A biblical analogy to the problem here


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A biblical analogy to the problem here
dflynn5656
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dflynn5656
Reading the unpleasable women on this board reminds me of something from the bible.

Like so many would be femenists, you have a very very Godless world view. There is for you gals no purpose beyond this world and no purpose beyond money.

In that light, I suppose a career is the only thing of value. Remember Contessa – your central feminist theme –

“Secretly Attack any goal our purpose of God, while openly discussing everything else.”

This is the problem at the feminist core. When men deal with women who are at war with God, or worst yet bind themselves to one in marriage – divourse and unhappiness is inevitable.

I realize that most of you women scientists, career girls and femenists are “just “spiritual” and attend no real churc (weekly) anywhere – so I’ll tell you a stroy you have never heard.

The creator of all things (men call him God) made a place beyond what we see here. And communicated to this creation we see that THAT spriritual world was the true unending reality, where as THIS world is a mere shadow of the true eternal world in which he (men call him God) resides.

Another great creation of God’s was Satan, beautiful and brilliant – with fantastic potential (think “women” in this analogy. But Satan was prideful and jealous, and he rebelled against God wanting “ever more” than was his even in heaven (read – “the perfect marriage”.

He fell from heaven and was cast out. He called on the demons (ACLU other women and lawyers) and they fell too unable to save him is this fairer “god controlled” world.

To this day men are still tempted by beauty and potential – but suffer in the grip of a contentious woman who can not be pleased – and seeks to destroy herself and all around her in her “war with God” to change her lifes role to that of God himself.

Femenist oppose the part of God’s creation that made them the child bearer rather than the bread winner. In so doing they destroy the lives of all around them – and create a cycle of divourse.

Even God could not pleae Satan’s insatiable dissatisfasction with not having a “higher station” in creation. So no man could oleae a contentious woman.

Ladies offering this feminist view – you crertainly are not made out for marriage. But unless you can change you attitude to be one of greater gennerousity – you may have to be explaining why a selfishly lived life merits salvation.

David

09-01-2006 10:43 AM

Re: A biblical analogy to the problem here
Jman
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Jman

That’s very nice, while I think there are some areas that feminism has strayed into being heretical, feminism in no way has a monopoly on that. We are all touched by original sin, we all have strayed from the Good to some extent or another. We all have a touch of the saint and the demon in us. Quite often one goes stray not cause of a vice, but because of an excess of a certain virtue, that looms far superior that all other virtues, when in fact they need to remain in balance.

Often one movement starts because a deficiency in the other movements of the time. Men can lament feminism, but we also have to remember that we are not spotless either. You can complain all you want, but you can only control yourself. You can take steps to try to get another to change, but another still has to change because they want too.

It seems too often it seems men here tend to think their duties in marriage are just to just make money at the job and have sex. Both are good things and are things needed for a good marriage, but there are a whole lot of other things that are needed in marriage. Also while we are on the aspect of what men need to do in marriage, they may be the head of the household, but you also have to remember one important paradox of the bible is that the master is the servant and the servant is the master. Jesus washed the apostles feet, they in turned had to wash the feet of others. Fathers need to remember they are the head of the house, and that they need to serve their house. They deserve respect, but they also have to acted like they deserve to be the most respected person of the house. They must strive to be the most virtuous, and let that serve as a mark.

If you don’t like the feminist, give out your opinion. Turn then and don’t be controlled by what the women feel, and work on having the best character and integrity as you can. If you cannot find a woman to marry, so be it.

09-01-2006 11:25 AM

Re: A biblical analogy to the problem here
minx12
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minx12

Interesting analogy. Thank goodness I’m Pagan.

09-01-2006 12:54 PM

Re: A biblical analogy to the problem here
dflynn5656
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dflynn5656
said;

“I have to admit I was in danger of becoming one of those women. Life was just too darn comfortable. Add other issues that I had internally, and it was snowballing. I woke up when I saw a picture of myself and couldn’t stand what I saw. I thought, “Geez, if I don’t like what I see, what in the hell does hubby think?” Hubby likes larger women, but not sloppy ones and I was definitely getting sloppy. So I went on Atkins, joined the gym and promptly lost 60 lbs, My hair is now back to being down to the middle of my back.”

Then you thanked God (???) that you’re a pagan.

So you’re a pagan feminist with a weight (former???) problem? OK – so are many other women here…

That’s the problem.

David

09-01-2006 01:13 PM

Re: A biblical analogy to the problem here
minx12
Regular Contributor
minx12

I can thank God of course. We have more than one!

And I am not a feminist in the strictest sense of the word. I have nothing against those who want to remain home, I have great resoect and admiration for what they do. I am not college educated and do not have some high power job that takes me away from my family for ungodly amounts of time. An I have no prblem with those are feminists. To each their own

But conversely, I would never say that those who are are akin to to your Satan figure. Dirty pool!

09-01-2006 01:25 PM

Re: A biblical analogy to the problem here
dflynn5656
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dflynn5656
All I said was that if God and heaven weren’t enough for one (satan) –

No man could be expected to measure up to one “satan like” female.

David

09-01-2006 01:40 PM

Re: A biblical analogy to the problem here
minx12
Regular Contributor
minx12

You got a point there.

What we really need is less Satan like humans altogether.  We seem to take the worse of both genders lately and make perception reality rather than fight that perception. Thus we become our own worst enemies.

09-01-2006 01:47 PM

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