Longform Essay – How Did “Patriarchy” Become a Dirty Word?

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It's the Women, Not the Men!

Laura_Levites_Hate_Christians_2 The short answer to this question is that the women, who initiated radical, second-wave feminism in the late 1960s and early 1970s, were non-Christians. The long answer is that patriarchy was  principally associated with Christian churches and Christian men, and lesbian-led, radical, second-wave feminists abhorred them both. Laura_Levites_Hates Christians

Patriarchy 7What is patriarchy? It is “a system of society, based on Biblical teachings, in which the father is the responsible head of the family.” Prior to the inception of radical feminism, the concept of patriarchy was considered a highly valued component of Christianity. The concept of patriarchy was initially established by God the Father through His relationship with His beloved Son, Jesus’ Christ. Jesus was  an obedient Son to His Father, even unto His death.

Patriarchy last supperOn a different level, the term patriarchy also defined Jesus’ loving relationship, as “husband” and protector, of  His Holy Church, which He established while on earth though St…

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