Brooks called these parents “natalists” and described their progeny as a new wave of “Red-Diaper Babies” — as in “red state.”
Seriously. If you thought Jesus Camp is an aberration, then take a look at what is happening here.
“All four mothers are devoted to a way of life New York Times columnist David Brooks has praised as a new spiritual movement taking hold among exurban and Sunbelt families. “
An Army of God, US stylee.
Hey, isn’t Army of God the translation of Hezbollah?
It appears we have a lot more in common with the Arab world than one ever thought. Once you look past the burkahs and robes (and suicide bombers- Timothy McVeigh was too much of a coward), you see people hold fast to ideals that make no sense.
It’s a form of insanity, I think. How come there’s never a mental health professional around when you need a few hundred thousand?
“Quiverfull began with the publication of Rick and Jan Hess’s 1989 book, A Full Quiver: Family Planning and the Lordship of Christ, which argues that God, as the “Great Physician” and sole “Birth Controller,” opens and closes the womb on a case-by-case basis.”
See what happens when your life revolves around one book, and one book alone? When you read another one, you tend to give it more weight than it necessarily merits.
#Taliban, Taliban, tally me banana#
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