The Only Hope for Young Girls to Marry Well is the Home Fellowship Movement
After about eight years of researching the Reformation, viz, Protestantism, I can tell you that its orthodoxy gets nothing right except for facts complicit in first-degree theological felonies. However, most of the time orthodoxy is blatantly false on its face without any confusion concerning facts.
I was recently reminded of Protestantism’s plenary life-failure when thinking about the fact that Susan went to Cedarville University for four years and was only asked out once. Oh, and before we move on, let me defend the “plenary life-failure” statement. Where do I get that? Well, from the leading evangelical scholars of our day. Do we not hear them say constantly that we Christians are “train wrecks”? Their words—not mine. Is a train wreck some kind of partial failure? Sorry, words mean things.
So, in the looks department, the post picture speaks for itself, and she was a 16-year-old high school graduate which speaks to her intelligence. And everyone knows about Susan’s personality. I state this for two purposes: it is indicative of what we would expect from Protestant offspring and their utter inability to know a good catch in plain sight because they are generally confused about life to begin with. And secondly, some encouragement for young Protestant girls born into unfortunate circumstances; trust me, it’s not you.
Never, never, never let your daughter marry a Protestant. Susan and I do our share of marriage counseling and we see what one would expect coming from Protestant orthodoxy, but unfortunately, most of the situations we experience are post-ACBC (Association of Certified Biblical Counselors) counseling which brings the situation to a point of utter disrepair.
Therefore, should your daughters choose from the secular realm instead? That question is best answered by considering the choice we have in this upcoming presidential election. If between those two, there is less damnation if they go secular.
To be frank, your daughter’s best chance at marrying a thinker is the Home Fellowship movement which promotes independent thinking and freedom to seek God according to one’s own conscience. This is why the Home Fellowship movement must be aggressively promoted and developed.
Do it for our daughters; save them from marrying a train wreck which seems like a really bad idea to me.