Feminism and Satan : Beauty And The Beast

Liberal women may scoff at the idea but feminism is rooted in the heart of Satan and is a very powerful weapon that he employs to torture, enslave and use women to do his work here in the world.

A Tale As Old As Time

Genesis 3:15 
And I will put enmity
    between you and the woman,
    and between your offspring[a] and hers;
he will crush[b] your head,
    and you will strike his heel.”

1. Genesis 3:15 sets the stage for the epic battle between Satan and woman. He loathed her for siding with God and confessing her sin exposing what Satan had tempted her into. He hated her because God gave the woman’s seed victory over him, he may bruise his heel but her seed would crush his head. The seed spoken of is of course Jesus. This however created the hatred that Satan feels for all women and all of their offspring as they all remind him of his defeat and the fact that he will never ascend higher than God. His future is in the Lake of Fire but until that day he delights in hurting, torturing, murdering, raping, terrorizing, controlling and destroying women and their children.

Note 1: “An article in National Right to Life, March 30, 1994, reported that a Princeton demographer, using data comparing expected male/female sex ratios in various countries to the actual figures, estimates that 60 million women are “missing” worldwide.  A Harvard economist used different techniques to arrive at her estimate of 100 million.  The same article quoted an United Nations report that cited a study of 8,000 aborted fetuses at a Bombay, India hospital of which 7,999 were females.”

2. If you do not believe me look at the world we live in today. Women statistically have a much higher instance of being the victim of violence. Domestic violence and abuse happens on a massive scale world-wide. Women are also at higher risk for random acts of violence and sexual assaults. God gave women a protector in a godly man, unfortunately Satan is able to move through ungodly men, and he perverts Gods will for protection and turns it into the exact opposite. Look at non-Christian countries where Jesus is not worshipped, but other gods are, in these countries we see Satan free to torture women and their seed. Female genital mutilation, women are stoned for being raped, treated much like livestock or other possessions, rampant molestation and pedophilia of young children, beating, acid is often used to mutilate faces and noses are even cut off. In countries where God is not welcome, and Satan reigns in the hearts of men, women and their children are brutalized in unimaginable ways.

3. Satan has infiltrated women and again told them lies that they believe. Satan has told women that liberation only comes through having sexual liberty. I hate to break this to you, but liberty should not include allowing others to use and abuse you for their sexual gratification. If sexual liberty is the key to happiness, then wouldn’t every women truly desire to be a prostitute? Satan has taken that which is natural, a woman’s love and nurturing for her offspring, and turned it into a hatred. Children are a blessing from the Lord, a wonderful hope for future generations, but Satan has convinced some women otherwise. By allowing men to have no responsibility, to use our bodies as sexual objects and then to eliminate the results of a natural union between man and woman, we are perpetuating and aiding men and Satan in keeping women oppressed.

4. In America 57 Million babies have been murdered through abortion. Satan hates babies. When we look at Hitler we can say without a shadow of a doubt that Hitler hated Jews because he sent 6 million to their deaths in Nazi concentration camps. I can say without a shadow of a doubt that Satan hates babies because he has sent 57 Million of them to their deaths in abortion clinics around the United States. Why does Satan hate babies? Every baby is an image bearer of God. Every baby is given a soul and is eligible for the gift of salvation meaning that they can ultimately be adopted as an heir with Christ and have God as their Father. Satan HATES that because he is going to spend his eternity separated from God burning in the Lake of Fire. Satan is jealous of the woman, he is jealous of her seed, because both have the potential to not only spend eternity with God but can give God glory through their lives. Satan wants the glory, he doesn’t want God to have glory. Satan is jealous of the glory we give God.

5. The family unit has been under attack so viciously the past 50 years that seeing a family that is in tact has become the new standard of abnormal. God created a system that when applied brings the peace, love and happiness women truly long for. I look at feminist liberals and I don’t see happiness, I see hate. I see confusion and I contribute that to the state of deception under which they operate. A woman operating under the Spirit of God will not have the desire to sexualize or demoralize herself. She values herself above and beyond what the world tells her she is. She sees herself as the precious child of God that she is. A woman operating under the Spirit of God values life, and especially a life that is gifted her for protection, in her womb. Only a woman operating under Satanic influence could defile herself, abuse her body, and then kill off her children. A fish doesn’t try to live on dry land and a horse doesn’t try to live under water, that’s unnatural. Almost as unnatural as a woman causing herself to miscarry. That goes against every natural law going in all the animal kingdom – procreation is natural & beautiful.

So if you want to do something to enable women to actually live happier lives, promote true liberation through Christ. Women are so much more than objects that exist for men’s lusts and sexual conquests. I can look at feminism and see that it is a system designed by a man. Convince women to sexual gratify as many men as is humanly possible and eliminate all responsibilities on the males part for any children conceived during such sex acts. Then convince women that they can do it all by themselves so that men need not be there as a helpmate, they can just get the milk for free, because that’s what’s liberating for women. What woman in her right mind would call this liberating? It is more like a plan 20 men came up with in a locker room over beer and pizza, and women bought it hook line and sinker.

Come on ladies don’t you know you are worth so much more than that? You are precious Queens, Holy heirs, you are loved beyond measure!

The truth is Satan came up with this plan a very long time ago. He uses men and women all over the world to perpetuate his war on women and children. His hatred is incessant, it will continue and heighten as we draw closer to the second coming of Christ, so we as vigilant prayer warriors must pray fervently that as many can be saved as possible. We must pray against all these antichrists that roam around deceiving and abusing women and children all over this planet.

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness,gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.”
Galatians 5:22-23

Note 1 Referenced In:
Gods Word To Women
By Jean Wright
https://godswordtowomen.org/wright.htm


*** I recommend the Interlinear Hebrew Greek English Bible for an accurate study of scriptures. Also available in a 4 Volume Set (larger print than single volume) Interlinear Hebrew Greek English 4 Volume Set

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60 thoughts on “Feminism and Satan : Beauty And The Beast

  1. I think there are some messages that are better said by a woman than by a man – this is one of those messages.

    I once heard a priest speaking about the fall of man with Adam and Eve and he explained that the original sin is not Eve’s. He explained that the fall occurred, because man, failed to protect Eve: A man’s primary duty is to stand by his wife and take the brunt of the attacks that will come her way. The priest explained that the man had the primary duty of response to the temptation of Adam & Eve and it was his responsibility to address the Serpent in the Garden when the Serpent approached Eve. Granted, I’m not doing this priest’s explanation any justice, because I’m trying to recall from memory a homily from about 7 years ago.

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    1. Actually you did a wonderful job! And you are absolutely correct. Women in 2017 are under a severe case of pride. They are too proud to see their Godly role as fulfilling- they see it as below them or less than what they are capable of. Wrong. There is nothing more important or even than the hand that rocks the cradle. Raising up a Godly family under the authority set forth by God leads to the happiness women are seeking in other areas and finding no fulfillment.

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    1. My nephew is now 18, my sister was told she should abort him because he was deformed…she refused. He is an all star athlete with NO DEFORMITIES. I’m here today because my mom went into the doctors and he told her she wasn’t pregnant, but he wanted to give her a shot to start her period, she refused. If she had taken the shot…I wouldn’t be here.

      You are right the world lies because the “father of lies” rules here. The numbers can’t even be fathomed if you go all the way back. Abortion was mentioned in the Didache a first century document and it was listed under murder.

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      1. This is one of the best posts I’ve read in a long time. You have accurately, and when necessary factually described Satan’s role in casting women as objects for men to use and abuse. And the feminists, in my view, just don’t get it. They rant and rave about their misfortune and treatment by the men of the world. Do you think they would seek the love and understanding Jesus has for men and women? Do you think they might someday look beyond their beligerant protests to Jesus for answers to their pain and suffering? Do you think any of them would ever discover how much Jesus loves them?

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      2. I think this is a case where Christians definitely have the inside scoop on what the REAL issue is. The Bible is SUCH A BLESSING and it gives us protection through knowledge and wisdom…“And when the dragon saw that he was cast unto the earth, he persecuted the woman which brought forth the man child.”
        ‭‭Revelation‬ ‭12:13‬ ‭KJV‬‬

        When I read that I know what it means. Satan has a special hatred for women. Women face so many types of persecution because he has declared war upon us. Feminists try to war with him but they bring the wrong weapons. They are trying to beat him in the physical realm attacking the SYMPTOMS- you have to CRUSH his head in the spiritual realm. They do more to perpetuate the persecution by aiding and abedding the enemy.

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  2. How did Satan get the world to cause so many women to go “missing”? By making the world believe that boys were better than girls, that patriarchs were better than matriarchs, you’ll find that more girls are missing from patriarchal societies than there are girls missing from egalitarian societies that actually values them as people. In these cultures, killing a female infant means one less dowry to have to pay for her marriage, poor families who can’t afford having daughters will sometimes kill the infant the hopes of getting a son who can pay to care for them in their old age, sons also are able to work and have jobs, so they’re more important than girls who live in cultures where the only role is that of a wife/mother and can’t have a job and therefore can’t support her parents in their old age. Yep, that’s all feminism’s fault.
    Actually, it’s not. It’s why feminism exists – to challenge cultures that believe that boys are better and more valuable than girls.

    Domestic violence happens in Christian homes – sometimes because of a misinterpretation of the scriptures. I remember the account of a pastor who had taught his congregation about male headship and female submission, even to his own daughter and the husband he married her off to. One day, he came over to visit her and found her bleeding on the floor, with a knife sticking out of her. He got his daughter to the hospital and wrestled about whether or not divorce was acceptable in this instance, after all, the only Biblical reason for divorce was marital unfaithfulness and his daughters husband was not an adulturer. He feared though that if he tried to reconcile the two, his anger would lash out and next time he might succeed in taking her life; furthermore, as a loving father he couldn’t fathom requiring his daughter to live in a situation where she would be regularly beaten, screamed at, and micromanaged – living in fear of her husband and what he might do to her for not submitting to his impossible demands. So he granted them a divorce and stopped teaching male headship. Foot binding, widow burning, female genital mutiliation – these horrible cultural traditions exist in places where men are special and women are not.
    Feminism exists to call out the sins of Christian households just as much as it does to challenge the errors of non-Christian cultures; generally patriarchal ones that have no respect for women.

    Satan’s lie is that a woman’s sexual agency is non-existant. Her lack of a sexual life is controlled by her father, her sexual life is controlled by her husband – she gets no decision power over if/when she has sex. Christians even teach that a woman is partially responsible for her husband’s infidelity because she didn’t give him enough sex. For the longest time, Christians didn’t even believe that marital rape was possible because once she says “I do” it’s also an implied “yes” whenever the husband wants sex even if she doesn’t.

    Feminism is not the enemy and it never was. Feminism stepped in when Christians were complicit in letting culture do bad things. Feminism asked: “Why must women have a man’s countersignature to secure a loan?” “Why can’t a wife say ‘no’?” “Why are all the people on any given jury just men?” Early feminists – were abolitionists, fighting against the evils of slavery. Feminism has done a lot of good; more good than many give it credit for. But if you want to go back to a world where women can’t vote, have unequal pay, have horrible work environments, can’t open a bank account, etc. – feel free to; just don’t take the women in my family with you – they’re more valuable than that world would have ever let them be.

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    1. I think she’s saying that modern feminism takes things too far. She speaks specifically of abortion and sexual activity, not basic women’s rights. These modern rights go against teachings in the Bible (but remember that men are to be sexually pure too, and also could not support an abortion without going against Christian teachings). I personally think the basic women’s rights are necessary, and we should continue to ensure that women are treated with the love and respect that God wants for us, but I draw the line at abortion and sexual ‘liberation’ and some of the other things modern feminism touts as being good. Also, I hope you’ll remember that that pastor you mentioned is but one person and all Christian belief and practice cannot be judged by the actions of one person. Christianity does not support the mistreatment of women; that was a twisting/misunderstanding of scripture. The majority of Christian communities these days encourage basic feminine rights and treating a lady with respect. I don’t know any men in my church who treat women like the one you described above. Also, abuse is not relegated to Christian households- please don’t put that on our heads, that’s not fair. There are some non Christian cultures that encourage it. Abuse is unfortunately universal. Also, think about how Jesus treated women: he was respectful and kind; this is how men are called to treat women. Unfortunately not all of them do it. I hope that this helps explain some of what Christians believe.

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      1. The Bible in no place speaks of a woman not having the same human rights as a man. Yes, it does say wives submit to your husband, but that is about authority. It also says HUSBANDS LOVE YOU WIVES AS CHRIST LOVED THE CHURCH. That’s an ever greater act of servitude and love.

        The Bible does not condone beating your wives, raping women, or treating women cruelly as some people have claimed. I want a book, chapter & verse for any that say otherwise. There are none. But I agree, women are given human rights equal to a man…the Bible is clear to this. However we are not given the same AUTHORITY in the church – and I have explained that in further detail in my post – Women In Ministry. It is ok by me because I submit myself to the will of God and know that however he designed the authority structure of the church is fine by me. It’s in my best interest.

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      2. To what degree does a woman have sexual agency over her own life? Christians didn’t even think marital rape was an actual thing until the mid 1990s. apparently, saying “I do” was also saying “yes” all the time. Christians have made the mistake in the opposite direction – countering “too liberal” with “too restrictive”. There’s no happy medium where individuals can freely exercise their agency and not experience shame.

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      3. Well nowhere in the Bible will you find a scripture that condones marital rape. None. It is unfortunate that people believed anything of this sorts. But saying all Christians believed such is false. It’s like judging us on Jim Jones behavior. .

        And furthermore the Bible says that if someone preaches a doctrine contrary to the Bible they are not Christians…and beating, abusing, raping women is contrary to what the Bible says.

        This article explains beautifully the major impact Jesus Christ had on women’s lives and rights. Compare Christian countries to countries operating under other religions…we tend to fair much better in Christian countries.

        https://bible.org/article/christianity-best-thing-ever-happened-women

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      4. The Bible also doesn’t lay down much protection for women in a first century patriarchal society, considering there are verses that say: “I forbid women from teaching, or having authority over men.” “Leaders in the church are to be men who …” (Women aren’t allowed to be leaders or pastors.) “Women are to be silent, …” These verses have been misinterpreted to make things worse for women. That’s how people get it into their heads that women don’t have authority, well, why not?

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      5. From what? How can it be protecting you to require you to be silent? How can it be protecting you to forbid you from teaching? How can it be protecting you to require you to wear a head covering when in church?

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      6. First of all I feel like it protects me from having a spirit of pride or operating in my own authority….who am I to question God’s instructions for my life.

        In the spiritual war we are engaged in this is my position I have been given to occupy and fulfill. If you feel you have been jipped by not being able to stand up and give the message then by all means go wag your fist in Gods face and remind him of how this is about you and what you want.

        I will refrain. I am content with the authority I have been given. And I will humbly fulfill my position and do my service pleasingly in the sight of my Father, trusting in his sovereignty and omniscience concerning what is best for me….

        Remember that little scripture…the Just shall live by faith? I have FAITH that he protects me in his delegation of power.

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      7. And I have faith that he gives all of us his power (via the Holy Spirit) and he gives all of us his authority (through Jesus) to be agents of active change who shape the world around us. We’re not meant to be shrinking violets so that others around us can shine all the brighter.

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      8. No one ever said that we were shrinking violets. There are different kinds of strength by the way. Some may say rock is stronger than water, yet if you look at the Grand Canyon you would see evidence of the contrary. The authority God has given me as his daughter, is sufficient for my need and calling.

        I can guarantee you that the Spirit of God would never instruct you to do anything contrary to scripture. And if you are truly operating under him you would not usurp his authority nor desire to…that’s how Lucifer found himself earthbound 😉

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      9. Better to bury talents and hide lanterns under baskets, is it? We definitely don’t want a person’s potential to be realized. And dreams? Those are definitely don’ts … as in don’t have them and don’t try to follow them. Maybe the scriptures are right – women will be saved through childbearing and there’s no salvation for the childless.

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      10. I would suggest that you go and pray about what the Lord wills for your life. And also pray against the devil and the spirit of pride. The Bible says for us not to covet…you covet a mans role. I do not. I desire to please God – not myself. If the Bible said I had to crawl on my belly in the sewer to receive my salvation and a man got to ride on a golden chariot to his…I’d get on my belly and do as instructed…because I understand God knows better than I.

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      11. You speak as if God wouldn’t want me to fulfill my dreams or follow my passions – which he gave me in the first place. Doesn’t a good parent want for their kid the things that their kids hope to become? If your kid wants to be a doctor, do you buy her a home-maker playset and tell her that she should only concern herself with being a mommy? Or do you buy her a doctor playset and pretend to be her patient? God said he was a good father and even he wouldn’t give his kid who asks for bread a stone or a snake. He has to want for me some of the things I want for myself, or else he isn’t who he says he is. And no, I’m not making a God according to my own wishes or desires and I wouldn’t treat him as a genie who grants my every desire – but for him to consistently say “no” on everything defies even his own word of what he says he is and what he says he’ll do.

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      12. Our goal as Christians is to follow Gods will…not our own. We are here to do all things for the glory of God. God never said you couldn’t be a doctor o a lawyer or an astronaut or a dentist or even Queen of England (which she is a Christian btw) he just said he did not want a woman to usurp authority in his church in the role of Deacon or Bishop. Again, I say you need to pray.

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      13. This is tue. But she does not teach from the pulpit. And it doesn’t matter who you are in this world, if you reject the Word of God – you are sinning. Instead of talking to me about your inward struggle with the authority of Gods Word I suggest you spend that time on your knees seeking Gods help in accepting His Word as absolute truth.

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      14. Note that in my post I stated that men were held to the same sexual standards as women. Also, please don’t assume that sexual rape is exclusive to old practices amoung Christian communities. Yes, some Christians practiced it, however, it is not condoned in the Bible. Are you judging Christianity by the word or the mistakes of adherants? Just because a Christian does something bad doesn’t mean that’s what the faith itself stands for. And I do believe that liberalism is too permissive in many ways on average. I think it’s great that liberals want equality and good treatment for everyone. That’s wonderful! I and other Christians just don’t agree with some of the methods in which those ideals are applied. Also, I feel no shame as a Christian, nor do I feel shame for my natural sexual tendencies or attempting to practice sexual purity. I don’t think anyone else should feel that way, either, but I do believe humans need and thrive with some rules. I’m so very sorry that you are so frustrated with Christian practice and belief. I hope that continued contact with us will help you to understand why we follow God and His law. If you’ve encountered Christians who were cruel or made you feel badly, then that was their failing, not God’s. We are supposed to make people feel welcome and included. That being said, we do follow certain laws and can’t accept anything that goes against it, but that in no way means that we are cruel. As I have walked with God I’ve gained a much greater understanding of His way and why He asks us to follow it.

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      15. Yet so very often men aren’t held to the same sexual standards as women, it’s the women who are told to be modest for the men’s sake, the men aren’t given the same message. It’s the women who are told to be quiet, not the men. It’s the women who are told they can’t lead, not the men. Were this any other religion and I described to you the subordination of women to men, would you accept it? Would you gladly don a head covering (1 Cor. 11) and silently sit there in church to glorify God much as women of other religions do? Would you stop blogging so that you don’t accidentally teach men from the Word and transgress it’s law?
        Jesus – was a different kind of guy. His interactions with women were miles ahead what the culture did. Yet Christianity refuses to go beyond what Christ did, and so it results in treating women so backwards – as if women are all children who should be seen but not heard. As if women couldn’t lead their way out of a paper bag, let alone lead a church into greater truth by speaking God’s word. The Bible makes sense for a first century patriarchal culture that practiced gender segregation; not so much for a twenty-first century egalitarian culture that gives women just as much equality as men.

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      16. Do you go to church? I’m 41 years old have been in church most of my life and I’ve never ever ever seen women treated in an insubordinate way. I’ve seen women in charge of youth ministries, women’s ministries, I’ve seen missionaries who travel the world spreading the gospel, I’ve seen women lead in praise and worship…in 41 years I have never witnessed a woman being treated disrespectfully ever at church. Is this something you have encountered or some hear say you are repeating.

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      17. Used to. I attended a church were women weren’t allowed to take up offering because it was what the deacons did and women weren’t allowed to be deacons, even though non-deacon men could take up offerings. I never once saw a woman preach God’s word. One of the women who really “got it” would only stand quietly behind her husband, she never uttered a single word when she was under God’s roof, but was known to have a fantastic sense of humor at gatherings elsewhere.

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      18. I’ve been a Christian my entire life and have known many other Christians. What you’re describing doesn’t happen in most Christian communities. If you’ve encountered some that treat women so backwards, then I’m sorry. There are good ones out there! Christian women are definantly not oppressed, sexually (as was being addressed) or otherwise. Also, society holds different standards for sexual morality for men and women, but to my knowledge most Christian communities hold the same for both genders. As far as the scriptural issue and 1 Cor. 11, yes there are things like that. And I don’t really know what to say about that. No, I wouldn’t stop blogging. I really don’t even know what to think about that; I’m still praying about it. I do have difficulty with those passages, and I can see why you would feel that that’s harmful to women. There are other passages that speak highly of women and some that suggest a reverence for us (in my opinion), so they’re not all like that one. I feel that the general Christian attitude towards women is not meant as negative, though, nor are we meant to be hidden away and useless. As I said, it just isn’t practiced that way in most Christian communities. We’re also not anti feminist, either, we just object to some aspects of it that we feel violate Christian faith, and some other aspects, that while not always directly referred to within the faith, are still concerning. I also don’t think it renders the faith useless, as I feel you’re suggesting. (My apologies if that’s not what you meant) I’m Christian because of God and what He’s done for me and because I admire Him and Jesus. I’m trying to understand Him and the scriptures better, but there are some things I don’t understand yet. As for the Bible being relevant in today’s world, I think it still is. The Bible was written for humans and addressed human nature and behavior. If we look at it, we see that human nature hasn’t changed any in 2,000 years, nor will it change. There are aspects of society that have changed, such as technology or language. But basic human nature hasn’t changed one bit. We still have the same basic needs, desires, inclinations, etc. We still go to war, we still hate, we still hurt others, we’re still selfish. We also still love, care, laugh, share, help etc. We still concern ourselves with the same things we concerned ourselves with 2,000 years ago: basic day to day survival, family, love, money, purpose, sex, power, poverty & wealth etc. I would say the Bible addresses issues that are still in human consciousness today.

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  3. Author Dorothy Sayers, a friend of C.S. Lewis, wrote:

    Perhaps it is no wonder that the women were first at the Cradle and last at the Cross. They had never known a man like this Man—there had never been such another. A prophet and teacher who never nagged at them, who never flattered or coaxed or patronized; who never made arch jokes about them, never treated them either as ‘The women, God help us!’ or ‘The ladies, God bless them!’; who rebuked without querulousness and praised without condescension; who took their questions and arguments seriously, who never mapped out their sphere for them, never urged them to be feminine or jeered at them for being female; who had no ax to grind and no uneasy male dignity to defend; who took them as he found them and was completely unselfconscious.

    https://bible.org/article/christianity-best-thing-ever-happened-women

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    1. I’d probably respect Christianity more if they treated their women like Jesus did the women in his circles. Instead, I’m in a church where the Bible says that women can’t be teachers or preachers, and women can’t read the Bible aloud or take up offering, women can’t be deacons or elders, women have to submit to their husbands in everything and can’t say no to anything. If her husband wants her to do something immoral, she should do it knowing that Jesus smiles on her obedience to her husband and will forgive her complicity as one of the consequences of law-breaking should they get caught. I’m in the Christianity that condemns Abigail for acting behind Nabal’s back, that praises Sapphira for obeying Ananias though it got her killed, and denies that Junia and Phoebe were apostles and deacons.

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      1. I am one of those women. I am actually working on my Bachelors Degree in Divinity and hope to get my Masters maybe even my doctorate. What I have found in my own ministry is that when a man is in his ungodly state he is prone to abusing my kindness. I recently was counseling a recovering alcoholic friend, he literally hurt me so badly I was left in tears, he sexualized demeaned and insulted everything I stood for – because he in his sinful nature still under Satans control through alcohol – developed sensual feelings for me and I denied his lust. And there is the problem with women in Ministry, especially to ungodly men, they are operating not like Jesus but like their father Satan. So was it terrible to say that a church should be ran by a man – no – it shows a Gods divine wisdom towards how unsaved, ungodly, men would react to women. They operate in the sinful, sensual, sexual, carnal realm. God, my loving a Father does NOT want me subjected to that type of abuse! But in a world where there are BILLIONS of lost suffering women and little girls I can and will gladly go to them and tell them. Jesus Christ does not see you as a sexual object! He did not make you to be a porn star or worship a man on earth! He created Godly men to protect his princess while she is here! Women DESPERATELY need to know the message of who Jesus is and that he came to truly liberate them not as any man before…he NEVER sexualized or objectified any woman, and he protects us.

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      2. And BTW – I don’t need a title or position in the church to know my position with the Lord. I could care less about who gets to stand up on Sunday and give the message. It’s not about us – it’s about glorifying God not fighting over who gets the pulpit or earthly power or ego struggles. ❤️

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      3. Nobody in the church needs any position or title – Jesus said that we were all to be brothers and sisters – no ‘father’ and no ‘teacher’; so ‘pastor’, ‘elder’, and ‘deacon’ shouldn’t even exist. What exactly are Christian men afraid of anyway that they would forbid women from speaking God’s word? Do women have nothing to contribute to Christianity apart from birthing sons to be the preachers and teachers and daughters to marry them off to?

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      4. You need to historically Exegesis the scripture you are referring too. First the authority he speaks of was concerning what he later talks of in the passage…the authority of deacon or bishop. He is speaking of church authority. Secondly there were women showing up to church dressed in all sorts of ways to attract attention to themselves. Jesus addressed the same behavior in the Pharisees that fasted just to draw attention to themselves. Wearing sackcloth and ashes and running around with sunken in faces saying look at me…look at me I am so holy. Well the women referenced here had been dressing up and wearing attire that distracted from the service. And biblically there are titles and positions within the church. God gave us a beautiful plan for having a church…but yes I agree we have strayed from that plan and made church more of an institution to glorify man than a God. That’s why I am perfectly ok with the way it is – I can humbly serve my Lord by praying and sharing and loving!

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      5. Wearing sackcloth and ashes was how they were taught to mourn something sad – Jacob, David, Ahab, Hezekiah, Mordecai, and Isaiah are among those who have worn sackcloth and ashes.
        Likewise, women in the Bible didn’t dress to attract a man’s attention; they dressed to show off their wealth – that’s why women were told not to wear expensive clothing or over-done hair – it was a message that their wealthy women were making their poor sisters feel under-dressed, so they should dress as modest as their poorer sisters in Christ so that nobody would feel awkward.
        Do you really think that God has established men as an authority over women the same way that God established the authority of the master over his slaves? Most passages telling wives to submit to their husbands also tell slaves to submit to their master – and in some households, the wife and the slave would submit to the same person.

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      6. What I am try to tell you is God addressed BOTH male and female alike for wearing attire to draw attention to themselves. He didn’t discriminate. He didn’t like it when men fasted to look sick and weak and say “oh look at how holy I am” neither did he like the women being haughty in church and drawing undo attention to themselves.

        The issue of submission and the husband wife dynamic mirrors the relationship between us and Christ. The husband submits to God…as Christ did…and we submit to our husband the same way the Church submits to Christ. I’m ok with that because I know a good man in Gods will speaking to him will lead me in the right direction 😁

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  4. Have I told you that I love your blog? Well, I love your blog! I cringe whenever I hear the term feminism. It is not helping women but making them even more miserable. I don’t want to go further into it, but feminism has emasculated men.

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  5. Believe it or not, organizational abortions (“Planned Parenthood”) are driven as much by racism as anything else. Read some of Margaret Sanger’s original reasons for starting that organization.

    “We do not want word to get out that we want to exterminate the Negro population…”
    ~ Margaret Sanger, eugenicist

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    1. Margaret Sanger felt aborting African American children was the most humane option. She was a reeeaallll sick puppy and filled with a racist hate comparable to Hitler’s. She was on a mission to use abortion as an ethnic cleansing tool. For all the babies her motives have murdered, I believe she will rot in hell.

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      1. Not lately, but I’ve written before about the eugenicist agenda that’s playing out over the entire world. Even seemingly-nice people like former president Jimmy Carter has worked to produce genetically-modified food to lower the sperm motility in the men who consume it. So then, the U.S./U.N. and big donors then bring this “food” to Africa all the while killing a future generation of Africans who didn’t get born. Think of it as a 0th-term abortion, if you will.

        http://www.agbioworld.org/biotech-info/topics/borlaug/borlaug-photos.html

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    1. According to my faith sexual liberty is exactly the same for both an or woman. Sexual intercourse is to be shared within the confines of a loving marriage.

      If promiscuity is a positive attribute, please do explain why all women who engage in prostitution are not extremely happy?

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      1. Sexual liberation doesn’t always mean prostitution. They are selling their bodies for money and drugs, that’s why most are unhappy. They are usually forced through sex trafficking. Most don’t choose to be prostitutes. There are legal brothels in Nevada and they women are actually happy but they are also not on drugs or being forced into their situation. I don’t necessarily agree with prostitution, but it’s not my body. Sexual liberation is about women not being forced in gender roles, it’s about having an orgasm. Women have been oppressed for years, mainly due to religion. They lived in loveless marriages being forced to sexually please their husbands while not getting that joy themselves. You are entitled to be a Christian, I respect you for that but just because someone isn’t how you believe they should be, doesn’t make them a Satanist. I’m not religious but I’d if I were to believe in God I would hope that he believed in equal rights and to love each other, regardless if you agree with their decisions. To say women should submit to men makes me laugh. Marriage should be about equality. I have been in a healthy relationship for over 2 years and it works because we are equal partners.

        Also, “And in case men struggle together (in a fight) with one another, and the wife of the one has come near to deliver her husband out of the striking one (to save her husband), and she has thrust out her hand and grabbed hold of his private (the other man’s groin), she must then get both her hands cut off, and the eyes of the men must feel no sorrow.” [Deuteronomy 25:11-12] That’s pretty straightforward. Again, I respect your beliefs but I don’t think God would want you to judge others just because you don’t agree with how they see the world.

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      2. I can tell from this response you know absolutely nothing about Christianity. Deuteronomy was written at a time long before Christ came….and it was meant as the law for the Jewish people. I’m not Jewish nor am I required to live by the Law because I am free from it through Christ. Now the Bible says for men to love their wives as Christ loves the church…that means to sacrifice your life for her. To serve her in a loving way that revolves around that type of unselfish devotion that Christ had for us. And women should love themselves FIRST setting the example for others. Sexual liberation promotes women buying into the lie that their body is a sexual object for the gratification of men, it’s anything but liberating, its debasing and self destructive.

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  6. Feminism is witchcraft. Feminist always lie, always project and always double down.
    Read the actual account of the Salem witch trials, it’s a well documented event. The prime drivers behind all the killing, three teenage girls, they were never held accountable. The 1980’s satanic abuse scandals. Started by an alcoholic unstable woman. This clearly shows how modern mainstream media fanned mass hysteria. Currently we have the #MeToo mass hysteria.

    Another read is the Malleus Maleficarum translated hammer of the witches. There were many other guides like it at the time. Note Wikipedia is full of feminist lies and falsehoods for obvious reasons on the Malleus Maleficarum. The Malleus Maleficarum was in a time before the scientific enlightenment and it was also close to the time of the black death. Malleus Maleficarum was an attempt to moderate the lethal reputation destruction women would engage in.

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