Evangelical Christianity translated: “I don’t want no womenfolk telling me what to do.”

THIS WOULD BE SO MUCH EASIER IF DA WIMMINZ REMEMBERED THEIR PLACE AND THEIR ROLE- KEEPING THEIR MAN SATISFIED

There is something uniquely pathetic about adult men whining that their religion allows them to be the boss of us, and not understanding why we might not be into that.

– Robyn Pennachia

I find it interesting (and, yes, uniquely pathetic) that here in the 21st Century, when we were all supposed to be enlightened, that there are men still trying to convince women their place is on their back with their legs spread. Even worse, a sizable portion of Penis-Americans call themselves Evangelicals- as in “Christian,” don’tchaknow? They use this VERY convenient belief to justify behavior up to and including marrying and sexually violating underage girls.

Sure, you might THINK we’re sexual predators violating underage girls, but it’s what Jesus would do. It says so right there in the Bible…somewhere. I think….

I mean, how will young women come to understand their Biblical place as the property of men if you don’t start ’em early. Praise be! God has provided (to the shock of no one)! There’s a course (available on Amazon!!) designed to teach the young ‘uns the realities of life.

Hey, ladies of Alabama! Were you considering voting for noted (alleged?) child molester Roy Moore? Do you really like him, think he’s a swell guy, and want to see his vision for America boldly enacted in your state? Well then, you might want to reconsider that whole “voting” thing. Because if the textbook Moore co-authored, Law and Government: An Introductory Study Course, is any indication, he would prefer you do no such thing. In fact, rather than going and voting like some kind of women’s libber, you should probably just make Roy Moore a sandwich.

The course, which is available for purchase on Amazon, was part of a curriculum produced by Vision Forum, an extremely holy and godly organization that had to close down after its leader, Doug Phillips, admitted to having an “inappropriately romantic and affectionate” affair with a woman who was not his wife. That woman, Lourdes Torres-Manteufel, sued him and Vision Forum, accusing him of things neither romantic nor affectionate. Specifically, she accused him of sexually and psychologically abusing her from the age of 15 onwards.

Not surprisingly, Phillips had BIG fans in the Duggar family and…wait for it…Judge Roy Moore, perhaps Alabama’s most revered child sexual predator. I mean, what better way for a righteous man of God to ensure he always has a ready supply of (to borrow a phrase from Donald Trump) “first-class pussy.” When an adult male commits his life to serving the Lord, he’s not always going to have time for things like courtship and age-appropriate relationships. No, what’s he’s going to need is a young, vulnerable, compliant virgin who has nowhere else to go and thus no way to say “NO!!”

Lest I’ve created the mistaken impression that the course was intended for women, it was limited to men who would then use what they learned to keep their women underage brides barefoot and pregnant. I don’t know about you, but to me, it sounds like a training program for child sexual predators- with a whole lotta Jesus, of course.

I grew up Lutheran, so perhaps I lack the theological grounding to understand the holier-than-thou world of Evangelical Christians. I no longer believe in God, but each of us should be free to worship (or not) as we see fit. NO religion should be used to provide cover for sexual predators who prey on underage girls in the name of some sick, twisted American Taliban self-serving bastardization of the Gospel. That’s just WAY too convenient, don’tchathink?

I’m fairly certain Jesus never sanctioned molesting a 14-year-old girl. This is something which should be condemned by not only Bible-believing Christians, but any decent, moral human being. There should be a special place in Hell for parents who allow their young daughters to be abused by adult males in positions of power…even if they’re godly men. I always thought it was a parent’s responsibility to protect their children. Silly me….

(Not) Exactly what Jesus would do, eh?

1 thought on “Evangelical Christianity translated: “I don’t want no womenfolk telling me what to do.”

  1. Racer X

    It doesn’t seem that they even read their own book:

    “14 What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save them? 15 Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. 16 If one of you says to them, “Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it?”

    James 14:16

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