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Are You a Titus 2 Woman?

The GOP candidacy of Sarah Palin for vice president has set off a firestorm of controversy. Many conservatives were prepared to defend a direct attack against Biblical and traditional womanhood if Hillary Clinton had received the Democratic nomination for President, but they were not expecting the Republicans to nominate a Christian woman for VP. These very same conservatives are now applauding the choice of Palin and seem to have forgotten what the Word of God says about the role of a Christian woman.

I pray you will not be misled or ignorant on this matter, but instead will seek to be a ‘Titus 2 woman’.

God’s Word tells us:

“But as for you, speak the things which are proper for sound doctrine: that the older men be sober, reverent, temperate, sound in faith, in love, in patience; the older women likewise, that they be reverent in behavior, not slanderers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things— that they admonish the young women to love their husbands, to love their childr…

Sarah Palin and the feminism which has invaded the church in America

The blogosphere has been full of stories and opinions about the recent nomination of Sarah Palin for Vice President of the United States. Conservative Christian leaders such as James Dobson and Phyllis Schlafly have embraced her candidacy and she is receiving endorsements from pro-family groups.

But I suppose the most surprising fact of her candidacy is that even though she boasts of being a member of Feminists for Life and complimented Hillary Clinton for the 18 million cracks made in the “glass ceiling” not too much is being said about the role reversal (Mr. Palin is reportedly “Mr. Mom” and the primary caregiver for their children) in Ms. Palin’s family by these very same groups which have made their mark by standing up for the traditional American family. They seem to have cleanly swept the feminism of Ms. Palin under the rug. But perhaps the problem of feminism goes much deeper than para-church ministries and pro-family groups and instead stems from within the modern day church.