Just a lil’ bit of feminism…

I have a small collection of bad books.  Bad old books relating to the topics of feminism.  One of my bad books is called Women and The New Race by Margaret Sanger…Eugenics Publishing Company 1920.  Yes…that is really the name of the publisher!

I quickly found that when you touch the false god of feminism, it unleashes all sorts of rage.  It wasn’t until I began to delve deeply into the false religion of feminism that I began to understand why this issue wakes up a fire breathing dragon, why it is at war with Christianity and why there is no such thing as a Christian feminist. 

My small collection of bad books tells the chilling truth about those women’s rights women. 

So here’s a sample. Just a few little quotes from an influential early 20th century feminist: 

“If Christianity turned the clock of general progress back a thousand years, it turned back the clock two thousand years for woman.  Its greatest outrage upon her was to forbid her to control the function of motherhood under any circumstances, thus limiting her life’s work to bringing forth and rearing children…”  1

“…churchmen deprived her of her place in and before the courts, in the schools…and society.” 2

…The church has always known and feared the spiritual potentialities of women’s freedom.”  3

“The church has sought to keep women ignorant upon the plea of keeping them “pure”.  To this end it has used the state as its moral policeman.  Men have largely broken the grip of the ecclesiastics upon masculine education.  The ban upon geology and astronomy, because they refute the biblical version of the creation of the world, are no longer effective.  Medicine, biology and the doctrine of evolution have won their way to recognition in spite of the united opposition of the clerics.  So, too, has the right of women to go unveiled, to be educated, and to speak from public platforms, been asserted in spite of the condemnations of the church…” 4

“It is within the marriage bonds, (the roles of biblical womanhood)…that the greatest immorality of men has been perpetrated.  Church and state, through their canons and their laws, have encouraged this immorality.  It is here that the woman who is to win her way to the new morality will meet the most difficult part of her task of moral house cleaning.” 5

“Being the most sacred aspect of woman’s freedom, voluntary motherhood is motherhood in its highest and holiest form.  It is motherhood unchained–motherhood ready to obey its own urge to remake the world.  Voluntary motherhood implies a new morality — a vigorous, constructive, liberated morality.  That morality will, first of all, prevent the submergence of womanhood into motherhood.  It will set its face against the conversion of women into mechanical maternity and toward the creation of a new race…”  6

And it just continues to go down hill from there…. 

“In their subjection women have not been brave enough, strong enough, pure enough to bring forth great sons and daughters.  Abused soil brings forth stunted growths.  And abused motherhood has brought forth a low order of humanity.  Great beings come forth at the call of high desire.  Fearless motherhood goes out in love and passion for justice to all mankind.  It brings forth fruits after its own kind.  When the womb becomes fruitful through the desire of an aspiring love (i.e. planned parenthood), another Newton will come forth to unlock further the secrets of the earth and the stars.  There will come a Plato who will be understood, a Socrates who will drink no hemlock, and a Jesus who will not die upon the cross.  These and the race that is to be in America await upon a motherhood that is to be sacred because it is free.” 7 (my emphasis bold)

Feminism, my friends, is at the core anti-Christianity!  Tell me why we don’t have more Christian families boldly speaking out about the evils of feminism in our culture today?

1-  Chapter 14, Woman and the New Morality, pg. 175
2-  pg. 175
3- pg.179
4- pg. 169-170
5- pg. 170-171
6- Chapter 18, The Goal, pg 226
7- pg.234


  • Tracy says:

    This whole thing with Mrs. Palin has floored me in some areas. Several blogs that I read…..I would have never guessed these ladies were feminists. When the whole Palin issue came up, then these ladies came out. And then when I have tried to point them to what the Word of God says (I even did that gently)…well then they decided to attack patriarchy, raising daughters up to be keepers at home, ….I have been accused of putting God in a box, sheltering my children…the list goes on. Needless to say it has been an interesting week and there has been some “separating the wheat from the chaff”.

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  • BethTN says:

    Tracy… All I can say is — yeah–we know! We have been amazed at all the closet feminist too 😉 But like I said…touch the sacred cows of feminism…you will soon find out which side of the line people really stand.

    Don’t loose heart! God’s truths are everlasting and His Word NEVER returns void.

  • I am curious do you think that the liberals truly understand what Sanger was saying and what she believed? Cause I dont think many “conservatives” do.

  • BethTN says:

    great questions… yes and no…..many of them (the movers and shakers) knew exactly what they were doing and were very strategic about how to bring about change. Sanger knew that she had to get rid of Christianity and the influence of the Church to succeed… and no, most conservatives haven’t a clue what kind of waters they are swimming in….. I have some more interesting quotes and such to publish — just as shocking and unbelievable…

    That is why I say that there is no such thing as a Christian feminist…feminism wars against Christianity.

  • >>>That is why I say that there is no such thing as a Christian feminist…feminism wars against Christianity.

  • My full post did not come through for some reason.

    Beth said: That is why I say that there is no such thing as a Christian feminist…feminism wars against Christianity.

    Amen!! I agree with you completely.

    I guess my real question dealing more with today’s liberal. I know Sanger knew what she was doing. She was very methodical about it all. But, if we look at the scheme of today’s voters. You see that the percentage of liberals are those that Sanger would have not wanted to ever see the light of day. Yet, they are the ones pushing for the same type of people and policies she was but today they seem to be less obvious.

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