How important is feminism to women?

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How important is feminism to women? What about to our nation? What damage has it done to our homes, churches, and culture?

I have heard it said that the Heroism of the Fathers is the Legacy of the Sons. I would submit the reverse is also true. In our culture, the Feminism of the Mothers is the Destruction of the Daughters.~ Sarah Zes

“Try standing up in this culture and saying, “Women, you’re commanded to love your husband and to love your children and to work at home and to be subject to your husband.” You’ll get screamed down. I mean, you can be in deep trouble just reading that let alone commenting on it. In fact, feminism is a cruel hoax, telling women their natural biological instincts are ‘socially constructed’ to oppress them. Feminism is elite social engineering designed to neuter both sexes, making women less fit for marriage and motherhood, and men unable to sacrifice for family.” ~Henry Makow

“Their (feminists) real ideological goal because it’s Satan’s goal is to absolutely erase any recollection of creational structure and biblical morality. Wipe it out. And they’re after it. You wonder, don’t you, two generations from now whether anybody will know what biblical morality is. Oh they might be able to read the ancient Bible and see what it looked like but they certainly are going to have a hard time looking around town to find it. And here witless Christians jump on this Feminist bandwagon as if it was some harmless thing. “Well, we have a right to work and we shouldn’t be confined at home…and I have a right to express fully myself,” and…silly women who fall prey and silly men who do as well.” ~John MacArthur

“So it is no small matter that we keep in our places … The suffrage question is, I believe, of far more importance than most people think. No doubt it will be a turning point in the history of our country. …”~ May Selley

“I think that one of the greatest mistakes America made was to allow women the opportunity to vote. We should have never turned that over to women. There are more women out there voting than men now . . . and these women are voting in the wrong people. They are voting in people who are evil, who agree with them, who are going to take us down this pathway of destruction.” ~ Jesse Lee Peterson, pastor

“If we took away women’s right to vote, we’d never have to worry about another Democrat president. It’s kind of a pipe dream, it’s a personal fantasy of mine, but I don’t think it’s going to happen. And it is a good way of making the point that women are voting so stupidly, at least single women. It also makes the point, it is kind of embarrassing, the Democratic Party ought to be hanging its head in shame, that it has so much difficulty getting men to vote for it. I mean, you do see it’s the party of women and ‘We’ll pay for health care and tuition and day care—and here, what else can we give you, soccer moms?’ ~ Anne Coulter

“[E]vil would result from the after effects of woman’s suffrage.  It is the law of nature, and the law of God, that the influence of woman must be exercised through man, and when she takes the reins in her own hands it works evil to both man and woman by lifting her out of the sphere in which she was placed by the Creator.  … God has not created her to take the lead or to occupy the platform in politics or religion.” ~ James A. Allen

“I’m really going to set you back here. Probably the biggest turn we ever made was when the women got the right to vote. Our country might have been better off if it was still just men voting. There is nothing worse than a bunch of mean, hateful women. They are diabolical in how than can skewer a person. I do not see that in men. The whole time I worked, I’d much rather have a male boss than a female boss. Double-minded, you never can trust them.” ~Janis Lane, Mississippi Tea Party Leader

“If I didn’t believe the Bible, I might accept this big perplexing question … as only another opportunity for woman to prove that no obstacle can stop her …. When God created the world, he made a law to run it by …. To transgress this law is to be punished. God would not be supreme if we were allowed to add to and take from his original plan. … So it is no small matter that we keep in our places … The suffrage question is, I believe, of far more importance than most people think. No doubt it will be a turning point in the history of our country. … [Citing the Titantic men putting “women and children first,] “Since [men] have proved by being put to the test that they will even give their lives for us, don’t you think we could trust them to make laws for us?” – May Selley, “Is Equal Suffrage Worth the Fight? No! Thinks a Business Girl,” Mar. 20, 1913

“[W]e have an infallible guide as to whether women shall vote or not vote; and that unerring guide is the Bible.  …  I am pleading earnestly for woman to build a happy home for her husband, children, and herself.  And guided by that wonderful Book, … she will … have a glorious success. … I call upon every man, woman, boy, and girl to contend earnestly for such a woman as the Bible describes; a woman content to labor in the sphere assigned her by divine wisdom.  … [T]he great Father knew what he created every being … for; and where he wanted them to remain during their existence in this world.” -Fannie S. Scobey, “Shall Women Vote?,” March 27, 1913

“Faithful, godly women … are in a large measure the guardian angels for the wellbeing of the family and for the general good of human society.  But take women in a measure out of that sphere and put them into the rugged field of politics, voting, office holding, with their trains of trouble and worldly excitement, and you at once start human society, morality, and even Christianity on a downward grade. …. Let woman remain in the station in which the wisdom of God placed her.  In that sphere she can be a wonderful blessing to the whole human race; out of it she may prove a great drawback. None of God’s divine arrangements for the good of humanity can be changed without bringing evil instead of good to all connected with the change.”- E.G. Sewell, “Questions About Billy Sunday and Woman Suffrage,” April 15, 1915

“But, in the face of all these warnings and commands of our loving Heavenly Father, that same crafty serpent has stolen into our nearest approach to Eden, the home, and is destroying the sacredness of the hearthstone and rendering happy homes fewer and fewer by telling woman that she is persecuted and downtrodden because she is not permitted to have equal rights with man …. [I]nstead of resisting the devil and forcing him to flee from her, she has stopped to listen to his arguments and is being deceived, and, just as she did on that unhappy day just prior to her expulsion from Eden, she is using her influence over man, and again he is blindly yielding, and has already made woman suffrage a law, even though it is directly opposed to God’s law.” ~ Fannie Hurst

“Should Christian women vote under any circumstances? … No.  Christian women have their greatest power and influence in the God-ordained sphere for Christian women; and this is not in politics.” – H. Leo Boles, Ph.D., then President of Lipscomb College Aug. 16, 1928

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