When I get out of line today I still get hit, thanks mom... When you discipline your child with persistence, they will learn to respect you when you ask them to do something.I can tell you that she did it right, I have the utmost respect for my mother and rarely if ever talk back to any of my elders because of it. They will not always fight you and therefore you will not always have to spank them.Children need to know that they are people, and it's a basic human right to not be hit." Casting the issue in terms of human rights has prompted the former church music director to seek legislative remedies: Lawrence would never spank her children and believes it should be illegal for others to spank theirs.In countries like Norway, Germany, and Israel, it already is.In 1994, the church launched a Web site, and early on it had a chat room where visitors could interact with members of Westboro.As a child, Phelps-Roper spent hours there, sparring with strangers.I also hope people I have offended and disappointed will forgive me." Several bloggers, including frequent Driscoll critics Warren Throckmorton and Wenatchee the Hatchet, posted links to "William Wallace II" comments over the past week.The discussion also surfaced in a 541-member Facebook group for Mars Hill critics, where it garnered more than 150 comments.
Megan Phelps-Roper, a twenty-three-year-old legal assistant, seized the opportunity. #red.” As a member of the Westboro Baptist Church, in Topeka, Kansas, Phelps-Roper believed that was a curse sent by God.
The way to live your life as a Christian, is to find out what the scripture says and conform to that. I normally only have to smack them once or twice to get my point across.
I was raised by a 5'4" one hundred and ten pound mom that spanked me.
Her second website, stoptherod.net, sizzles with scathing condemnations of spanking and its effects, mirroring a host of other online campaigns such as stophitting.com, nospank.net, and
In June, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child adopted new standards against corporal punishment, requiring that member nations take immediate legislative action against "any punishment in which physical force is used and intended to cause some degree of pain or discomfort, however light." The committee declared that spanking is "invariably degrading" and a "form of violence." That directive cannot bind the United States, which has refrained from adopting the UN definitions of human rights for children and continues to uphold the parental right to spank in every state.