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The Inability Young People Have to Connect with Others

The Inability Young People Have to Connect with Others

An article called There’s No Sex Recession – only a Connection Recession explores why young people are having less sex than their parents’ generation. “The modern generation was specifically taught to give up on love and to focus on themselves and their careers instead…The real concern, in other words, isn’t that young people are having less sex but that they’re unable to form attachments. An actual relationship with the opposite sex eludes them. Young people are afraid of commitment, and they’re…

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Do You Cause Evil to Be Spoken About God’s Word?

Do You Cause Evil to Be Spoken About God’s Word?

Christians don’t like to talk much about blaspheming God’s word. In fact, I have never heard a sermon on this topic, have you? But God is clear in His Word that there are ways that we blaspheme His Word (speak evil of God’s Word). One way we are told is if young women are not keepers at home. “That they may teach the young women to be…keepers at home…that the word of God be not blasphemed” (Titus 2:4, 5). In Debi…

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Mothers at Home, You are a Magnificent Success!

Mothers at Home, You are a Magnificent Success!

“Your choice to be a subtle whore leech. My choice to pursue my MBA and 40 year career. I am far above you in every level.” This is a comment I received on my blog the other day. Yes, I receive many hateful comments but this one will be disproved by what I am going to share today. In The Federalist, there is an article called Why Do Feminists Say Women Aren’t a Success if They Focus on Family? The…

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Preaching the Offensive Parts of Scripture

Preaching the Offensive Parts of Scripture

“God has laid out His standards. They’re not negotiable. And I’ll tell you this, if the church doesn’t wake up soon and obey the Word of God, all is lost. We don’t need to fall victim to this stuff. You don’t need a Master’s Degree to figure out what it means to love your husband, love your children, and work at home. How hard is that? By the way, there are no qualifiers there, no caveats, no footnotes. It’s just…

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Why Men Want Their Wives to Work

Why Men Want Their Wives to Work

“Many men now want their wives to work for the paycheck they bring home so they can buy more stuff.” This is a comment I made on my post The Backlash of Women in the Workforce. Here are a few men’s comments to this. Many men “want” their wives to work outside the home (“want” isn’t really the right word here, but there is no other suitable substitute) for a variety of reasons. Among them: 1. They’ve been brainwashed by…

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The Backlash of Women in the Workforce

The Backlash of Women in the Workforce

“Cameron recalled Anna once commenting that the war (World War II) would change the situation of women because they were now handling duties once solely male dominated. Of course this boon could well have a certain backlash, but for now Cameron knew to ride with the positive wave of it.” (Judith Pella “Forward the Sunrise”) What are the backlashes to women handling duties that were once solely dominated by men? “The demise of our society and family values started with…

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No One Wants to Take Care of the Home

No One Wants to Take Care of the Home

Women entering the workforce has caused war between the sexes. Women want to take over men’s roles (careers) but most men don’t want to take over women’s roles (keepers at home). Take this example of what has been spread around Facebook: A man named Brian wrote: “No man working 40 hours a week wanna come home to a hot pocket and fruit punch!” A woman named Jessica responded to him: “No woman working 40+ hours a week wanna come home…

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Quality Time is a Lie

Quality Time is a Lie

When I was a young mother, there was a lot of talk about “quality time” among those young mothers who were career women. They felt that if they gave their children quality time, it would make up for the quantity of time they weren’t with their children. It sounded good but in practice, it was not good at all. Children are not ignorant. They can tell when they are being neglected. Many of my friends loved coming over to my…

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The Minefield of the Passage

The Minefield of the Passage

Some godly preachers/teachers of the Word (like John MacArthur and Carl Broggi) have called the term “keepers at home” listed in Titus 2:3-5 the “minefield of the passage.” Most won’t even teach it since it causes such angry reactions. Women will come up with all types of examples, exceptions, and reasons that God wanting young women to be keepers at home just could not be true. Entire articles have been written about all of the women in the Bible who…

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“The Exodus of Women From the Home Has Been a Disaster For Women” – Elizabeth Warren

“The Exodus of Women From the Home Has Been a Disaster For Women” – Elizabeth Warren

In an article called The Forgotten Reactionary Elizabeth Warren, the author wrote this about Ms. Warren’s book The Two Income Trap: “Its wide-ranging conclusions are too numerous to summarize here, but the central one is that, generally speaking, the exodus of women from the home into the workforce that began in the 1970s has been a disaster for women, who find the infinite responsibilities of child-rearing compounded with the drudgery of wage labor; for families, who are now twice as…

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