Founders of Feminism Had Reprobate Minds

Founders of Feminism Had Reprobate Minds

Christian women are floundering today. They have no idea what they are supposed to do with their lives? Should they work after having children or be home full time? But if they don’t work outside of the home, they will probably get bored and won’t make any money so they will feel useless. Oh, what should they do?

Mark Taspon did an interview with Mallory Millet who is the sister of Kate Millet. Kate is one of the founders of the second wave of feminism. Mallory admits that Kate was mentally ill and was a terror to live with. “I was with them at that table as they founded the Women’s Movement and NOW. The entire stated point of their activities was to destroy the American family and with that, Western Civilization. Is this not crazy? They were tooth-grittingly determined.

“They were driven by destruction and deeply violent impulses toward men and the patriarchy. Their goal? To establish a matriarchy in order to end all war because that’s what men do, wage war. They believed that if women ran everything there would be no more war. In their madness they have conspired to destroy masculinity, drugging our little boys while trying to remake them into little girls and thus, emboldening our enemies who now see us as easy pickings. No nation is easier to overwhelm than one which has feminized the men and put females at the head of the tribe. Matriarchies never survive – never have, never will!”

God tells us that those who “hold the truth in unrighteousness” (they know the truth but rebel against it) are given over to a reprobate mind (Romans 1). Reprobate means “a person abandoned to sin; one lost to virtue and religion.” This completely describes the founders of feminism since they were against all of God’s beautiful ways and they deceived women, even Christian women, into believing that leaving their homes all day and their children in the care of others is best.

“And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness” (2 Thessalonians 2:11, 12).

Instead of following culture and the lies of the mentally ill, young women should consider this when making life decisions:“If all mothers based their choices on whether to return to work by asking the questions, ‘What does the Bible say?’ and ‘What is best for my child spiritually?’ different choices would be made” (Judy Turner). What does the Bible say? It commands young women to love their children and be keepers at home. What is best for their children spiritually? To train them up in the ways of the Lord and hide God’s Word deeply in their hearts when they rise up, walk along the way, and go to bed.

Christian women need to wake up and understand that they need to stop following women who had and have reprobate minds and begin following Jesus and His ways instead. Our culture is a mess and it’s because women have left their God-ordained roles at home and pursued their own selfish gain at the expense of their children.

For those who want to give me all of the exceptions and “what ifs…,” gain some wisdom from Nancy Campbell: “Are we going to base our lives on what ‘might happen’ and be tortured by the ‘sound of fears,’ or are we going to trust in God, who is sure, steadfast, and able to deliver us in any situation?” He tells us that His commands are not burdensome and He is our provider.

From the article above (which I encourage you to read): “My thesis is this: when men ran the world and women ran society we had a chance to conduct our lives in some semblance of balance, but women have abdicated their running of society and thus, it has collapsed dramatically. Women forced their way into the running-the-world deal and now we have a world gone mad. And the beautiful society which we Western women built is in tatters. Moms decided they were the same as men so they deserted the home and babies to grab their briefcases and rush out to run the world.”

Let this not be said of us, women. Go back to the ancient paths, the perfect paths, that God created for you and find rest for your souls which many refuse to walk on.

Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls. But they said, We will not walk therein.
Jeremiah 6:16

28 thoughts on “Founders of Feminism Had Reprobate Minds

  1. “Christian women are floundering today. They have no idea what they are supposed to do with their lives.”

    This is it in a nut shell. Women don’t understand the truth (what the Bible says) about why they were created and what their purpose is on this earth.

    Women! Don’t be deceived by the lies of feminism! Women and men are not the same! They are not equal! Although equal in worth and value in the eyes of God and equal in the inheritance of the kingdom, they are not equally created and are not equal in their roles here on this earth. Women were created and equipped to serve a completely different role on the earth than man. The Bible lays out and defines the role of the woman very clearly for anyone who is willing to read. Pray right now and ask God to open your eyes to His truth!

    Women were created as a companion and a helper FOR the man. Yes, she was actually created FOR the man.

    She was created to bring glory to the man.

    She is to get married, have children and keep house.

    A woman’s husband is her head. He is her highest authority on this earth, second only to Christ in his authority over her.

    She is to submit to, serve and obey her husband in everything, as long as he does not ask her to sin. She is to do this even if her husband is mean, unreasonable and cruel and it causes her unjust suffering.

    She is to submit to her husband just as she would submit to Jesus Himself if He were living in the house with her.

    She is not to teach or have authority over any man in the church.

    She is to remain silent in the corporate gatherings of the church while the teaching is occurring. Literally during this time, she is not to speak but if she desires to learn anything, she is to ask her husband at home.

    In and through all of this she is to reverence her husband, showing him the highest form of respect, mingled with fear.

    She is to understand that all of the service, submission, obedience and reverence that she does for and to the glory of her husband, she is actually doing for and to the glory of the Lord.

    Ladies if you are married, you cannot say that you are serving the Lord unless you are obeying what He has commanded you regarding how you treat your husband.

    How deep does this really go? In 1 Peter 3:6, it tells us that “Sarah obeyed Abraham and called him lord”. That word we translate into English as “lord” is the Greek word “kurios”. Kurios literally means an owner and master, a person who exercises absolute ownership rights. Sarah considered her husband to be her owner and her master and she is held up to you as an example to follow. Do you consider your husband to be your owner and your master? Does the way you treat him reflect this?

    This is what woman was created for and what she is supposed to do with her life. This is where her life will find value, meaning, purpose, blessing and reward.

    Just as Eve was deceived and led to the fall of mankind into sin, women today are being deceived and are leading to the fall the family, the church and to all of Western Civilization.

    Just as a wise woman can build her house up but the foolish woman can tear it down with her own hands, the same holds true for a civilization and we are seeing that unfold before our very eyes. The world is going to go the way it goes but as Christians, we are told to be in the world but NOT OF IT. As Christians our lives and marriages are supposed to look different. Does your life look different? Does your marriage look different? Are you really a Christian?

    Are you living out the purpose for which you were created… serving, submitting to, obeying and bringing glory to your husband, or are you tearing your house, your church and all of civilization down with your own hands? Pray that God will open your eyes to His truth for when you know the truth, the truth will set you free.

      1. Can you please explain the fear part? Why would our view of our husbands be “mingled with fear? Do you mean fear of his disapproval?

        1. Sure. It’s from 1 Peter 3:2: “While they behold your chaste conversation coupled with fear.”

          From a couple of commentaries:

          “fear—reverential, towards your husbands. Scrupulously pure, as opposed to the noisy, ambitious character of worldly women.” (Jamieson-Fausset Brown)

          “Coupled with fear; such a fear or reverence of your husbands, whereby out of the fear of God, and conscience of his command, you give them all due respect, and do not willingly displease them.” (Matthew Poole’s)

          “coupled with fear; with reverence of their husbands, giving them due honour, and showing all proper respect; or with the fear of God, which being before their eyes, and upon their hearts, engages them to such an agreeable conversation.” (Gill’s Exposition)

        2. This instruction (command) to wives comes from more than one place in the Bible. Lori showed where it is taught in 1 Peter 3:2 but when I wrote it, I had the last half of Ephesians 5:33 in mind. “…and the wife see that she reverence her husband”.

          The Greek word the KJV translates as “fear” in 1 Peter 3:2, is the same Greek word it translates as “reverence” in Ephesians 5:33. It is the word “phobeo”.

          Of note, many of the other English translations use the words (reverent, reverence, or respectful) in 1 Peter 3:2 and most of the other translations use the word “respect” in Ephesians 5:33 but simple “respect” does not quite convey the whole of the meaning of the word “phobeo” in this context. Reverence is a much better translation.

          Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defines “reverence” as: “Fear mingled with respect and esteem; veneration.”

          What Lori wrote from the commentaries explains it well and holds true for both verses.

          Phobeo, as used in these verses, does not denote a distressed fear or a dreaded intimidation with reference to a wife’s demeanor toward her husband. Rather, both Peter and Paul are speaking of the reverence that a woman has for her husband because of the reverence she has for the Lord.

          To sum it up, God commands you to have a positive healthy respectful fear for the position of authority that He has placed your husband in over you. God is telling you the He takes the position of “head” (Ephesians 5:23) seriously and he expects you to take it seriously also.

    1. Hi there Trey, can I ask if your wife lives like this toward you and if so is it something she did from the beginning of your marriage?

      Thank you for sharing this.

      Jilly

      1. Hi Jilly,

        I am not sure why it matters if his wife has behaved this way towards him since the beginning because anyone who studies the Word and God’s ordained role for wives knows that all of the principles Trey stated are straight from the Word of God.

        1. Hi Lori, I didn’t mean to give you the wrong impression it is just that what Trey has written here is very similar to what I felt; especially when my Love and I first married. I can’t tell you the grief I have gone through especially from one family member – I have gone through a lot.

          I was told that it was a different time to now than back then and that women where not educated back the day and that was why they were told to be silent…and as for me wanting to submit to my Love oh my word I got told that marriages are between adults and that it is wrong to say that we should still submit in this day and age! Praise God I didn’t listen.

          I remember one family member (a male) thinking it was funny that I was reading “Fascinating Womanhood” and enjoying it he told me to move on in life! I have always loved the 1950 era and felt like I didn’t fit in very well.

          So what Trey was saying was more in tune with what I have felt for many years and I just wondered if this was something his wife agreed with him on; from the beginning of their marriage or something he needed to pray for her to come to see as time went on!

          Sorry this reply has taken so long to write; my precious Antony has been in hospital with heart problems. Please for him as he has got a way to go still. Thank you.

          Jilly

      2. Hi Jilly, Sorry for the late response but I needed a day to consider how to answer this question in a way that would be sensitive to my wife as she reads this blog also.

        We discussed it and I actually encouraged HER to answer but she declined. She did however tell me (with a smile on her face) that I was free to answer in any way that I saw fit as long as I did not “throw her under the bus too bad”.

        To answer your first question, I can tell you that yes, my wife is doing an excellent job of being obedient to the Lord and treating me in a manner that is consistent with just about everything I wrote above. She is not perfect but she is an excellent helper, a blessing to live with, a joy to be around and I am very thankful for her. Her Godly behavior is a great comfort and encouragement. It also convicts me and makes me want to be a better man.

        To answer your second question, no she was not like this at the beginning of our marriage. In fact, it took many years for her eyes to be opened to these truths. Like everyone else on this planet, my wife is a sinner and (like all of the rest of Western civilization) she was deceived, hurt and damaged by the lies of feminism and the lack of good teaching in the church. But the same holds true for me. I was a poor leader for many years in our marriage and my sinful responses to her just made a bad situation much, much worse.

        As I look back on it (for the most part) our sins were not sins of willful disobedience… but rather sins of ignorance. Even though for our entire marriage we were in Bible believing churches; under the teaching of seminary graduates with doctorate degrees; were very active in the church; were there (virtually) every time the doors were open; faithfully attended all of the men’s and women’s bible studies, retreats, conferences, etc…. even with all of this, neither of us were taught the truth of God’s word about what Godly manhood and Godly womanhood really looks like.

        I was not taught how to lead, she was not taught how to follow and we sinned against each other and made a real mess of things for the better part of 25 years.

        We suffered, our marriage suffered and our children suffered… deeply. This is the reason that I am so passionate about sharing the truths that I have found (the hard way) with others so that they will not have to continue suffering any longer in their sinful ignorance but rather can find the blessing, peace and joy that really does come with our obedience to God.

        I know that I come across strong with my words. I am a very direct speaker but in my heart, I feel like I am just one beggar trying desperately to show other beggars where the bread is. For whatever your reason for asking this question, I hope this is a satisfactory answer.

        1. Hi there Trey, thank you this is beautiful post. I have loved reading your response and so happy that there are other couples like my Love and I. God has blessed me so much with my precious Hubby and it is a pleasure to love, support and obey him as I continue to live out God’s Word for my life!
          Jilly.

    2. I don’t agree with this. (Trey’s comment. Not Lori’s post.) Neither does my husband.

      I am not a feminist (and neither is my husband) and we both believe absolutely in the teachings of the Bible and having a Biblical marriage. But our understanding of a Biblical marriage that is pleasing to the Lord is very far removed from this (Trey’s comment, not Lori’s post. Lori is bang on).

      The Bible DOES NOT teach women to “fear” their husbands. The Bible teaches that men are to love their wives as themselves, and as Christ loved the Church. It teaches that men are to treat their wives as the weaker vessel. How do we treat something that is weaker than us? With kindness, gentleness, a light touch. We take care of it. This is what a good husband does.

      The Bible does not teach that women should be obeying an unjust, cruel man. I will have to look up the part that I’m thinking of (I can’t do it now as I’m not at home) but one woman in the Old Testament who wanted to flee because she was being treated unjustly, she had to stay in that situation for a while, but God took her away, out of it, to safety.

      I live in a country with one of the highest rates of domestic violence in the developed world, due mostly to alcohol and poverty. To read a man state that God expects us (women) to stay in a situation where we are treated unjustly and cruelly and causes us to suffer, quite honestly makes my blood boil. Women are DYING because they are staying with abusive men. GOD DOES NOT WANT THIS!! NO proper Godly church would advocate for this, and the church I attend certainly does not.

      Yes, we are to submit to our husbands. Yes, we are to respect, cherish, obey them. We (my husband and I) absolutely agree with that. But to say that a woman should be obeying a cruel, unjust man …. no. Absolutely not.

      A good man making mistakes, is one thing. A cruel man who continues to treat his wife unjustly is quite another.

      We are heading off to a church meeting tonight. If I get time, I will ask our preachers (two men) for their perspective on this, because my husband and I both believe it is totally wrong.

      1. I encourage you to read and study 1 Peter 2:18-23.

        “18 Servants, be subject to your masters with all fear; not only to the good and gentle, but also to the froward.

        19 For this is thankworthy, if a man for conscience toward God endure grief, suffering wrongfully.

        20 For what glory is it, if, when ye be buffeted for your faults, ye shall take it patiently? but if, when ye do well, and suffer for it, ye take it patiently, this is acceptable with God.

        21 For even hereunto were ye called: because Christ also suffered for us, leaving us an example, that ye should follow his steps:

        22 Who did no sin, neither was guile found in his mouth:

        23 Who, when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not; but committed himself to him that judgeth righteously;

        24 Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.

        25 For ye were as sheep going astray; but are now returned unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls.”

        What is the very next verse after all of these verses about suffering unjustly?

        “3 Likewise, ye wives, be in subjection to your own husbands; that, if any obey not the word, they also may without the word be won by the conversation of the wives;

        2 While they behold your chaste conversation coupled with fear.”

        “Likewise…” As Christ has suffered for us, wives who are married to disobedient husbands are called to suffer, too, “coupled with fear.”

        This is biblical, KAK. Nothing Trey wrote is unbiblical and you can find verses to back it all up.

        Now, we don’t promote women staying with physically abusive men. They need to seek help and separate for a time. Here is my post about women in physically abusive marriages:

        https://thetransformedwife.com/married-to-angry-men/

      2. Hi there KAK, I don’t believe Trey is talking about an abusive marriage but rather a marriage that is founded upon God’s Word with both husband and wife living out God’s perfect plan and role for their lives.
        Sometimes people replace the word respect or reverence as fear; I don’t fear my Beloved at all but I do respect and reverence him. Perfect love casts out fear and I must say in times when I have felt fear over the years it is just seeing my precious Hubby face or hearing his voice that melts the fear away. I believe that is because he is God’s gift to me and God only gives good and precious gifts! My Beloved only wants the best for me so I can trust that he will not do anything that would bring dishonor to me, him or God!
        I hope that make sense – it is late here and I am tired!
        Jilly oxo

  2. I did my bit to make Margaret Sanger turn in her grave. Just had a VERY quick labour and had baby #10 after 2 minutes of pushing, max. It was so quick, i had her at home, uunassisted. In the hospital, resting up. 😊

  3. Thankyou for sharing the interview with Mallory here, so very interesting. Specifically the femnizing of boys is so prevalent and very very sad. Lord help us.

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