Raised in Minnesota, my family went to a suburban, evangelical church in the Assemblies of God denomination: most people would consider it conservative, but it was more mainstream than where we ended up. With 19 children, the Duggars are frequently associated with the "Quiverfull" movement -- a contingent of conservative Christians who shun contraception -- though Michelle and Jim Bob have said they do not formally consider themselves "Quiverfull" Christians. The browser or device you are using is out of date. I can write whatever I want, of course, because this is a free country. TLC celebrity Michelle Duggar is one of those reality stars who will probably always pique people's interest.
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I was raised in a conservative Christian cult where women were viewed as submissive birthing vessels. But generally speaking, the Duggar family rules apply to everyone. News is a nonprofit independent media publication. Quiverfull is a theological position held by some conservative Christian couples belonging to various Christian denominations that sees children as a blessing from God. Both the Willises and the Duggars share a strong faith and believe all children are an unmitigated blessing from God, both families embrace traditional gender roles, they homeschool and believe that college education is not a priority for their passels of kids, they both reject contemporary dating and believe adult children should seek parental approval of their future spouses, they insist on chastity before marriage, disapprove of comprehensive sex-education, both families home-church and teach their children that the earth was created in six days.
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