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Baucham’s article, entitled “Thoughts on Ferguson”, was immediately criticized by fellow conservative Christian Thabiti Anyabwile.Today four Christian leaders of color — Austin Channing Brown, Christena Cleveland, Drew Hart and Efrem Smith — condemned Baucham for an “assault on black people” that was “dishonoring the image of God in black people, especially at a time when so many black Americans are in pain.” As all these conversations are happening, it seems a lot of people who didn’t grow up in the conservative Christian homeschooling world are wondering: For those unfamiliar with Baucham’s extremism, here are 6 things you should know (and share with anyone who’s sharing Baucham’s article): 1.Voddie Baucham is a proponent of the “stay-at-home daughter” movement.The “stay-at-home-daughter” (SAHD) movement, promoted by the disgraced Vision Forum president Doug Phillips as well as the cult-like Botkin family, is best encapsulated in the documentary movie “Young girls and single women are encouraged (perhaps coerced? They are forbidden to attend college or seek employment outside the home (that is, their parents’ home).Now if it’s not the right car for me I’m going to take it back to the lot. I’m going to take it back so that someone else can enjoy that car and I’m going to go do the same thing with another car.People who are not ready to be married who put themselves in dating situations are like people who go shopping without any money.The Family Life® Today Broadcast aired the two-part audio they recorded from a morning devotion that took place at their “Love Like You Mean It® Marriage Cruise” just this past Valentines Day.The aired programs were titled, “Parental Responsibilities for Courtship”: The idea of courtship sounds archaic, but is that a fair assessment?
Also featuring their daughter Jasmine and her husband, Phillip Holmes. But before he could pursue her, he had to go through her dad.
This is what we have agreed upon, silently in our culture.
What’s supposed to happen is that, I’m supposed to look at their child and say, “Hey, that’s okay.” But I can’t do that.
During his speech, Baucham himself complained that, “The homeschool movement is now rife with parents who do not know their roles” — a reference to the strict roles demanded by Christian Patriarchy. This creepy quotation from Voddie Baucham: “A lot of men are leaving their wives for younger women because they yearn for attention from younger women.
And God gave them a daughter who can give them that.