Feminism

Woman Leaves 1400 Grand Children

September 21, 2009
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Woman Leaves 1400 Grand Children

HT to NCFIC The commandment to “be fruitful and multiply” the Krishevsky family follows quite closely. Last Saturday, the great grandmother, Rachel Krishevsky passed away at the age of 99, leaving behind no less than 1,400 children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and even great-great-grandchildren. You can read the entire article here. My favorite pull quote comes from…

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How the Industrial Revolution Made Life Harder

November 24, 2008
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How the Industrial Revolution Made Life Harder

We have written many times on the Industrial Revolution and what a drastic change it has made to our economic, cultural, and political landscape.  There are so many ramifications, that it is difficult to even identify them, let alone be able to understand their full impact on our lives.  It may be questioned if we are even able…

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Christianity Verses Marxism

October 10, 2008
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I’m curious as we look at the recent events in America, how many realize the foundational belief system these things are tied to?  When we discuss Palin and the feminist / egalitarian nature of the modern evangelical, do we realize that it is Marxist theology that most evangelicals are spouting when they defend their position?…

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Name that Feminist

September 6, 2008
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Name that Feminist

To serve …beside such a man would be the privilege of a lifetime. And it’s fitting that this trust has been given to me 88 years almost to the day after the women of America first gained the right to vote…. It was rightly noted in Denver this week that (there are) 18 million cracks…

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First uhm…ladies of the world unite…?

September 3, 2008
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First uhm…ladies of the world unite…?

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but this one leaves me speechless!  Yep, you guessed it, this is none other than First lady Palin and five former first ladies of Alaska.  I’m not trying to be judgmental or anything, but maybe we should enter Mr. Palin in our Apron giveaway.  What do ya’ll think?   (Check…

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Encouraging Maturity and Responsibility in Young Daughters

January 18, 2008
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One of the many things I love about home schooling my children is that I am able to spend the majority of my time pouring my life into them.   Like all mothers, of course, there are times when I feel spent and in need of refueling.  My husband is so great to remind me of…

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The Monstrous Regiment of Hillary

October 8, 2007
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I was wondering “out-loud” in the post on The Monstrous Regiment of Women what John Knox would think about Hillary and the political women of today.  Little did I know that the Gunn’s had already asked this question in their interviews for the film.  I was thrilled when Emily posted this link in a comment to…

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Speak Like A Man

September 10, 2007
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Our friend Mark has a great post on his site that was a breath of fresh air today.  My wife likes to write about women being women and embracing their roles as wives and mothers.  That is a great topic and it is a blessing to any man who has ever had a wife whose…

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