On Women: Feminism



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  1. Patriarchy is as integral to Christian orthodoxy as the Trinity. From the Apostolic Age to the Church Fathers to the Divines of the Reformation.

    Opposing the Patriarchy is as heretical as Arianism and worse.


  2. Have you read up on the Female “King” Tamar?

    She ruled over the state of Georgia. And eradicated all opposition. She:
    “While there is no historical record of her fighting in battle, the image of Tamar as a warrior queen has also been passed down through Georgian legend as well as images of her as a deity or saint. Tamar was declared a saint by the Georgian Orthodox Church centuries later.”

    In plain rebellion against God in her very actions by usurping Authority over men. Whilst presuming to be Christian. What is puzzling is how during her reign the Kingdom flourishes. But a few Kings later. The country fell to invasion.

    And the Timurids thoroughly ravaged the country. If divine punishment came. It didn’t come during her lifetime. And so she was remembered fondly as a Saint. Despite her rebellion and outright apostasy.


    1. Punishment for sin does often take a few generations to reach its zenith (or nadir, depending on one’s perspective). We are experiencing the same sort of situation today, really.


  3. Just thinking about the woman queens of England, I am thinking the enlightenment allowed Queen Victoria, but further back, it must have been upheaval and turmoil of the Reformation that allowed the first Queen Elizabeth?


    1. There have been female monarchs throughout history in a number of places, and it has often gone poorly. However, even if it appears that sin is yielding positive results, the long-term consequences are always disastrous. (Of course, the Christian should avoid sin because it is sin, without regard to consequences.)


  4. We can agree that going against the divine order results in suffering. Prejudice against women resulting from interpretations of these scriptures has resulted in women leaving the church and seeking atheists or men of other faiths.

    Birth rates among Christians are dropping below maintenance levels and within a decades they will cease to exist. I can only advise you re-assess the meanings of these scriptures or perhaps abandon them because no woman of intelligence will tolerate these prejudices any longer. They go against the divine order and your extinction will be the result.


    1. Christians are the only ones (among Whites) reproducing at above-replacement-level rates. Not only are you incorrect on Scripture, but you are incorrect on fundamental factual matters that you could have discovered had you spent five minutes researching the matter. God rewards faithfulness, and He also punishes faithlessness — Feminism, for example.


  5. How is monarchy biblical? God warned Isreal that a king would be a tyrant.


    1. OT Israel is a special case, because they had God as their direct King, Who spoke to them through His prophets; other nations do not have that arrangement. As to the warnings, those were about the kings of OT Israel (and most certainly proved true) — they were not general warnings about all kings.

      Democracy elevates a tyrant worse than any king: the mob.