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Lori says that studies aren’t necessary true and that we basically shouldn’t look at them:
Then why is she posting possibly untrue information when she uses studies to base her entire blog post on. She prefers to look at God’s Word, but for some reason feels its still important to cite studies in her post rather than just his Word. Here are just a few examples:
Studies have proven that I was right! I guess I should say that God is right. Remember that post on housework of mine that went viral because so many women can’t fathom doing all of the housework? Some who commented on it even said they wouldn’t marry a man unless he helped with housework! Well, a new study found something very interesting. “They found that women who clean, hoover and do the laundry are likely to live almost three years longer. But men can breathe a sigh of relief – housework appears to have little effect on them. They are better off in the garden, according to research by Dutch academics.”
Studies are great when it proves that God and godly mentors are right. Studies are bad and untrue when they don’t prove God and godly mentors right. Plus, studies aren’t always true. So, don’t get excited about living longer and having more sex.
The Marine Corps chose the best Sports Medicine and Physiological Department University in the country to see how women were doing in the military. The study came out with: “The current study demonstrated female soldiers are significantly different from male soldiers.” The military spent $36 million to find out that women are weaker than men as if this was news. Women can somehow be in the military but not be strong enough to play in an NFL game! The ignorance in all of this is astounding and corrupt.
The study found that females didn’t move as quickly or shoot as accurately as male marines.
So, if studies can be untrue, maybe women are actually strong, they can move as quickly.
This one is interesting because it uses one study she doesn’t agree with or think is true and then finds another article to prove its untrue. Why not just scrap both studies/articles and focus on the Word?
Yes, you read that right. According to Jennifer “Glass and her fellow researchers concluded that the conservative religious culture is in fact a major contributing factor thanks to ‘the social institutions they create’ that ‘decrease marital stability.’ Specifically, putting pressure on young people to marry sooner, frowning upon cohabitation before marriage, teaching abstinence-only sex education and making access to resources like emergency contraception more difficult all result in earlier childbearing ages and less-solid marriages from the get-go, Glass writes in the paper.”
“Glenn Stanton wrote an article explaining that the finding of these “studies” proving Christians divorce more are wrong.”