you have to submit. Couple of things. First, the wife picked him. She married him. The time to question hubby’s character is BEFORE you marry him, not after. The time to determine whether hubby is going to direct you to contravene scripture is BEFORE you marry him,… Continue reading You Picked Her!
I find it interesting that Christians eagerly say they would stand by their man IF they had or have had an affair, but then at the same time are negative towards couples with open-relationships. A woman who stands by a cheating spouse is not much different than a woman who from the get-go allows an… Continue reading A Realistic Reason Christian Women Stay with a Cheating Husband