WND’s ‘Boy Crisis’

Someone ‘gets it!’ Sort of…

I was just made aware that WorldNetDaily published an article titled A National Solution to the Boy Crisis hours before I published Orphan, according to Scripture.

Reading their article and the comments highlights two very important things:

– The world knows there is a radical problem when no father is present, and

– They haven’t a clue that Scripture has a solution, writ LARGE that they choose to ignore.

Godly men are too few, but single moms/women (and their children) are not limited to the dregs of male choices. As clearly articulated in our articles, papers, links, refutations, etc, Scripture clearly teaches that a man may have more than one wife and be the father that so many boys need.

The marriage culture disaster in western civilization is fueled in large part by false monogamy-only doctrines and egalitarian mindsets that emasculate men and are decidedly UNbiblical. We’re just reaping the whirlwind we sowed…

Want to reverse the trend? Want to be part of the solution instead of the problem? Take God’s Word seriously and quit making excuses for why God calls Abraham, Jacob, Moses, David et al, righteous when they clearly had larger families than America’s 2.1 children.

Does God ‘regulate’ sin?

regulate

verb   reg·​u·​late | ˈre-gyə-ˌlāt also ˈrā-regulated; regulating

Definition of regulate 

transitive verb

1   a : to govern or direct according to rule

    b  (1) : to bring under the control of law or constituted authority

        (2) : to make regulations for or concerning:  regulate the industries of a country

2 : to bring order, method, or uniformity to:  regulate one’s habits

3 : to fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of:  regulate the pressure of a tire


Growing up in a small Southern town situated in the Bible belt, there were more than a couple denominations with sins that I couldn’t find in the Bible.

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