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  • Writers: Colin Gunn, Emily Gunn
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Gunn Productions
  • Run Time: 54 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000Y5Q1CW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #226,184 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The 16th century reformer John Knox wrote his famous tract "The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women" to oppose a notorious European female tyrant who sought to stamp out biblical Christianity in his beloved Scotland. When we approach the issues of our day we wish to borrow his biblical perspective to apply his blast against those who rule in the wake of his monstrous queen. This group, we shall see, far surpasses the queen's iniquities in both kind and degree. Today, the feminists are our monstrous regiment. Feminists tell women not to submit to a husband, to avoid having children, and that they should listen to their inner voice and chase a career to find true fulfillment. This twisted and irrational teaching has led to disaster for American women, leading many into a frustrating, isolated existence. With this film, we call women back to a life filled with joy and beauty that can only be found by following God's Word. Featuring Sharon Adams - Historian, Edinburgh University; Jennie Chancey - Ladies Against Feminism; Jane Doe - Military Cadet; Carol Everett - Former Abortion Provider; Dana Feliciano - Homemaker; Carmon Friedrich - Writer, Buried Treasure Books; F. Carolyn Graglia - Author, Domestic Tranquility; Rosalind Marshall - Knox Biographer; Stacey McDonald - Author, Raising Maidens of Virtue; Phyllis Schlafly - Eagle Forum; Denise Sproul - Homemaker; Kathleen Smith - Homemaker

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20 of 29 people found the following review helpful By sally anne on December 3, 2007
...goes a long way....from the century the booklet was written (by John Knox in days of old) to today.

Well, if you are a feminist (even just a teeny bit of one) be forewarned that you will need to hang onto your hat for watching this one :) But, it's worth it!

It's a great movie, and does a super job of depicting some of the changes that feminism has brought to our world...ever since John Knox wrote his "First Blast" booklet.

Yeah for John Knox and yeah for the producers of this thought provoking movie!
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21 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Michael D. Warriner on February 6, 2008
As a Pastor, I find this video as a clarion call for the Church to repent of it's errors in both tolerating and promulgating feminism, and to return to the Biblical mandate of Christian women seeking to follow Romans 12:1-2 and standing against the tide of the world and its ways.
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11 of 17 people found the following review helpful By CLD on May 3, 2013
Thank goodness the Gunns are here to show us the failings of the hairy feminists and their horrid agenda! No more must I do anything for myself or attempt to further my horizons! I can just get married, submit to my husband, pop out babies and live the life of blissful servitude meant for me and my gender. Why, if it weren't for this movie, I'd no doubt continue on with my life, living in ignorance and obviously unfulfilled -- wasting away at a job I love, having meaningful hobbies, sharing life with a partner who considers me an equal and all those silly things women with ladybits aren't supposed to want or need. When I think about all those poor men out there, being forced to occasionally cook for their families, help with the chores (housecleaning - gasp!) and even change diapers or act like parents, it makes me weep for them.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jason Goodwin on May 20, 2013
The documentary by Colin and Emily Gunn, The Monstrous Regiment of Women, borrows a part of its title from the Scottish Protestant Reformer John Knox's pamphlet The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women. In this film, the Gunns brilliantly lay out just how disastrous the forsaking of Scriptural admonitions for women has been, along with how militant and radical feminism and the rule of domineering and rebellious women over men has weakened societies that have allowed it to happen. One just needs to take a look at modern-day Europe to see this, and that most of the female rulers - regardless of what part of the world they may be running the show - have mostly tilted to the Left.

I could go over some of the finer points of this film piece by piece, but others (including women) have already done so in cogent defense of this movie. At the same time, it did reveal some things that I had suspected based on past experiences and that there's hardly any coincidence on the matter. It does not surprise me anymore that feminism has had its Satanic connections within the American education system. It is no wonder why, after unsuccessful attempts to re-establish friendships and connections with some high school classmates and teachers on Facebook, that they rejected me. It is because they have all exchanged the Truth for a lie - and they did so a very long time ago (especially those who profess to be Christians). I realized this after I had a rather heated exchange with a retired female teacher and the cynical remark that her son interjected at the end.
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