Women: Truth vs. Myth
The Creator designed woman with the physical and spiritual means to be the controlling influence on human sexuality. The atheistic “liberation” of women, was based on the belief that there is no difference between males and females. That pretense caused women to abdicate their role in society, and allowed men to treat them as one of the boys.
The result of that change is apparent in the skyrocketing statistics for unwed women, single mothers, abortions, and venereal disease. As a result, the birthrate in some countries is so low that it fails to replenish the population.
“Liberated Women” seek parity with men; unfortunately, men can’t, and do not want to play the role of women. As a result, “Liberated Single Mothers” often get stuck playing both roles.
If human civilization is to survive, women will have to resume their role as the arbiters of sexuality, and “just say no” to sex outside of marriage.
And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him. Gen. 2:18
Women should assume the role of helpmate, and demand that those who seek sexual favors embrace the role of husband, provider, and father to their children.
Unto the woman he said, I will greatly multiply your sorrow and your conception; in sorrow you shall bring forth children; and your desire shall be to your husband, and he shall rule over you. Gen. 3:16.
Christianity’s translation of this verse makes God appear to want to punish women during childbirth. Nothing could be further from the truth.
When Adam and Eve transgressed, they went into exile on the earth. At that point, they received physical or mortal bodies that would experience pain, and they would know sorrow in that environment. God did not “multiply Eve’s sorrow in conception,” He multiplied her conceptions in her time of sorrow. That was an act of Love by God. The multiple conceptions assured Adam and Eve that their race would survive Satan’s relentless efforts to destroy them, and their descendants. If you read further in Genesis, you will see that God tells Adam that he too will be sorrowful in death.
Ultimately, God’s wrath is focused on Satan, not Adam and Eve. In the same chapter in Genesis, Satan is told that God will use a descendant of Adam and Eve to destroy him for his treachery. See also 1A&E 74:1-10.
 See Gen 3.
 Gen. 3:15, Rom. 16:20, 1 Cor. 16:23, Rev. 19:20.
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