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Carnival of Modesty – November 9, 2007

November 13th, 2007 Visited 2738 times, 3 so far today

Carnival of Modesty Welcome to the November 9, 2007 edition of carnival of modesty.

My Story

MInTheGap presents The Temptations Men Face posted at First Baptist Church of Perryville, saying, “I?m 34 years old and single. Up until I was 26, I shamelessly indulged in lust while I outwardly paraded myself around as an upstanding Christian man. But today, because of the blood of Jesus and deep repentance, I am able to say that I am no longer that man. And the work of God?s grace has not only taught me to deny the ungodliness of lustful thoughts, but to go one step further and truly seek to honor you as sisters in my thoughts.”

Other

Robinson Go presents Another Question on Ethics posted at The Robinson Go Blog, saying, “Should the Engineer ask in a modest way and not accept the gift?”

Meg presents You’re Never Too Old to Reveal Too Much | All About Appearances and Ah, Put Your Shirt On! posted at All About Appearances.


Aparna presents Beauty and Personality Grooming: Inner Beauty posted at Beauty and Personality Grooming, saying, “Everyone is today concerned with physical health and beauty. Let us consider some hints for making ourselves beautiful from the inside too. Follow the following steps for a complete ?inner? make-up.”

What is Modest

MamaArcher presents MamaArcher’s Blog: Complete & Full Modesty posted at MamaArcher’s Blog.

Why Dress Modestly?

MInTheGap presents three posts:

The Talk of the Town: You posted at Technology Review Feed – Tech Review Top Stories, saying, “Earlier this year, New York magazine published a long piece called “Say Everything.” Sub­titled “Kids, the Internet, and the End of Privacy: The Greatest Generation Gap Since Rock and Roll,” the piece breathlessly revealed that about 60 percent of modern American youth already have their biographical details and images online at MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, or similar social-networking websites.”

Morning Devotions: Modesty posted at Morning Devotions, A Daily Audio Bible Devotional, saying, “At the risk of sounding like an uptight prude, I truly think that, in the church, among believers, there is very little today in the way of modesty. I honestly do not think that a large percentage of the church has any clue about what propriety is. We live in a culture that has been pornified. Women in their underwear sell us burgers, websites, music and cereal. And because the world around us is so completely sleazed-out, many Christian women think that just by wearing some clothes they are taking a stand for modesty.”

Modesty and Aesthetics – “Too Much Skin is Unflattering” posted at Modestly Yours, saying, “My appreciation of modesty is for aesthetic reasons as well as religious ones. People with their exposed skin spilling out of their too-tight clothing look fairly gross to me. It’s distracting, the eye doesn’t know where to land, the body gets broken up into little parts. I prefer a sleeker covered look, to “keep my line,” as it were.”

Meg presents Too Much Revealed | All About Appearances posted at All About Appearances.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of carnival of modesty using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

 

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  • MamaArcher says on: November 13, 2007 at 3:46 pm

     

    thank you for featuring my blog post. I will have to check out all of the other great links!

  • Meg says on: November 13, 2007 at 4:31 pm

     

    Thanks for featuring my blog posts!

  • Rebecca says on: November 15, 2007 at 1:48 pm

     

    Nice carnival! Now I’m off to read the posts.

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