Christian blogger Lori Alexander, 60, arouses indignation and says that women are more often beaten and abused by their husbands when they & # 39; fight & # 39; instead of & # 39; submissive & # 39;
- Controversial evangelical Christian blogger Lori Alexander, 60, sparked controversy on Twitter on Monday for her remarks about domestic violence
- She tweeted that women would be more likely to be mistreated if they & # 39; controversial and controversial & # 39; were then & # 39; kind, loving and submissive & # 39;
- & # 39; God's ways are for our good, NOT for our evil, & # 39; she added
- Furious Twitter users strike back and say that no woman deserves abuse and that many people are being abused without provocation
- Alexander also landed in hot water in January because he suggested that female rape victims should not have an abortion because & # 39; two errors do not make justice & # 39;
Controversial evangelical Christian blogger Lori Alexander, 60, sparked controversy on Twitter on Monday for her remarks about domestic violence
A controversial evangelical Christian blogger sparked indignation on social media after she said that women are more likely to be abused when they & # 39; argue & # 39; with their husbands instead of & # 39; submissive & # 39; to be.
Lori Alexander, 60, who runs the blog The Transformed Wife, is indignant about her indignant remarks about social views and beliefs.
On Monday, she caused a stir on Twitter when she shared: & # 39; A woman has a much greater chance of being abused if she is arguing, quarrelsome, and insulting towards her husband than if she is kind, loving, and submissive. & # 39;
& # 39; God's ways are for our good, NOT for our evil, & # 39; Lori, a mother of four and grandmother of nine, added.
Alexander tweeted that women would be mistreated more often if they were & # 39; controversial and controversial & # 39; are then & # 39; kind, loving and submissive & # 39;
She then said that feminism is not about equality, but about the right to control or the lack thereof.
& # 39; Feminism is fueled by the right to rule and to have control. It has nothing to do with equality. Love the submissive role that the Lord has given you, women. Trust that God's ways are perfect! & # 39; she said.
She continued her theme of domestic violence on Tuesday and tried to make it clear that she thinks women should not be abused in their marriage.
& # 39; Generous submission does NOT cause abuse, as many would claim. Submission is God's perfect will for women. A man who abuses will abuse, whether she is submissive or not. If she is abused, she must seek protection, but not tell others that submission causes abuse &, she tweeted.
She continued her theme of domestic violence on Tuesday and tried to make it clear that she thinks women should not be abused in their marriage
She then warned that many people claim they have been abused if they don't get their way & # 39;
& # 39; Some women tend to treat anyone who does not treat them as & # 39; abuse & # 39; This is not an abuse, women! It just doesn't come your way. Minimize those who are really being abused because you want your own way, & she added.
Her comments, however, led to online outrage, with an upset Twitter user who said: "Wifely submission" is not the cause of abuse; it is a symptom of manipulation, which is a form of abuse. & # 39;
& # 39; No one's actions (no matter how arguing or controversial) deserve abuse. Friendly, loving women are also often abused. Abusers don't care. They abuse because they are abusers. Not because of someone's actions & # 39 ;, another Twitter user hit back.
The slack: furious Twitter users shot back at her for her inflammatory comments. This Twitter shared a meme who said: & # 39; Jesus left the conversation & # 39;
& # 39; Shocking and dangerous theology. Stand with others who have already said – abusers are always the culprits, it is never the case that a woman has not been submissive enough & a Twitter user shot back.
& # 39; Yes, pastors told my dear, submissive mother who did not stop mistreatment. If you knew even the least about the basic human psyche, it is that predatory men are always looking for submissive women. Go talk to survivors, & a furious Twitter user clapped back.
& # 39; How dare you to be a battered woman, so this is anathema to me! You have no idea of domestic violence or how it happens, that is obvious !!! & # 39; another one added.
& # 39; A sign of abuse is constantly popping up for the abuser. Think very hard about that & # 39 ;, a Twitter user argued.
One person shared a meme who showed the image of Jesus with the caption & # 39; Jesus left the conversation & # 39 ;.
Alexander landed in hot water in January because he suggested that female rape victims should not have abortions because & # 39; two errors do not make justice & # 39 ;.
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