Recent Event Highlights: 'Sister Wives': TLC's Polygamist Family Asks Us To 'Rethink Marriage' - Huffington Post (blog), Can Mormon Glenn Beck Unite the Christian Right? - Religion Dispatches, New Book Puts Quiverfull, Patriarchal Beliefs Under Spotlight - Everyday Christian (blog), The Duggars - Baby making made irresponsible., Fundie Baby Factories - Quiverfull of it, Revenge of the cradle - Sunday Star Times, and 24 more...
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'Sister Wives': TLC's Polygamist Family Asks Us To 'Rethink Marriage'Huffington Post (blog)It's unlikely, after all, that the Duggars have gotten a lot of converts to the Quiverfull movement or the Gosselins have made anyone give up birth control. ...and more »
Can Mormon Glenn Beck Unite the Christian Right?Religion DispatchesKathryn Joyce is the author of Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement, a study of conservative Christian women's movements (Beacon Press, ...
Eco-terrorism an ignored threatOneNewsNow"The major networks have not had talking-heads on saying, 'This shows how awful the environmentalist movement is. After all, it's people go around trying to ...and more »
New Book Puts Quiverfull, Patriarchal Beliefs Under SpotlightEveryday Christian (blog)For some Quiverfull is a good and blessed thing. For some, the Patriarch Movement works well. We're not all in the same category and not all of it is bad. ...
Rant about People Magazine's article on the Duggars.
Quiverfull family advice here: www.youtube.com The Way Home - Mary Pride wiki: en.wikipedia.org site for ex-quivers: nolongerquivering.com fundie home schooling network: ati.iblp.org stalk me: twitter.com
Coming Out Atheist Discussion - July 22, 2010, Part 2 of 31 Adam and Deborah conclude their review of the news, which includes a discussion about the Quiverfull movement, a study correlating domestic abuse with religious fundamentalism, and renewed efforts within the Catholic Church to stop the use of birth control. Also discussed are Randall Perry's announcement that his group will be burning, beating and hanging Lindsay Graham's effigy and latest developments in the appeal of Judge Crabb's ruling with respect to the Freedom From Religion Foundation's challenge to the National Day of Prayer. We're introduced to Leah Burton of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation. Links: The Man of Earth's YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com Correlation between domestic abuse and fundamentalist religion: www.goddiscussion.com Catholic Birth Control Video: www.goddiscussion.com Randall Perry Organizes Rallies to Beat, Burn and Hang Lindsey Graham Effigies: www.goddiscussion.com
World Report Correspondent Jennifer London explores a new movement called Quiverfull - a belief that says couples should have as many children as possible. This video is an excerpt from the story.
Sunday Star TimesRevenge of the cradleSunday Star TimesDoug Phillips, doyen of a fast-growing fundamentalist Protestant movement called Quiverfull, "preaches a `two-hundred-year plan' for fundamentalist dominion ...
Was called "Home School Daughters of Virtue - Patriarchy, ATI, Vision Forum" Many home schoolers raise their daughters with only one goal in mind - to be a wife and mother. But what happens when their controlling parents won't allow them to form relationships? Unfortunately, the movement is full of 20 and 30 somethings still living at home with mommy and daddy, keeping their parent's house, and raising their own brothers and sisters. It is sad, and it is totally the opposite of what the movement claims to stand for.
Michelle Duggar to Receive 'Mother of the Year Award' at Historic Baby ConferencePakistan Christian TV... of the biblical family that has followed in the wake of the contraceptive movement, we are committed to defending and celebrating life -- in particular, ...and more »
Shall the righteous inherit the earth?Seattle Post IntelligencerYears ago, the Duggars came under the influence of the Quiverfull Movement which opposes birth control and urges each family to be as large as possible. ...and more »
MercatorNetQuite likely, on current demographic trends, argues a British political ...MercatorNetThe Quiverfull movement, which believes in God as family planner and envisions a 200-year plan for American domination is perhaps an extreme case of direct, ...
Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?Financial TimesStill, even a generally peaceable movement can develop a terrorist edge: US anti-abortion activists have killed nine people in the past two decades and are ...and more »
Marry em early so they'll have kids and wont have the mental energy to backslide.
This video is about the child free movement, which has just recentley started getting exposure. I've seen some youtube clips of news stories and talk show interviews featuring child free individuals, but not many videos by users discussing their own reasons for being child free. I wanted to make this video because the choice not to have children because I'm am confident enough in my choice to discuss it and I think others should be confident in their decision as well.
this was bound to happen..........
Some women leave their family planning up to God...sometimes having more than a dozen children. Theyre part of an evangelical movement called Quiverfull. Watch Secret Lives of Women: Born to Breed, Tuesday 10p/9c on WE tv. More on the stories at www.WEtv.com/secret-lives-of-women
Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar of 18 and Counting have announced that Michelle Duggar is pregnant with their 19th child. Although expecting their www.sodahead.com 19th child, the Duggars have worked alongside with MSNBC for several years now (hence their TV show, '18 and Counting'). The Duggars, with their 18, I mean 19 children, are part of the Quiverfull Movement -- they do not believe in birth control.
Duggar Family Expecting 19th Child
...the Duggar family has to do with their religion. Evangelical Christians, the Duggars are reported to prescribe to the Quiverfull movement (though there is no reference to the movement by name on their website), whose foundation is based on Psalm 127: 3-5,...
...what the Detroit Lions are to bad football, and Feminist E is also the author of Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement. None of her history matters though except for the fact that I would never speak to on the record verbally. My answers would...
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www.discdownloads.com Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar of '18 Kids and Counting' expecting baby number 19 They're going to have to change the name of the show again. The prolific Duggar family, stars of the TLC show "18 Kids and Counting," are adding another child to their already overwhelming brood. "We are thrilled to announce that we found out we're expecting our 19th child," mom Michelle Duggar told the "Today" show Tuesday morning. The 42-year-old Arkansas mom - who has been pregnant for an inconceivable 12 years of her life - was surprised to find out she was expecting again just eight months after giving birth to baby number 18. She grew suspicious when she had trouble breast feeding and failed to lose baby weight despite following Weight Watchers. Michelle and her husband, Jim Bob, will actually be grandparents for the first time before their 19th kid is born. Their oldest son and his wife are also expecting. Will it be strange to have a grandchild older than her own baby? Not for Michelle Duggar. "My sister and my mother were having babies at the same time, so I have nieces and nephews older than me," the mom said. "It was a great time because we really have close relationships with my nieces and nephews." The family's reality show, originally titled "17 Kids and Counting," chronicles the conservative Baptists as they raise and homeschool their offspring. The Duggars have said they didn't set out to have such a massive family and even briefly used birth control. But ...
...is by all appearances cheerfully functional, but their commitment to the extreme Christian anti-birth-control movement Quiverfull has drawn disgust on the web. Since when is having an extra-large family in itself grounds for universal condemnation? There was...
...the poster family of QuiverFull. Other families do not paint such a pleasing picture of the movement: Vyckie Garrison, a former QuiverFull mom who left the movement, has become the leader of a small countermovement called "No Longer Quivering" for women who...
At this program on March 11, 2009 at the Museum, three women discussed their struggle to reconcile their feminism with their religious beliefs and practices, and shared how they have reclaimed their religions in a personal way. From left to right: Kathryn Joyce (moderator), "Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement"; Reverend Jane Holmes Dixon, former Episcopal Bishop of Washington; Asra Q. Nomani, "Standing Alone: An American Woman's Struggle for the Soul of Islam"; and Blu ...
...follow a belief system that goes far beyond "Cheaper by the Dozen" high jinks. It is a pro-life-purist lifestyle known as Quiverfull, where women forgo all birth-control options, viewing contraception as a form of abortion and considering even natural family...
...Joyce, one of my favorite writers, has a new book out called Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement. It looks, in a word, awesome. Joyce has been studying the Christian patriarchy movement for years, and has written about it extensively. I haven’t...
...Be Fruitful and Multiply The camera-seasoned couple, well known as the friendly face of the conservative pro-natalist movement Quiverfull, gave a credible pause of consideration before answering. "Well, it's amazing," Jim Bob began, and retold the story of...
...where they tell the world of how they gave up the pill because it was un-Christian. Followers of the evangelical Christian movement known as Quiverfull, the Duggars were featured on a Discovery Health channel special programme in September, and they are working...
...One of the upcoming books I'm most excited about is Quiverfull: Inside the Christian Patriarchy Movement, by former Revealer editor Kathryn Joyce. I was reminded of it this morning when I stumbled upon the blog of Jaynee Lockwood, a Quiverfull mom of "11 little...
The Revealer, a daily review of religion and the press
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...or a remake of "Eight is Enough." But this isn't a sitcom. This a movement. The Carpenter family is part of the "Quiverfull Movement." The name comes from the Bible -- Psalm 127/128: "Children are a heritage from the Lord / children a reward from him/ like...
...world is overpopulated enough, yet these folks in the Quiverfull movement are on a mission to procreate like bunnies if at all possible -- because that's how God wants it. ( ABC ): If there is a grandmother to this movement, it's Nancy Campbell. Her magazine...
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...a sitcom. This a movement. Watch the story on "Nightline" tonight at 11:35 ET The Carpenter family is part of the "Quiverfull Movement." The name comes from the Bible — Psalm 127/128: "Children are a heritage from the Lord / children a reward from him/ like...
...is a whole group of people who, like the Duggars, want to bear as many children as God will send them? Yep, it's called the " Quiverfull " movement, after a section of Psalm 127 which says "Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are sons born in one's youth....
...to God," says David, 38. "The Bible says that God is the only opener and closer of the womb." The Bortels form part of the "quiverfull" movement, a small but growing conservative Protestant group that eschews all forms of birth control and believes that family...
...and is willing to follow the leader his Commander has put over him, that army stands a good chance of winning." So is the Quiverfull movement offering a power that feminism can't? Just wondering what folks thought... (If you haven't left a comment here before,...