John Adams, the second president of the United States, said: “From all that I had read of history and government of human life and manners, I had drawn this conclusion, that the manners of women were the most infallible barometer to ascertain the degree of morality and virtue of a nation.” —Dee Jepsen, Women Beyond Equal Rights (Waco: Word, 1984), quoted in James Robinson, Attack on the Family (Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, 1981), 33.
The role of women in society cannot be filled by any other. Women uniquely influence the family and the community. Typically, they still manage the home, provide the meals, select the clothing, chauffeur the children, volunteer at school, church, clubs—the list is almost endless. Over ninety percent of women also work a part- or full-time job.Continue reading