Kirk Cameron To Women: Your Life Purpose Is To Please Your Husband

By Stephen D. Foster Jr. | 30 April 2016
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Kirk Cameron.
Kirk Cameron.

If you’re a woman you’re going to want to deck this guy for what he just said.

During an interview with the Christian Post this week, evangelist Kirk Cameron said that no matter how wives are treated by their husbands they should be submissive and stay in the marriage because God commands it.

“Wives are to honor and respect and follow their husband’s lead, not to tell their husband how he ought to be a better husband,” Cameron said before claiming that women should know their role so that the marriage can succeed. “When each person gets their part right, regardless of how their spouse is treating them, there is hope for real change in their marriage.”

In other words, even if she is being beaten daily by her husband and treated like a slave, a wife should always remain submissive and basically let her husband do whatever they want without consequence. And it’s all because the Bible says so according to Cameron.

“A lot of people don’t know that marriage comes with instructions,” he said. “And, we find them right there in God’s word.”

Seriously. This is the “advice” Cameron has for women.

Someone should call Cameron’s wife and make sure she is okay because the former child actor clearly thinks domestic violence is something wives should just ignore instead of saving themselves and getting out of the marriage.

Cameron is, of course, part of the conservative Christian fundamentalist movement which repeatedly preaches that women are nothing more than common house slaves meant to cook, clean, raise children, and talk only when their husbands give them permission to do so.

Just take pastor Steven Anderson for instance.

In February, Anderson posted a sermon in which he preached that women should be banned from voting, barred from seeking divorce, prevented from entering the workforce, and ought to be confined to the home where they are submissive to their husbands.

“The right to divorce your husband is what they mean. You know what they mean? The right to rebel and disobey your husband, the right to divorce him, the right to go out and get a job and make your own money, the right to tell him what to do, the right to go vote for our leaders as if women should have any say in how our country is run when the Bible says that “I suffer not a woman to teach, not to usurp authority over the man, but to be in silence.””

Here’s the video via YouTube:

Two years earlier, Anderson demanded that women shut their mouths in church so that the men could teach them. You have to wonder if Cameron believes that, too.

Anderson has also preached that women shouldn’t be allowed to talk, read, or leave the house.

Basically, if conservative Christians like Steven Anderson or Kirk Cameron had their way women would be forbidden to have lives outside of the home and would be under the boot heel of their husbands day in and day out without a say in the matter. And just think, many Republican lawmakers agree with them.

It’s a scary thought that should spur women across the country to use their right to vote to put men like Cameron and Anderson in their place.

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  1. All I have to say about that is if that is what being a christian is all about then no thank you! You make a great argument for NOT being your kind of christian for sure Mr Cameron. I just dare a man to lay a hand on me. It will be the last time he uses that hand for evil. I will take his ass out!

  2. I think the only thing this article proves is 1) the writer's feelings and 2) what some fundamentalist Christian groups believe. IMO, he (the writer of this article) infers quite a bit! Nowhere in the quotes he gets from Cameron do I see where he (Cameron) endorsing a woman staying in an abusive relationship. This feels like another 'hit piece' on a Christian by someone who disagrees with fundamentalist Christian views. I have no problem with women in ministry, even with them taking leadership or a pastoral roles. The fundamentalist church I left did NOT support this view. What my former church did NOT support though, was a man abusing his wife. The writer seems to lump all fundamentalists together. It's a lot like identity politics that puts people into groups based on their race, gender or sexual identity, and then assign them beliefs, stances and views based on their given identity. This sort of article will NOT solve any problems. I *thought* we were past this sort of targeting. I guess I was wrong.

  3. You need to read your bible again as God says a woman needs to obey her husband as the husband obeys God..
    And no where in the Bible does it say that God allowed a woman to be beaten by anyone let alone her husband.
    This degrades woman and belongs in no church or system.
    Love one another is what God said
    You are what is wrong with religion and churches

  4. What if you do not have a husband?
    If this were true, every woman would be married. This is problematic since there are more women than men in the world.
    After World War I, due to the horrendous carnage, there was a huge shortage of men, so a lot of women remained single.

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