Wednesday, March 29, 2017

College Makes Women Stupid?



I'm confused he says people who don't read are shallow. Doesn't college advance "reading"? I wonder about people who have no interest in the world around them but then says college makes women stupid. Not every class at college is a liberal-based woman's studies class. Sure there are false world views pushed in college, but to tell people not to get educated especially in a world that demands college educations to get any jobs, is absurd.

 The anti-intellectualism just makes Christians look bad and all we have to do is look at the Duggar adults to seem gaping wide holes of knowledge and a serious lack of reading to see the effects of poor education. Do these types even realize that a lot of our most important colleges like Harvard have Christian roots in their history? They didn't have pastors then saying "education is bad". Christianity was compatible with knowledge. This is the kind of stuff that gets Christians labeled as Neanderthals who hate learning. It makes me sick.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

I believe it's the institutions that make people "stupid" by trying to replace the knowledge of God with mans knowledge. There's nothing wrong with wanting to learn things. One doesn't need a college to do this, it's the piece of paper you get afterwards that people are after. Steven Anderson can be spot on, on one issue, but off on others. He does get the gospel message right.....James

Anonymous said...

This fake preacher is a horn hand specialist. Watch his videos and you will see.

Anonymous said...

I've never seen him use a "horn hand". Scripture says you shall know them by their fruits. He has a lot of good fruit. I don't agree with everything he says, but he preaches the gospel the way it should be preached, and he has lead a lot of people to the Lord. I can't condemn the man. I can't say bad things about him, he has a lot more fruit than I do. I will never talk bad about someone who leads people to Jesus Christ. He speaks out on every false way. The only thing I dont agree with him on is his stance on lording over woman. Some read scriptures and come to the same conclusion regarding this issue. I don't believe God gave authority to man to rule a woman's life.

Anonymous said...

I wasn't sure whether I should laugh or cry at this preacher man's absurdity! Is he for real? And do people actually listen to this arrogant man's rantings? Seriously?

Gospel message? Oh my...I believe this man is in desperate need of sitting at the feet of Jesus and learning from Him, as in Mary and Martha!

Personally, I am thankful to our LORD Jesus Christ that He had my well being in mine when that wonderful, born again Christian woman surgeon removed a large tumor from my abdomen...and if my memory serves me correctly; ALL of the women and a few men in that surgery room were college educated and my surgeon happened to graduate at the top of her class. Praise Him for that amazing surgeon who ministered to me during a time of fear and uncertainty, all the while loving on my and telling me that I am precious in the sight of our LORD.

I can't image an uneducated surgeon trying to remove my tumor. Praying for Steven Anderson, that our LORD gives him the wisdom he so lacks in this life. College 'didn't ruin' me nor most of my women peers....and neither did the public school system. And I still am a born again Christian who loves and serves her Master, our LORD Jesus Christ.

Anonymous said...

Steven Anderson.....stupid is as stupid does. I personally don't see a shred of humility in this individual who claims to serve Jesus.

The LORD is my Shepherd, I shall NOT want... said...

BB,

He is all over the map. He says college makes women stupid. Then he says there are smart guys who have come out of college smart because they went in smart. Wouldn't that apply to women too?

He also fails to expound on the fact that it is not reading the bible that makes us wise, but keeping the LORD'S precepts does (Psalm 19 & 119). We all know that the devil knows scripture (ref, Eve and the forbidden fruit and Jesus' temptation).

I wouldn't bother with him, he seems he was preaching for men only.

Anonymous said...



My bible tells me Gods Word brings knowledge and understanding. So how can one say that reading their bible doesn't make one "wise"? There are two different types of wisdom. There is the wisdom that the world teaches, and wisdom the Holy Ghost teaches. I care not for mans wisdom. Also there are a lot more colleges out there than just medical school. Take bible college or seminary for example. One can enter one of these institutions sound in the faith, and leave promoting false doctrine. You can get a degree in made up nonsense like quantum physics that teaches the "quantum theory". To pick out a necessary learning that man needs as an example, while leaving out things that are an invention of man is a little misleading. As far as Anderson goes, to each their own. I would like people to refute his gospel message, or his doctrines instead of trying to refute him through opinions. We all have opinions, but to try and discredit someone and give opinions as a reason to do so is misleading as well. Reflect and ask yourself if you've reached more people with the gospel than Anderson, if your answer is no, then why talk bad about him? I know Anderson is a saved man, I might not like some of the things he teaches, but you can get saved by listening to him preach the gospel. Anderson is seen as a crazy man because He preaches hard against sodomites, and every false religion. A lot of "Christians" these days love them some sodomites. He teaches nothing that couldn't be heard in a church 30 years ago. .....James ....proverbs 2:6. For the LORD giveth wisdom: out of his mouth cometh knowledge and understanding.

Anonymous said...

Steve using satanic hand signs. Other messages obvious as well with horn hands. Many so called preachers are doing witchcraft from the pulpit now. Two many to count even with very popular and well known.
Sheep are deceived. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_USyv7erhfM&sns=em

Anonymous said...

Sallysays

Whether Anderson gets more people saved than by or you or me is irrelevant when it comes to receiving entry into heaven and being saved. You are saved by believing on the gospel not by works. Jesus preached about this very topic in that you could have healed the sick and preach and so forth, but if he never 'knew you' it makes no sense.

We must also look at the thief on the cross who had no time to get people saved.

We do not get people saved. We preach the gospel and if they do not listen or want to listen, they are condemned. The word of God and holy spirit does the saving. Period.

Going back to mister Anderson, I agree with his opinion on college in terms of the humanistic values it teaches, however I would disagree with dropping it all together. Not every course is humanistic. I have been to college and I don't recall being taught anything that would compromise anyone's faith. It dependscon which course you are on and who you socialise with.

College is useful if one is going into law and medicines and other degree related field, other than that, you better of picking up knowledge of the web. I would strongly encourage my child (should I have any to go to either christian one or distance learning and only use secular ones as last result though.

Anderson has again some good ideas yet I am not sure about his ideas not to allow his daughters to hold down a job and assumably college. His daughters must apparently be keepers at home and perhaps marry men like him who work 70 hours a week to sustain a growing family. The girls I'm assuming like his wife can run little businesses at home. But get this, he will not be getting involved in their love life to the extent of arranging matches. That is quaint but where are these girls meant to find matches like him. The average guy out there wants a lady that works and uses birth control and The Anderson livesin a city. Perhaps amongst the congregants.

Anonymous said...

Sallysays

Not sure if he knows what he is doing by making those hand signs. Plenty of people make these hand signs without being satanists. They may be just emulating the real satanists without knowing it.

All in all, perhaps if an ex satanist came on here, he may know.

Bible Believer said...

I agree James, well there's some practical things to be learned and other things to watch out for. One should learn well beyond school and getting those pieces of paper that seem more required as an entry-way into any employment. I am glad for you that you got a God-directed surgeon anon. Happy about that. With college, yes one has to discern between practicals and false teachings that go against God. It can be a mindfield, but I do not agree that Christians have to eschew higher education. With Anderson, we may disagree, James, he even denied the Holocaust and has taught other extreme things, do a search on him, on this blog, I've done other articles. I agree about the satanic hands signs.

Anonymous said...

I never said Anderson was saved by the people he reached with the gospel, I was just asking everyone to look at his fruits. I've personally never seen him give hand signs. He preaches the gospel message, so why would he be trying to mislead people through hand signs that not everyone can pick up? Satan can't cast out satan, nor can a false prophet get anyone saved. you can tell he's saved by his gospel message. A false prophet doesn't preach a sound gospel, it's always works like "repent of your sins", or "keep the commandments" etc......James

Anonymous said...

I seen a video where he said he didn't agree with the 6 million number given. He didn't deny it happened. Yes, we can't all agree about everything. I don't necessarily believe that Christians shouldn't go after a higher education, I'm just pointing out that not all educations are practical, and a lot teach contrary to Gods Word. I know a few people who have a college education. I have a high school education. Before my accident at work I made quite a bit more than them. I'm not in any way bragging, but just pointing out that a piece of paper doesn't always equate to a high paying job. The price for a college education is outrageous. In my opinion one would be better served learning practical skills that would ensure you would always be able to find work no matter how Wall Street is doing. Things like welding, heating and cooling, electrician work etc. just my opinion of coarse.....God bless....James

Anonymous said...

Anon at 7:18. I tried your link and this website is the only thing that showed up on the search. Could you please check your link to see if it's correct? I'm interested in seeing if he does use hand signs. I know a little about them......thanks...James

Bible Believer said...

What good fruits? James, he isn't a good guy not at all, read some of the past posts.

Someone who denies the Holocaust is just an alt-right rube as far as I am concerned. I am married to someone whose parents were teens in Germany right in WWII, one saw the outside of a camp around the time of liberation and I quote "saw the bodies stacked like cordwood". I also met this other independent guy who was a soldier there and saw a camp during liberation. James there is too much evidence for the Holocaust, and Holocaust denial is linked to a lot of other creepy stuff. Most are uber-Vatican supporters.

I agree more practical stuff is better now, nursing school, repairs, trades, etc. Don't do liberal arts, study things on your own, with the internet and books and information available that is easier to do nowadays.

I saw this one...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_USyv7erhfM

take flat earth stuff with a grain of salt, I don't believe it.

hand signs is like a language of it's own. one has to discern of course natural gestures with planned out ones, but you learn to see when they move their hands constantly and make the 'same gestures over and over.

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/search?q=hand+signs

Bible Believer said...

Don't trust Texe Marrs, I've warned about him but this is the most concise guide to masonic and otherwise evil handsigns among the elite and others

https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/sociopolitica/codex_magica/codex_magica.htm

Anonymous said...

BB. Again, I've actually watched a video where he says he doesn't deny the holocaust, only the numbers. The number of holocaust victims have changed over time. It started out at 2 million and swelled from there. I'm not denying it happened, but the numbers could very well be off for a reason. There were actually grave markers at the sites where the numbers were placed on them, it clearly shows how the numbers have grew massively over the years. I gauge wether a person is a true believer by their gospel message. Every single false prophet ever has preached a false works based salvation message. People who have had their conscience seared cannot accidentally stumble upon the true gospel....James

Anonymous said...

I agree about Texe Marrs. I emailed him one time asking him if Catholics are saved, he messaged me back and said "if they truly believe", and I thought to myself that if they truly believed they wouldn't be Catholics, or at least not for long.....james

Anonymous said...

If Steve Anderson does preach a true, concise Gospel, according to God's Word, we must still test every word that comes out of his mouth with our Holy Scriptures. As the Apostle Paul commends the Bereans, without mocking and scorning them, for testing every word that he preached, we must follow that example in testing Steve Anderson.

I cannot find anywhere in my Bible, that Scriptures command that women become stupid when attending college. I find it incomprehensible how a pastor, who claims to have brains, can speak such jibberish from his foolish heart.

In prayer for Steve and other men, with whom I have the displeasure of being in their religious company on a regular basis. I call it abusive.

Anonymous said...

Actually he said "you know what makes woman stupid? College because, college makes everyone stupid". It's not like he's saying college makes men smart, but it's only woman that college affects. I agree that college makes one stupid when it comes to Godly knowledge. These are worldly institutions that are set up by worldly people that actually teach contrary to the bible. Can anyone agree that evolution that's taught in schools, and pushed even harder in college makes people stupid? I actually went back and listened to the whole sermon. He's not talking about medical school or any college that would actually benefit man. There are colleges that teach all kinds of ungodly things. It seems the emphasis here was placed on him mentioning woman without acknowledging that he said "everyone". Kind of misleading a bit. I won't post anymore on this topic.God bless.....James

Bible Believer said...

Agree about judging his other actions and fruits. His connection to Quiverfuls, is enough to bug me. He supports false patriarchialism too, and a whole boatload of false doctrines and dubious connections like that one odd movie he made on Zionism. Yes college can teach a lot of false things, you have to watch out for the leftists and the deceptions from that side, but let me point out how he focused on WOMEN, sadly he is of the keep them pregnant perpetually Quiverful school and barefoot, he like the Duggars, wants women controlled and completely uneducated. I don't mind Christians warning of some nonsense in college. I think a lot of college today is a financial racket, with the student loans, and some don't teach practical skills and are there to make money hand over fist while teaching atheism, evolution, and leftist gospel. He bangs a huge drum and always has this focus on women as second class citizens. These type of men emotionally abuse women. I have never had him as a pastor but he frightens me just watching his videos. I know he would call me a Jezebel for this entire blog, and would condemn me to hell for not being fertile/healthy and never having had children.

Bible Believer said...

Agree about Catholics, when you are saved, you run out of there.

Anonymous said...

I personally could never sit under this man's teachings or preaching. Instead, it is much wiser for this believer to sit at the feet of Jesus as in the Mary and Martha Scriptural account. Does not the true born again believer desire the meat of God's Word, without succumbing to that wolf in sheep's clothing phrase I so often hear within the industrial church complex; "Well, you know, we need to chew on the meat and spit out the bones!"

Ah, where in God's Word does it say that we should do that? Even the Apostle Paul never instructed the Bereans to do so; and neither should we.

When Steve Anderson says that college makes women stupid, I have to wonder what the true belief of his heart is concerning the true Body of Jesus Christ, which is made up of both men and women. As a woman, I do not believe that I am a "lesser" in the Kingdom of God. Nor do I require a man as my "coverning," or my spiritual leader, or my authoritarian leader on this earth to tell me how to vote, for example, or which college courses to take, or whether I should even attend college at all. This is all between my Master Jesus, the Christ, and myself. Jesus is the Head of my faith, my soul, and my eternal destiny which is in heaven. And I shall have to give an account to Him, as Steven Anderson will as well, for every word that comes out of his mouth.

May Jesus be praised and worshiped, in spirit and truth this day, and every day within our hearts, minds, and souls. Praying that Steven Anderson will be saved by Jesus, Himself.

Anonymous said...

I know I said I wouldn't comment again on this topic, but I feel the need to post my views on some things. I don't believe the label of the "quiver full movement" applies to people who only believe that scripture teaches it's good to have a large family, which it does. The quiverfull movement in organized Christianity is linked to dominionism where people feel they need to bring Christ kingdom to earth themselves by raising a bunch of mind controlled zombies. I've listened to a handful of andersons "controversial" sermons, and I don't see anything wrong with them. Recently I watched his film called marching to Zion because it was mentioned above, again I don't see anything wrong with it. He doesn't deny the holocaust, he preaches against rabbinic Judaism by giving you their stance from their own mouths, he also tells the biblical truth on who Gods "chosen people" truly are. Most "Christians" don't like his hard preaching against sodomites. Most don't want to admit that Romans 1 does state that those who commit such things have been "given over", or "given up" by God. This isn't a new teaching, it's what has always been preached in biblical churches in the past. I use to think he was part of a "one man show" as well, come to find out he has sermons on his YouTube channel preached by others from his congregation. I honestly think he has gotten bad PR because of his stance on important issues. I also do believe that if people would take the time to listen to a couple of his sermons they would change their minds. I don't recommend anyone listing to any one man solely in replacement of the bible. I also don't believe he's nearly as bad as people make him out to be.....James

Anonymous said...

No James, I believe Steven Anderson has not received bad press due to his sound teachings, we are judging him due to his ridiculous statements that come out of his mouth with a prideful attitude.

When preachers make the claim that college makes women stupid, I personally, would like the facts to back up such garbage, otherwise, it would be better for this man to shut his trap, which the Bible says, comes from the true source, his heart.

Steven Anderson is receiving the backlash of his own words, his own, ideology/worldview, and some false theology regarding the purpose of women. Again, I will reiterate, I would never sit under this man's teachings or preaching, but will instead, choose to follow Jesus Christ's teachings.

Jesus is the Good Shepherd and His Word is wisdom.

Anonymous said...

No one is asking you to sit under anyone. He didn't just say woman, he said everyone. college does make people smart, according to the world. Like I stated, college teaches all sorts of heresy like atheism, evolution, science falsely so called, vain philosophy, and all sorts of other teachings that are not only contrary to scripture, but are done in a fashion to instill doubt about God into people's minds. If these sorts of things equate to wisdom in your eyes, then that's between you and God. You don't like the way he preaches, fine but that doesn't make him wrong. He preaches hard like preachers did decades ago, some people don't like that most believers do. I enjoy hearing a preacher get behind the pulpit a rip on all false religions and doctrines that go against Gods Word. I like a preacher who is willing to put it all on the line and preach against queers in the face of a wicked world that wants to say it's OK to do these wicked unnatural, vile, and disgusting things. A person who preaches the whole council of God is going to get backlash from the world. You can tell a preacher is false when the world loves him. Anderson would have to start worrying when the world starts to agree with him. People start to get uncomfortable when the true Lord is preached, not the false "jesus" who only loves and accepts all wickedness like queers covetous money lovers like our president. People only seem to want to hear the 1/3 of the bible that talks about love, but wants nothing to do with the other 2/3 that talk about judgement. I'm sure you can find many "preachers" that are willing to tell you what you want to hear in a fashion you want to hear it. These days there are many to chose from, have you pick....James

Anonymous said...

No one is asking you to sit under anyone. He didn't just say woman, he said everyone. college does make people smart, according to the world. Like I stated, college teaches all sorts of heresy like atheism, evolution, science falsely so called, vain philosophy, and all sorts of other teachings that are not only contrary to scripture, but are done in a fashion to instill doubt about God into people's minds. If these sorts of things equate to wisdom in your eyes, then that's between you and God. You don't like the way he preaches, fine but that doesn't make him wrong. He preaches hard like preachers did decades ago, some people don't like that most believers do. I enjoy hearing a preacher get behind the pulpit a rip on all false religions and doctrines that go against Gods Word. I like a preacher who is willing to put it all on the line and preach against queers in the face of a wicked world that wants to say it's OK to do these wicked unnatural, vile, and disgusting things. A person who preaches the whole council of God is going to get backlash from the world. You can tell a preacher is false when the world loves him. Anderson would have to start worrying when the world starts to agree with him. People start to get uncomfortable when the true Lord is preached, not the false "jesus" who only loves and accepts all wickedness like queers covetous money lovers like our president. People only seem to want to hear the 1/3 of the bible that talks about love, but wants nothing to do with the other 2/3 that talk about judgement. I'm sure you can find many "preachers" that are willing to tell you what you want to hear in a fashion you want to hear it. These days there are many to chose from, have you pick....James