Monday, March 17, 2008

The Irony of Feminism

An insightful quote from Phil Lancaster in his book, "Family Man, Family Leader."

"The irony of feminism is that, while it hates men and wants to liberate women from men, the masculine is its standard of what is good and fulfilling in life. (It ought to be called "masculinism!") No one can escape God's order! All they can do is twist it, and in their attempt to change the unchangeable, damage themselves and those around them. In rejecting the Bible's definition of what it means to be a woman, women are rejecting their own humanity and condemning themselves to an unfulfilled life, and countless homes are a shadow of what they could of been if they had a virtuous wife within their walls."

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