I Love Homeschooling, Quiverfull Families!

I Love Homeschooling, Quiverfull Families! by Hillary McFarland Happy Monday! I’d like to take a few moments to address a few issues that continue to appear despite my ever-growing list of FAQs and disclaimers (::understanding smile::). This post today is simply for the record . . . I love big families! (And small ones, too!) […]

The Bondage of Betrothal

The Bondage of Betrothal by Eric M. Pazdziora One of the fundamental teachings of the Biblical Patriarchy and Quiverfull movements is the doctrine of “biblical courtship,” or “betrothal.” (My brother suggested the word “casuistries” instead of “teachings,” which is perfect except that I didn’t know it before, either.) This teaching has it that since a […]

Why I am Still a Christian

Why I am Still a Christian couple of similar comments were left recently that I wanted to address in a post: “Without trying to be antagonistic, I am curious why so many have continued in the christian religion after their experiences with it. I was raised as a strong Protestant, and had spent years studying […]

This Week at the Quivering Daughters Blog…

This Week at the Quivering Daughters Blog… ollowing the release of my book, I’ve been praying about the direction to take this blog and my writing. The ways God has blessed this work humbles me daily, and my heart’s desire to to bring Him glory and honor through it and through other things He brings […]

Why I am Still a Christian

Why I am Still a Christian couple of similar comments were left recently that I wanted to address in a post: “Without trying to be antagonistic, I am curious why so many have continued in the christian religion after their experiences with it. I was raised as a strong Protestant, and had spent years studying […]

The Bondage of Betrothal

The Bondage of Betrothal by Eric M. Pazdziora One of the fundamental teachings of the Biblical Patriarchy and Quiverfull movements is the doctrine of “biblical courtship,” or “betrothal.” (My brother suggested the word “casuistries” instead of “teachings,” which is perfect except that I didn’t know it before, either.) This teaching has it that since a […]

Godly Authority: A Flight to Topsyturvydom

Godly Authority: A Flight to Topsyturvydom by Eric M. Pazdziora oet and playwright W. S. Gilbert (you might know him from his operettas composed with Arthur Sullivan) wrote some comic poems about the far-away land of Topsyturvydom: Where vice is virtue—virtue, vice:Where nice is nasty—nasty, nice:Where right is wrong and wrong is right—Where white is […]

Why I am Still a Christian

Why I am Still a Christian couple of similar comments were left recently that I wanted to address in a post: “Without trying to be antagonistic, I am curious why so many have continued in the christian religion after their experiences with it. I was raised as a strong Protestant, and had spent years studying […]

Why I am Still a Christian

Why I am Still a Christian couple of similar comments were left recently that I wanted to address in a post: “Without trying to be antagonistic, I am curious why so many have continued in the christian religion after their experiences with it. I was raised as a strong Protestant, and had spent years studying […]

Zelophehad’s Daughters | Guest Post by Cynthia Kunsman

Zelophehad’s Daughters | Guest Post by Cynthia Kunsman n acquaintance of mine asked me what I knew of some of the ideas that neo-patriarchy had about unmarried women living alone. I explained that some sectors within patriarchy maintain that Numbers 30 requires unmarried adult women to have an assigned male overseer who is accountable for […]