Addressing Feminism

Feminism is Jewish. From a 1966 meeting of the National Organization for Women, found at the Jewish Women's Archive

Addressing Feminism, Part 1

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Christogenea Internet Radio, January 1st, 2016: Addressing Feminism, Part 1

It is probably long past time that we discussed the topic of feminism. Not that we have avoided it, because we think that we have already addressed many aspects of the problem in the weekly Bible commentaries that we have been conducting the past seven years. But perhaps we need specific programs laying out the evils of feminism in society. Notice that I said programs, in the plural. This is a huge topic with multiple layers of abstraction, and feminism has several forms which keep society locked into a dialectic, supporting one form or another, which is right where our enemies want us to be. On the one side we have the worship of the female form and the elevation of women to the status of goddess, which is an ancient pagan ideal that leads to all sorts of perversion. On the other side we have the Jewish Golem of the ugly woman who thinks she should be a man, which was also found in the ancient world, manifested in the Greek tales of the Amazons and other myths, and which is just as pagan. In the meantime, we have the rather consistent portrayal in the Jewish media of the traditional wife and mother as a battered and abused and oppressed creature, whereby the enemies of our God and our race do their best to reduce the important role of the woman in the traditional family to the status of merely an unattractive lifestyle choice.

Addressing Feminism, Part 2

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Christogenea Saturdays, January 9th, 2016: Addressing Feminism, Part 2

Tonight we are only going to discuss some basic Biblical principles in comparison with the state of our modern society. We are doing this primarily because we do not know how far we have fallen unless we understand just where we really should be. We cannot even properly recognize feminism until we learn what our God expects from women, from men, and from women in relation to men.

In what I can only call the formerly Christian nations, women today typically walk around half naked. Some of them wear clothing which is so revealing that they may be better off naked. Doing so, they attract much attention to their physical form. But these women actually think that they are properly dressed simply because some fabric is stretched across certain areas of their bodies (I can hear it now, when they say “Well, my nipples are covered...”). Then these women roam about freely, going wheresoever they desire, and they have an expectation that they will never suffer harm.

I am not stating that all women who get raped deserve it. In fact, no woman deserves to be raped. But we as a society are now the victims of our own feminism. In an all-White and Christian society, there are hardly any men who would rape a woman even if she were half naked and out roaming the streets alone. But the standards which we now live with, under which the modern habits of dress and behavior for women have developed, came about not because of Christianity, but in spite of Christianity. They are the result of centuries of so-called progress and freedom in all-White and at least marginally Christian societies which are governed by the rule of law, and where people have it in their hearts to care about the law.