“Christian women… if you’re going to make anything your gospel, make it THE gospel.” – by Christiana
Source: Why Feminism Is Never The Answer – Make Womanhood Biblical Again
Whether or not one agrees with every point in this essay (and I agree with most of them) or all the views of its author (she seems pretty based to me), it seems to me that this critique is square on, and one which our “woke” and “progressive” world (which, having largely abandoned the Gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, has set up instead an idol of left-wing sociopolitical ideologies – the “Golden Calf” of the 21st century) needs to hear:
“Feminism can never put a stop to sex trafficking, because it cannot stop greed, loneliness, and depravity.
“Feminism can never eradicate domestic violence, because it cannot instill in men a passion to love and lead their families well.
“Feminism can never put an end to pornography, because it cannot satiate lust, addiction, and emptiness.
“Feminism can never cut down the divorce rate and improve marriages, because marriage is not about “equality,” fairness, or sameness; and all the role reversal in the world cannot change the fact that we are daughters of Eve and sons of Adam.
“Feminism can never bring women fulfillment, because true fulfillment is only found in Jesus Christ.
“Feminism can never force men to genuinely respect women by removing sexual distinction…
“Feminism exalts women but can never truly empower them; promotes women, but can never pacify the innate desire to control. It insults women and men alike by insisting that the only real difference between the sexes is physical.”
This is not to say that all women should do nothing but stay at home and raise children; some are not suited to that vocation, and some do indeed have gifts that can benefit society most effectively if expressed in the worlds of industry or academia. Furthermore, few traditional women – throughout the centuries and millennia of human history – did nothing but stay a home: they were always active in their local communities.
But that does not change the fact that motherhood is the first and greatest vocation of womankind as a whole; nor that, in the words of the great G.K. Chesterton,
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