Exploring writings that have impacted my faith, confronting the sacred cows of traditional unbiblical thinking, and pursuing fellowship in spirit and truth.
Times haven't changed - that still describes a good wife - there just aren't any around...
perhaps I have to put a smiley face on the back so everyone knows I am as socially programmed to my generation as they were to theirs...
JD, that is a very safe comment. :)Daniel, that's because I got the last one...hee hee.
So...what's so new? My wife does all of that every day!Right.
Wow . . . hmmm . . . Wow!
When you apply the underlined notes to the bride of Christ relating to her comming Groom. WOW!
OK, I can't tell if you guys are condoning these underlined sentences or not. (I haven't read the entire "guide".) But surely you are not?!I'm no feminist, but these are ridiculous.For the record, I do believe we should treat our husbands as Kings, but they should also treat us as Queens. :-) I don't, however, believe that our husbands' topics of conversations are more important than ours and I don't believe we are not to ask where they've been all night or that we should allow them to be out all night.
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