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Abortion Doesn’t Contribute to Women’s Health

Many years ago I was one of about 250 people picketing in front of a “women’s health clinic.” Why would we do such a thing? I think it would be safe to say that all of us supported women’s health. … Continue reading

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What a True Feminist Said About Female Courage

A feminist, like everyone else, can be inconsistent. You could summarize a recent post by Calah Alexander that way. We came across Ms. Alexander’s piece, “What a Woman in Crisis Really Needs” recently. I’m sick and tired of hearing about … Continue reading

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Why 20 Percent of Women in the US Never Have Children

Imagine a world where children are considered a competition to personal pleasure. Where couples marry but choose not to have children because they want to play. Actually, that world is already here. We’ve written about this troubling trend before: Why Christian … Continue reading

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Radical Feminism and the End of the Family: Mission Accomplished?

The nuclear family must be destroyed … Whatever its ultimate meaning, the break-up of families now is an objectively revolutionary process,” says author and woman’s rights activist Linda Gordon. She is joined in that view by author and feminist activist … Continue reading

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Every Home Needs a Lady

Remember when it was a compliment to be called a lady? The term has fallen out of favor in many societies, and the loss is bigger than mere semantics. Our friend, Nicole Curiel, a student from Guadalajara, Mexico, writes: It … Continue reading

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Feminism Doesn’t Mean What it Once Did

We received the following thoughtful response to Darrow’s post, A Personal Story About Why Words Matter, from our friend, Ryan Davis. Because it was worthy of more than a simple, brief reply, we are posting it here, with Darrow’s reply, … Continue reading

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Created to Be a Woman

When Lydia Sigourney pointed out, in 1837, that Christianity has brought dignity to the woman, while other faith systems have often left women degraded, she was ahead of her time. Gratitude for the religion of Jesus Christ should inspire an … Continue reading

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What Today’s WOMEN (and Men) Owe to Lydia Sigourney

Women and men alike owe much to an obscure maternal feminist who died 150 years ago. In language that sounds almost quaint, E.B. Huntington wrote the following tribute to a woman named Lydia Sigourney, on the occasion of her death. … Continue reading

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LAMENT for Another Time … “Women and Children First”

In his last days in office Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta pushed two new social policies into the heart of the US military establishment. On Jan 23, 2013 he lifted the ban on women serving in combat. On Feb 11, 2013 he expanded military … Continue reading

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The PERFECT DAY to Celebrate God’s Gift of Female

In my experience, there is one truth that almost always brings women to tears: the transcendent nature of the maternal heart. When they hear what the Bible says about a woman’s nurturing instinct, that God’s maternal heart is the source … Continue reading

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