April 22, 2010

Welcome to a Quiver Full of Information

Posted in Uncategorized tagged , , , , , , at 6:38 pm by hopewellslibraryoflife

This site aims to collect information on all aspects of the burgeoning Christian “Quiverfull” movement.  The information is presented in neutral environment.  The opinions expressed in the documents are those of the author and not of the creator of this site. To navigate click on the page links in the right sidebar.

Please note: This is not a site for evangelizing or for flaming either side! This is just to provide links to information on all aspects of the topic.

THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS!!!! Some pages are still empty, so check back!

NOTE: This blog is 100% not-for-profit. Links to sale sites, as has occasionally been noted, are not related to any “affiliate programs” or other means of earning money thru linking.

Feel free to leave a comment or to let me know of any broken links you find.


  1. Jennifer K said,

    Congrats for starting this blog. I can’t wait to read your posts.

  2. debrand said,

    hello from free jinger. I am going to start checking your site often.

  3. Looking forward to the growth of this fantastic resource.

  4. MInTheGap said,

    It seems to me, just from the sampling on the front of the page, that this site is collecting it not as unbiased as this post would lead the reader to believe.

  5. Fed Up said,

    If couples want to do more than replace themselves on this planet, fine. However, beyond two children, no “baby bonus”. Also, if you want to homeschool, that is fine, but no tax break. We will be lucky if there are any human animals on this planet in 200 years because of a variety of factors. One of these is overpopulation. Yet people continue to think it is their god-given right to reproduce as much as they want to reproduce. Would they be so eager to do so if tax exemptions for children stopped at two children, if homeschooling provided no tax benefit, and if no welfare would be provided for more than two children in a family? I doubt it. Having a large family is selfish and irresponsible, and I think a tax ought to be imposed on every child beyond the second that a couple chooses to have. I also believe that many women who believe in this movement have chosen to become brood sows who give up all control to their husbands rather in exchange for not having to go outside the home to work. READ THE STORIES of how women who had large families and whose marriages broke up now have to live. Stop having so many kids and start getting an education. We do not want to support you and your children when the father takes off or dies.

  6. I’m glad you guys are working out on this interesting project. I have read some of the post and I would agree that some are opinionated but solely expressed on the opinion of the writer. I will definitely check the posts that will follow on your blog.


  7. bishopscourt said,

    Thanks for your excellent post.
    I quite enjoyed reading it, you’re a great author. Keep up with the great posts, have a nice morning.

  8. Lana said,

    this is a good blog. 🙂

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