Editor’s note: Paul Washer covers the many influences that challenge womanhood. He’ll have you laughing as he shares his thoughts on Jane Austen, Cindy Crawford, Make-up and a few humorous anecdotes. Be sure to watch to the end and go beyond the sobering start.
If there is two things I could say about our society, and here the United States and Canada are pretty much familiar, is we are a culture that hates children. 4,000 in my country a day are aborted. They are staring to build restaurants that are child free, resorts that are child free, [and] condominiums, child free. Don’t want any of those children around.
And we’re also a society that hates women. Now you say, “Yeah, those male chauvinists, they hate women,” No, women hate women.
The people that hate women more than anyone else on this planet are feminists.
They hate women. They want women to be men. They don’t want them to be women. And any woman who says, “I believe that it is my desire, to be in my home, to raise godly children, to support my husband in the endeavors that he has to go through in order to provide for our family. Any woman who does that is considered a failure in our society. She’s looked down upon and I know that from personal experience. I know the things that my wife has suffered. The things that people have said because you know they say, “Why don’t you help your husband?” and she says, “Well, I do.” “No, I mean why you don’t go get a job. You know as a minister he doesn’t make that much money, you could provide other things you could…”
Watch the video to find out what.
The Biblical Trustee Family: Understanding God’s Purpose for Your Household
Be Fruitful and Multiply: What the Bible Says about Having Children
Family Reformation: The Legacy of Sola Scriptura in Calvin’s Geneva
Feminine by Design