Category Archives: Wendy Griffith

Proverbs 31 princesses

18 At that time the disciples came to Jesus, saying, “Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?” 2 And calling to him a child, he put him in the midst of them 3 and said, “Truly, I say … Continue reading

Posted in Chivalry, Feminists, Solipsism, Turning a blind eye, Wendy Griffith, You can't make this stuff up | 251 Comments

Marriage and children were always her priority.

I recently came across a heartbreaking article at National Catholic Register that underlines why all of the books aimed at young Christian women telling them to focus on having fabulous lives in their “season of singleness”, they are a prize … Continue reading

Posted in Anna Hitchings, Emily Stimpson Chapman, Finding a Spouse, Having it all, Kate Bolick, Lori Gottlieb, Mandy Hale, Wendy Griffith | 471 Comments

She wasn’t God’s best.

Adam Piggott makes an astute observation about Wendy Griffith’s claim that God doesn’t want women to settle in Are you special enough for women like Wendy? …when it comes to selecting their future spouse apparently God purposely made a great number … Continue reading

Posted in Adam Piggott, Aging Feminists, Finding a Spouse, Solipsism, Wendy Griffith | 168 Comments

Worth the wait?

I see from a CBN youtube video titled Worth the wait from March 8, 2019 that Wendy Griffith is now married: CBN’s newly married Wendy Griffith and author of You Are a Prize to be Won! says it’s possible to … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, CBN, Finding a Spouse, Too traditional to be traditional, Traditional Conservatives, Turning a blind eye, Weak men screwing feminism up, Wendy Griffith | 106 Comments

Taking things too far.

What is so striking about the modern Christian rationalization of the feminist life script is how much further Christians take it than secular feminists.  This seems to be an artifact of claiming that the results of feminism and the sexual … Continue reading

Posted in Aging Feminists, CBN, Death of courtship, Finding a Spouse, Having it all, Mandy Hale, Too traditional to be traditional, Wendy Griffith, You can't make this stuff up | 181 Comments