Category Archives: Advice to Christian women

Ten traps that trip up the trying to be submissive wife

I was sifting through some things on my computer, and I ended up stumbling on this image which I don’t know where I got it from. It may have been on a Christian woman’s blog or somewhere out in the … Continue reading

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Women hate sacrifice when it involves suffering

edit: Donal threw up a response post on women avoiding sacrifice. Sacrifice fits better as the main idea, so I changed the wording from here on where it was applicable. I was trying to think of ways to make the … Continue reading

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Why women are prohibited from certain positions in Church

I was recently having a conversation with someone, and this came up: I think his [the Church’s pastor] ‘spiritual maturity’ line is no so much hostile as it is a belief that we should be willing to accept any teaching … Continue reading

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Wifely submission is easy

Previous posts were on intelligent submission is not required and the problems with intelligent submission. Ephesians 5 is one of the most word play twisted passages I’ve ever seen from the Scriptures. All you need is a simple reading of … Continue reading

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The problems with intelligent submission

I wrote previously that intelligent submission is not required, but I want to look at April’s analysis of this. Here is a list of it from her post: “I Would Not Voluntarily Yield to My Husband’s Leadership If: He was … Continue reading

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Real life Ruths update

If you recall, a few months ago I posted an example for Christian women on Real life Ruths. Well, today they are getting married! I’ll be off to the wedding after this post goes up. A few weeks ago I … Continue reading

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Male attractiveness, submission, and female orgasms

Since there’s been some discussion on attraction and submission and how it relates to sexual satisfaction on Submission is a test of faith, I decided to go digging a bit for studies. Men’s masculinity and attractiveness predict their female partners’ … Continue reading

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A Christian understanding of attraction and the role it plays in marriage Part 2

I’ve had a request to write on why attraction is important for Christian [marriages]. I had previously written a Christian understanding of attraction, but it’s been a couple years and my knowledge of the Scripture has broadened considerably since then. … Continue reading

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Options and escape plans

Donal has a good post clarifying the main point(s) of my previous three posts on Intelligent submission is not required, Submission is a test of faith, Women’s sin nature in marriage and contentment. Sometimes it helps to have another person … Continue reading

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Women’s sin nature in marriage and contentment

The comments of Intelligent submission is not required and Submission is a test of faith have reaffirmed my conclusion from the Genesis 3 analysis in Genesis 3, the sin nature of women, good leadership, and female contentment. The funny thing if … Continue reading

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