Rosie apologizes for her comments about anal sex

Normally I do not make emails public unless someone specifically tells me it is OK.  But I am going to make an exemption in this case with Rosie since she is banned from commenting here and can only communicate with me via email.

Today she sent me this email apologizing for the accusations she made on the Alan Colmes show that I told women they must submit to their husband’s requests for anal sex:

“Larry, I apologize to you, if I offended you in any way. Maybe I read it wrong or misunderstood something. I do not wish to read your articles anymore or make any more statements. I am a born again Christian as of 2.5 years ago, a former Roman Catholic. My, husband is a non-practicing Catholic.

Through my daily devotionals, worship and praise, and watching and listening to daily ministries, my life made a complete turn-around. I am the spiritual leader in my home. When I started reading your articles, I began to feel negative, oppressed, and I was even beginning to have doubts of who I am in Christ Jesus.

I started to neglect my prayers and worship, thinking that maybe God thought of me as an inferior human being, and maybe I had no right to be a spiritual leader in my house.

Maybe God didn’t love me enough.

As I was reading all of your comments on FB, I realized that many people were rebuking Christianity and Religion. As disciples of Jesus Christ, it is our mission to bring people closer to Lord. You’re not doing that; you’re doing the opposite. A man is not a God, nor does he replace God in a marriage. Women were not born to serve man, but serve God through our Lord Jesus Christ.

I am a daughter of the God most high, I am his beloved, I am the apple of my Father’s eyes. He brought each and every one of us into this world with our own special gifts. We are to open ourselves and receive those gifts, so that we may manifest our gifts as God wants us to. My special gift is that of love and compassion towards others. I feed the hungry and clothes the poor. I take care of people because God works through me to take care of His people. I am his instrument because I offer myself to God as a living sacrifice to use me as his instrument. I will not be led astray from my my faith in God. I have returned to my faith, worship, and praise.

You and I are of different faiths and beliefs. I am a follower and believer of the Grace Gospel. You have a right to believe and practice whatever you desire, and I have a right to continue practicing my faith. I only hope the people who have rebuked Christianity and religion on your FB comments come back to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ – God bless”

Emily – God says this about forgiveness:

For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you:  But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.” – Matthew 6:14-15 (KJV)

Forgiveness is a core tenant of the Christian faith and God wants me to forgive you.

I accept your apology.

God also tells me that I must reprove false teaching.

Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine.  For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;  And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.” – I Timothy 4:2-4 (KJV)

We should not change the Word of God to make it more palatable to a sinful world or rebellious Christians who do not want to follow all of God’s Word.   This is what you are doing, and what you recommend I do and I cannot do that.

Emily – you live by your feelings, rather than by the Word of God.  God tells us we are to live by his Word:

“But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God. ” – Matthew 4:4 (KJV)

I pray that one day you will choose to live by his Word – his Word is life to those of us who believe it.

Here was the original post to which Rosie is apologizing for.

Women are NOT required to perform anal sex with their husbands

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11 thoughts on “Rosie apologizes for her comments about anal sex

  1. The whole “daughter of the king”/princess trope is a disease spreading through the church, and it leads to exactly this type of behavior. “I’m a princess, I am not subservient or submissive to anyone because I am a daughter of the King and princesses don’t do that sort of thing.”. Yet, a man cannot be “King of his home”. Its really sickening and misleading.

  2. She should try reading 1 peter 3:1-6

    I dont have it memorized, but it says obey and behave even your husband is NOT obedient to the word (God). It doesnt say anywhere that you should be the spiritual leader if your husband isnt. Win him over by your behavior. Born again to her own thoughts!

  3. @SnapperTrx,

    Good points.

    Working in conjunction with the “daughter of the king”/princess trope is the church movement pushing women into leadership. Pushing more women into leadership is not the main needs of Churches and Christian families.

  4. @SnapperTrx,

    You hit the nail on the head.

    Christian women, like Rosie, believe that they are the “Bride Of Christ” as opposed to the Church being so. They only submit and are led by Christ, and no one else – not even their husbands.

    They have their own Personal Jesus. This Jesus is an a-la-carte Jesus who cares more about their feeelings than about them being Holy and hungering and thirsting for righteousness.

    The Christian woman’s Personal Jesus exhibits the following characteristics:

    1. He doesn’t require them to submit to the headship of their husbands.
    2. He doesn’t require them to be, nor does he judge them for their lack of chastity.
    3. He doesn’t demand respect or empathy.
    4. He doesn’t require modesty in any form. He’s a “sex-positive” Jesus.
    5. He understands that they are entitled to provision and protection from men, but are not required to do anything in return. Reciprocate? May it never be! That’s abuse! (http://www.lifeskillsintl.org/images/PowerControl_Master.jpg)
    6. He is a hard-core feminist. He believes that all restrictions on women’s sexuality should be lifted, but restrictions on men’s behaviors be severely limited.
    7. He assures them that their bodies are their own. Any expectation of them to surrender their bodies to their husband is abuse.
    8. He’s cool with the feminist lies that say that the husband who wants a Biblically centered marriage really wants Power and Control. (http://www.lifeskillsintl.org/Power_and_Control_Wheel.html) If the husband points out what the scriptures says about denying sex, that’s knowledge abuse because it’s not godly to speak of our even mention the truth of scripture to the wife, or any woman.
    9. He doesn’t require them to conform into His image. That’s only required of men.
    10. He not only embraces but he co-authored hidden books Apocrypha such as the Book of Gynocentrism and the Book of Hypoagency. Those, along with the Book of Oprah are their favorite books of the Bible.

    Ballista at Society of Phineas writes extensively about the woman’s Personal Jesus. Check it out. (https://societyofphineas.wordpress.com/?s=personal+jesus)

  5. My wife just attended a women’s conference sponsored by the local Evangelical Ministerial Alliance here in Mexico. She was part of the organization team.

    Pastors and their wives were invited to a breakfast on Friday. I attended this breakfast. I was really confused by the main speaker at the breakfast. I wasn’t sure whether it was a man or a woman. Later on this person mentioned that she was a woman, but had a voice and dressed just like as man. My wife told me that she was a lesbian before. This speaker said that we should not judge a person by their appearance. If I were to preach before a group with lipstick, shaved legs, and a miniskirt, should the believers there judge me by my appearance or not? Or does God only “look at my heart” and ignore how I dress and act?

    However, the Bible is clear, both in the Old and New Testaments, that men should look like men and women like women. I was so turned off by the manliness of this woman that I could hardly concentrate on anything she was saying. My wife said that she learned a lot from this speaker at the conference. I wonder how much of my wife’s rebellion towards me in the marriage is fueled by the preachers that she listens too.

  6. i agree to Rosie’s sentiment to being a daughter and heir to God’s reward, but find no basis for the claim that her faith is any different from yours. there are several points that Christians disagree upon, and we are told to forgive each other’s different perspectives (and even cater to some of them, Rom 14) so long as they are both one in Christ. if you both believe Jesus is the Son of God and that through belief in him all have eternal life (Jn 3.15-16), that is solely what joins your faiths. why fight each other on trivial issues? it is our love for one another that bring people and glory to God (Jn 13.35). and even if we were enemies in regard to Christ, we are to love one another.

    i agree that men and women are equal as heirs, but husbands and wives are a unique relationship which requires a head. not all women are wives, and even Paul expressed that not all who are married should desire to be (I Cor 7.26-28), because there is much more expected of those who are. just as deacons and similar positions of leadership in the church are required to hold a higher standard for living (I Tim 3).
    i also see that Larry’s words are not only directed at wives fulfilling their duties but also to men fulfilling theirs, equal in certain cases such as yielding one’s body, unique in others because each gender (and to a greater extent, individual) has his or her strengths.

    finally, in response to Missionary to Mexico, let us aim to look at the heart rather than the physical appearance. let us test the words spoken, which are the overflow of the heart (Prov 4.23), so that they may be found in accordance with Scripture (I Jn 4.1). gender and past lives should not lead us to discriminate those who speak God’s word (see Miriam, Deborah, Philip’s four daughters, and Acts 2.17). the only mark of a prophet (or prophetess’s) words are that they agree with Scripture.

  7. Daniel, my post was not against women preachers, but against women preaching who look and act like men. The issue is this: Does the appearance of the person who is preaching matter? Suppose I were a cross dresser and preached dressing and acting like a woman. Does that really matter to God? Are only the words that I preach important and not my appearance? If you really study God’s Word, you will find that the Lord is against women looking like men and men looking like women. Therefore, not only are we to judge the words that are being preached, but the spirit that the preacher has. A false teacher can preach a completely Biblically correct sermon, but the evil spirit that he or she has is being transmitted to the people that he or she is preaching to. Therefore, these false teachers are to be avoided no matter how Biblically correct their sermons are!

    By the way, I heard an ex-homosexual preach on Saturday. He told us that when he was a homosexual that he dressed and acted like a woman, with beautiful flowing long red hair, etc. He looked so manly to me that I could not even imagine him looking like a woman! I even asked him to pray for me so that I would be more effective ministering to homosexuals in the prisons where I minister here in Mexico. Therefore, I am all for ex-homosexuals and ex-lesbians sharing their testimonies who have been completely liberated from this abomination and I love to hear these testimonies! But, those who preach looking and acting like the opposite sex have not been completely liberated from this abomination.

  8. i agree with you there. preachers or prophets must hold themselves by a high standard if they wish to live out that gift (I Tim 3, Ex 4.24-26). as a 6-month-old newlywed, i am trying very hard to fulfill all of my responsibilities as a husband, not least of all the role of leadership for someone who ever considered himself a follower.

    while, ideally, we should not judge someone by their looks or lack of deeds or semantics (but only by their spirit), a leader is the exception. if one is dedicated to leading God’s people, one must be dedicated to God Himself. if this particular preacher is not convicted in her sin, then something is to be said of her spirit, because God’s Spirit brings conviction (Jn 16.8 NIV 1984).

  9. Daniel,

    Your Statement:

    “finally, in response to Missionary to Mexico, let us aim to look at the heart rather than the physical appearance. let us test the words spoken, which are the overflow of the heart (Prov 4.23), so that they may be found in accordance with Scripture (I Jn 4.1). gender and past lives should not lead us to discriminate those who speak God’s word (see Miriam, Deborah, Philip’s four daughters, and Acts 2.17). the only mark of a prophet (or prophetess’s) words are that they agree with Scripture.”

    While I have many Christian friends(especially of the Pentecostal persuasion) like Missionary to Mexico and others I know in person who believe women may be ministers there are many Christians around the world of which I am one that hold the Scriptural teachings that forbid women being in positions of spiritual authority over men. I will probably do a post on this subject in the near future.

    “This is a true saying, if a man desire the office of a bishop, he desireth a good work. A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach; Not given to wine, no striker, not greedy of filthy lucre; but patient, not a brawler, not covetous; One that ruleth well his own house, having his children in subjection with all gravity;” – I Timothy 3:1-4(KJV)

    “Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law. And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.” – I Corinthians 14:34-35(KJV)

    I also addressed the issue of female prophetesses in this post last year:
    https://biblicalgenderroles.com/2014/07/01/does-the-bible-allow-for-a-woman-to-be-president-of-the-united-states/

    I realize this might not change your position or any of my other friends on this subject – but this is my position on that subject.

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