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Happy Starvation Day Thanksgiving

November 22, 2017 | Author:

Here’s a great reminder that the socialistic ideals of feminism won’t work. Ever. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!

Yenor: Transgender Activists working to Undermine Parental Rights

November 20, 2017 | Author:

Radical feminists aspire to revolutionize society in three ways.

First, they seek to eliminate the different ways boys and girls are socialized, so that they will come to have very similar characters and temperaments.

Second, they seek to cultivate financial and emotional independence of women and children from the family.

Third, they hope to erase sexual taboos, embracing new ways for individuals to achieve sexual satisfaction outside of monogamous, procreative marriage.

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Responsible Manhood: An Officer And A Gentleman

November 18, 2017 | Author:

The wife of embattled Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore today continued a fierce pushback against allegations of sexual misconduct and impropriety against her husband, holding a press conference with other conservative Alabama women at the state capitol in Montgomery.

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Crosspolitic: Christians have Lost Their Vision for Education

November 10, 2017 | Author:

I grew up in the state of Texas and all my friends send their kids to public school and they think “hey it’s no big deal because I know the Christian principle down the road. I know the math teacher, he’s a Christian, we do ‘see you at the pole’ once a year, all these good things.” I just want to grab them by the ear and take them up to the state of Washington, and show them the transgender bathrooms that are developing. Every new government building has to have a transgender bathroom.

The problem is that Christians have for too long [thought] that they could basically coast. As long as there are Christians in there, and they don’t force evolution down our throats. “In our state there are a lot of Christians in the schools so they don’t force the transgender issue down the kids throats”

But that’s not the issue. We need to be training up soldiers. We want fighters. We want our sons and daughters to be arrows. That’s what God says they are, they are arrows in the hand of a mighty man. We want them to rise up and stand with us in the gates and contend with our enemies. So we’re training them to fight.

As soon as you try to have them fight they’re going to get kicked out. You’re not allowed to fight. They need to be taught to fight. You can’t send your kindergartener, your third grader to the public school and expect them to fight.

A lot of our Christian schools are not a whole lot better. At least there we have a chance but so many of our Christian schools just like government schools with bible classes. Homeschools can be the same way. You need to teach them to fight. They need to know who their enemies are and take them.

LISTEN to Crosspolitic episode “David Wheaton and the University of Destruction.

Piper: Do Men Owe Women a Special Kind of Care?

November 5, 2017 | Author:

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Egalitarianism tends to obscure the deeper differences between manhood and womanhood. This has not served us well in the last fifty years. It has instead confused millions and muted a crucial summons for a distinctly masculine care.

What average man or woman today could answer a little boy’s question: Daddy, what does it mean to grow up and be a man and not a woman? Or a little girl’s question: Mommy, what does it mean to grow up and be a woman and not a man?

Who could answer these questions without diminishing manhood and womanhood into anatomical structures and biological functions? Who could articulate the profound meanings of manhood and womanhood woven differently into a common personhood created differently and equally in the image of God?

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Pro-life Sidewalk Counselor Helps Save Baby’s Life, Now 15 Years Old

November 3, 2017 | Author:

By Kirk Barker, Founder Cameron’s Chance Pro-life Advocacy

I was a non-believer most of my life. I had turned my back on God. I denied God. Then one day God showed me I was wrong. Fifteen years ago my wife was pregnant with our son. She became very sick and lost 42 pounds in one month. My wife was hospitalized most of this time. Eventually our doctor told us, “There is nothing more that I can do. If you don’t terminate the pregnancy, you will die.” Unfortunately, we took his advice. We got the procedure set up and went to the abortion center the day of the procedure.

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When Desires for Love and Respect Destroy Your Marriage

November 2, 2017 | Author:

By Mark Grant

There is a common belief within the Christian community that we have God-given desires like love and respect that are good but can morph into evil desires from our selfish hearts. Is this accurate? Should the statement be unchallenged?

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Shapiro: Planned Parenthood Encourages ‘Black Women” To Choose Abortion Over Pregnancy

November 1, 2017 | Author:

On Tuesday, just in time for Halloween, the Planned Parenthood 501(c)4 “Black Community” account tweeted out this delightful thought:

In other words, that baby might kill you, so go ahead and kill it pre-emptively. Read the rest here.

Martin & Katie Luther’s Scandalous Marriage

October 31, 2017 | Author:

“As soon as this former monk married a former nun, people took interest,” says Gabriele Jancke, a historian at Freie University in Berlin. “The moment someone left the cloister, they destroyed themselves, from the Catholic point of view. It was as bad as being divorced.”

As Luther’s intellectual fame grew, some of his allies, uncomfortable with his wife’s outsize presence, referred to her as “Doctorissa” in their letters – intended as a mean-spirited dig at both Katharina and her husband. Others tried to needle Luther by suggesting that some of his ideas were actually Katharina’s.

“Women at the time were supposed to be seen and not heard,” says Martin Treu, a historian at the Luther Society in Wittenberg and author of a von Bora biography. “Von Bora was seen as self-confident, strong-willed, and independent, which were all negative attributes for women at the time.”

The Luthers’ 21-year marriage was an arrangement unusual for their era. While Luther spent his time teaching, preaching, and writing, Katharina worked tirelessly to keep the family business running. After marrying Luther, Katharina turned a three-story former monastery building into the 16th-century equivalent of a hotel, dormitory, and conference center.

As the Reformation movement spread across Europe, the house that Katharina ran became its epicenter. After dinner, Luther, Katharina, and select guests discussed theology and politics in Latin, hammering out the intellectual framework of the Reformation. Her presence at Luther’s “table talks” was unusual. Women were usually excluded from such discussions, and contemporaries remarked on her presence disapprovingly.

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Marie Dentiere—The Woman on the Reformation Wall

October 29, 2017 | Author:

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Guest Contributor, Annie Leavitt.

There is one woman’s name on the famous Reformation Wall in Geneva. She is Marie Dentiere, and she has become a somewhat controversial figure in the story of the reformation. Some have labeled her an early feminist and suggest she was a nuisance to Calvin. Others see a bold and passionate woman who used the means available to her to spread the gospel, and who ended up writing the preface to one of Calvin’s books as a result.

Marie was a French noblewoman who joined an Augustinian convent in her mid-twenties. In the convent she studied some of Luther’s writings, and as a result, left the convent within three years of her arrival. Soon after, Marie met and married another monastical escapee, Simon Robert, who was active in the reformation movement. Together they moved on a pastoral assignment to Valais, where William Farel was a missionary at the time. This was the first time a married couple, not just a solo pastor, had accepted a pastoral assignment for the French reformed church, and people began to take notice of Marie’s active involvement in many aspects of the ministry. She learned Hebrew and Latin, and helped her husband translate a Bible. She also accompanied her husband on many of his evangelistic trips. Eventually, her husband, Simon, died. She married her husband’s good friend, Antoine Froment, and together they moved to Geneva. (more…)

Harrhof: How Christians Should View Halloween

October 28, 2017 | Author:

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“Beloved, do not IMITATE evil but IMITATE good.” — 3 John 1:11a

Guest contributor, Kristine Harrhof

When my kids put on their cow costume from our dress-up box,
what’s the first thing they do?

They get down on all fours and “moooo” like a cow.

When they put on their astronaut costume,
what’s the first move they make?

They climb up high on the couch, land on the “moon,” and tell all family members that they now need to be addressed as “Mr. Astronaut” for the rest of the day.

Likewise, when our kids/teens dress up —
for Halloween or Fall Festivals or Trunk or Treats or a costume birthday party in July —
like devils, witches, demons, prostitutes, zombies, ghosts, Playboy bunnies, demon-possessed people, or axe-murderers,… (more…)

Are You Wasting Your Life at Home?

October 26, 2017 | Author:

So when you hear the voices echoing in your mind, voices saying that you are wasting your life, say this: “Just because I am being poured out does not mean I’m being wasted.” But make sure that what is being poured out of you is costly perfume. When we do our work with faithfulness and humility, for the purpose of eternity and not the purpose of a clean house and presentable children, then it is a beautiful fragrance that spreads, even to those shaking their heads.

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Kay: Have we Christians made Marriage too Complicated?

October 16, 2017 | Author:

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This is an excellent piece, perfect for where our christian community is at right now. There has been far too much binding of the conscience to social spheres, even christian ones, which has undermined Christ sovereignty over our lives including our marriages. Well done Kimberly!

It was a late Saturday morning. After a big pot of coffee and a lot of talking the two of us were making the bed together. As he tucked in the sheets and I fluffed the pillows we were still agonizing over the decision to sell our house and move down the street into a bigger place that we recently found out was for sale.

As we went through the pro/con lists again, I told my husband that I just wasn’t ready to make a decision yet. There was something that wasn’t sitting right with me.

He responded confidently, ‘Well then…we won’t make any decisions until both of us are comfortable with it.’

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How did making a sandwich become a crime against women?

October 13, 2017 | Author:

WHEN young Sydney mother Maddie asked her closed Facebook group of 26,186 mothers for some tasty alternatives to sandwiches for her husband’s lunches, she wasn’t expecting the backlash.

“I would love to hear what other mums make their hubbies for lunch and snacks throughout the work day,” she posted on Tuesday. “We are getting over sandwiches.”

You would think she’d asked for a hemlock recipe, judging by the torrent of scolding which erupted.

She was nothing but a “slave” and a “1950s housewife”.

She was “weird” and no one in their right mind or a “pink fit” would do something so demeaning as make their husband lunch. Let alone snacks.

“Your husband is a grown up and you’re not his mother”, wrote one member of the North Shore Mums Facebook group.

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LIVE NOW: Gianna Jessen poses questions to feminists

September 23, 2017 | Author:

Gianna Jessen addressing Governing God’s Way conference attendees.

Feminists, “If it’s all about women’s rights, where were mine? Why don’t you invite ME to your march on Washington?”