Tag: Women

The cry of Tamar

The cry of Tamar

by Katherine Ladd, 8th March 2019 ‘“No…” she said to him. “Don’t force me! Don’t do this wicked thing. What about me?” …But he refused to listen to her, and since he was stronger than she, he raped her… and said, “Get this woman out of my sight and bolt the door”… And Tamar lived […]

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Slutwalking

Slutwalking

by John Hayward ‘Too many overprotected middle-class girls have a dangerously naïve view of the world. They fail to see the animality and primitivism of sex, historically controlled by traditions of religion and morality now steadily dissolving in the West. … When it devalued motherhood, Western feminism undermined women’s most ancient claim to dignity. Sluttishness […]

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Abortion Addicts

Abortion Addicts

by John Hayward Today’s annual abortion statistics for England and Wales from the Department of Health make for dismal reading: The total number of abortions in 2007 rose by 2.5% to an all time high of 198,499, 35% of which were carried out using the “abortion pill”. Abortions among girls aged under 16 rose by […]

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Gender co-operation: some implications of God’s design for society by Michael and Auriel Schluter

Gender co-operation: some implications of God’s design for society by Michael and Auriel Schluter

  Summary There is much tension and unhappiness in contemporary gender relations. This was not God’s original design. Men and women were not intended to be separate or to compete but to co-operate. Despite the tensions resulting from the Fall, gender co-operation creates immense opportunities since men and women were designed to be interdependent. Gender […]

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