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why the heart of libertarianism is pro-life

I am pro-life.

I am also, by definition, a liberal. (Okay, I’m a moderate slightly erring to the side of liberalism. Whatever.)

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Our Final Post

Hello Ishshah’s Story friends,

Have you noticed that God frequently moves in our lives by the principle of seasons?  Just as the coming and going of natural seasons seize our attention with changes in the atmosphere around us – leaves turning from green to red, daylight hours becoming shorter, temperatures rising or falling – so do seasons of the Spirit arrive and depart when God’s purposes for them have been accomplished. 1,760 more words

Christian Women

Should Housewives be paid for their work?

Guy 1: Do you think housewives need to be paid? 

Guy 2: Nah. They don’t need money for taking care of the house. Moreover, I provide for her anyway. 

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Societal Issues

Stay-at-Home Daughters

Ashley Easter and I both wrote for the patriarchal, stay-at-home daughter site called “Raising Homemakers.” Unbeknownst to each other, we both left patriarchalism (and subsequently the stay-at-home daughter life) and became egalitarians. 48 more words

The Elephant I Can No Longer Ignore 

Today I want to write on a topic that I am embarrassed to say I have never addressed in this space before. I think that there are a lot of Christians – Evangelical or otherwise, who don’t know what to do about the LGBTQ+ conversation, which has become the elephant in the church. 1,795 more words

Equality

The Spirit as Equalizer: Women, the Curse of Patriarchy, and Pentecostalism

Over the past few years, I have grown into a feminist. I intentionally use the word “grown,” because for the kind of feminist I consider myself (though I’m still a burgeoning one), I think it’s been nothing but an improvement and progression forward towards the… 817 more words

Feminism

Anti-intellectualism in American Life by Richard Hofstatder

Anti-intellectualism in American Life (1964)

Maybe it is intrinsic to American core perception of egalitarianism that leads to this hatred of the smart people. On a Bell curve, anyone not in the middle is treated with contempt by those in the middle. 306 more words

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