Christians Say the Darnedest Things: Worldly Women Are Murderous Whores Says Lori Alexander

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There are many foolish women today. A foolish woman is clamorous: she is simple, and knoweth nothing (Proverbs 9:13). Foolish means “void of understanding or sound judgment; weak in intellect; unwise; silly; vain; acting without regard to the divine law and glory.” Universities don’t make women wise. They make them foolish; for the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God (1 Corinthians 3:19). What they learn in these places of “higher learning” is that there is no difference between men and women and they are steeped in the feminist agenda which is anti-God and anti-family. They teach them nothing that is good, honorable, pure, holy, or worthy.

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God commands that parents raise their children in the nurture and the admonition of the Lord. Too many parents are careful about doing this while their children are young and then spend a ton of money on secular colleges and universities for their children to attend. Many children who go into these institutions with their faith intact come out without faith in God because “bad company corrupts good morals” as the Bible clearly states. Universities do everything they can to turn young women into foolish, clamorous, and simple women.

Clamorous means “speaking and repeating loud words; noisy; vociferous; loud; turbulent.” Most of Proverbs describes foolishness (feminism) compared to wisdom (feminine). Many of the early chapters of Proverbs are about harlots or “strange women” as they are called and then the ending chapter is the well-known Proverbs 31 woman who embodies wisdom. Who are the harlots of today?

We are to be wise in what is good and innocent to that which is evil. It seems the majority of women today are knowledgeable to all forms of evil and practice them: fornication, adultery, immodesty, indiscretion, drunkenness, and lewdness. They despise what is good and love what is evil. They are willful and reckless, refusing to see the long-term consequences of their sin and instead indulging their flesh in any way they please. They entice married men, break up families, and easily abort their babies. They are foolish through and through and are reaping the rotten fruit that they are sowing.

— Lori Alexander, The Transformed Wife, A Foolish, Clamorous Woman, January 9, 2018

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10 Comments

  1. Lynn123

    lol-that title cracked me up

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  2. Trenton

    The first sentence or two just reeks of projection. On top of tgat raising your kids in a bubble will only cause tgem to go crazy once that bubble is popped

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  3. Angiep

    What does she know about secular women? Apparently not much; she is too afraid of the world to get to know people outside the bubble. Her rant is insulting to my non-christian daughter-in-law, who is faithful to my son and a wonderful mom to my granddaughter– and I could say the same about many of her friends. I pity girls who grow up in this culture without career guidance or prospects of furthering their education so they can be equipped to function as adults.

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  4. Rebecca

    I think there is a problem with Ms. Alexander’s definition and concept of feminism. To me this is just referring to the equality between women and men, equality of worth and opportunity.

    IMO, it doesn’t mean that women and men are exactly the same.

    . Of course, who gets to define this term. I’m certainly positive about homemaking, having large families, even homeschooling and breastfeeding. I think it’s all great.

    But, I”m also pro women becoming senators, physicians, and engineers as well if this is where their gifts are leading them. Feminism is about choices and freedom, not about encouraging abortion, lewdness, or putting down mothering or homemaking.

    One of these days, I have to go over to Lori’s blog to have this conversation. It’s important. Either different people define feminism differently, or there is this huge misunderstanding going on.

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    1. Rachel

      I recently posted on Lori’s blog myself, objecting to her total condemnation of women who initiate divorce, even when the husbands are abusive. (I grew up in a house where my mother, on religious advice, refused to confront my abusive father in any way at all.) Lori didn’t put up my post. She quite clearly only puts up posts by people who entirely endorse her views.

      Lori’s definition of feminism is rigid and simplistic in the extreme and the blog-posts of hers that I have read show she has no regard for other views at all: she isn’t interested in conversation or dialogue.

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    2. ObstacleChick

      Right, Rebecca, feminism is in part about women having the opportunity to make choices about their lives and not being stuck in a single track. If a woman wants to have a large family and stay home with them and she and her partner agree that’s right for thwm, then she should be able to choose that. If a woman prefers a smaller family size and a career and she and her partner agree, she should be able to choose that path. Feminists want the right and ability to choose.

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  5. Suzanne

    Lori’s just simply pissed off she got so much incredible pushback yesterday because she posted you should pay no attention to, or treat the child’s fever. She was called out online repeatedly by us secular fornicating yoga pants wearing whores.

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    1. Trenton

      I dont understand why she should be pissed. Shouldn’t she be martyrbating at the thought of being “persecuted” for her beliefs or speaking power to the truth or whatever bs phrase fundies use for spouting out their inane beliefs.?

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      1. Suzanne

        Because no one should ever criticize her at all according to her. She is trying very hard to be the top female cultural enforcer in Evangelicalism.

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  6. ObstacleChick

    As a secular university educated woman, I guess I shall proudly wear the title of “whore cum laude”. Try as I might, though, I believe I am only truly guilty of drunkenness and I guess in Lori’s world immodest so I better get cracking on fulfilling my other university taught sins. Though maybe atheism makes up for the rest?

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