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Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: November 18, 2022 05:13PM
Christian Family Values will defeat the Commie Democrats! Legions wearing a proper Christian Hijab will flood the streets and homes for Christmas

Many people are saying that Mother Mary's Savior-Inspired Christian hijabs will strengthen the forces of Pro-Life against the Satanic baby-killers.
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: cbelt3
Date: November 18, 2022 07:27PM
No Wimple ?

I do wonder what was the style was for women in Bethlehem in 0 AD.

Or was our Middle Ages Christian art representative of the style of the time ?
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Tiangou
Date: November 18, 2022 08:10PM
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cbelt3
No Wimple ?

I do wonder what was the style was for women in Bethlehem in 0 AD.

Or was our Middle Ages Christian art representative of the style of the time ?

A simla and tunic.

Imagine something like a big piece of cloth wrapped around the shoulders and draped down around the body, similar in shape to a Mexican serape. And above that a loosely-draped single-piece not unlike a Roman tunic from the movies. Might be belted/sashed. Might be hooded, or they might have a separate cloak with a hood for the cold or rain.

And they'd wear veils and shawls in public. Closer to what women wear to an Orthodox synagogue these days than to a hijab.

...The wealthy would wear loose soft linen robes with wide sleeves, even in public.

Anyone with a little money -- male or female -- probably wore turbans as a mark of status.



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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: November 18, 2022 08:41PM
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Tiangou

And they'd wear veils and shawls in public. Closer to what women wear to an Orthodox synagogue these days than to a hijab.
that's news to me...and to Orthodox women in synagogue.
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Tiangou
Date: November 18, 2022 09:09PM
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Steve G.
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Tiangou

And they'd wear veils and shawls in public. Closer to what women wear to an Orthodox synagogue these days than to a hijab.
that's news to me...and to Orthodox women in synagogue.

Not EVERY day. High holy days, dude. With the head-scarf.

Never seen that??







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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Carnos Jax
Date: November 18, 2022 09:19PM
Head scarves or a sari draped over the head is standard for women in Indian Orthodox churches.
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: November 19, 2022 06:48AM
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Tiangou
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Tiangou

And they'd wear veils and shawls in public. Closer to what women wear to an Orthodox synagogue these days than to a hijab.
that's news to me...and to Orthodox women in synagogue.

Not EVERY day. High holy days, dude. With the head-scarf.

Never seen that??

nope
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Janit
Date: November 19, 2022 07:44AM
How about this?

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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: pdq
Date: November 19, 2022 05:02PM
Sally Field has kind of a Trumpian face coloration in that picture.
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: davemchine
Date: November 19, 2022 05:15PM
A few women in our church have worn head coverings from time to time. Not sure what they are called but the look like a bandana or a doily. It doesn't happen very often but I always thought they were very nice looking.



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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: RgrF
Date: November 19, 2022 06:30PM
Growing up Catholic there was always a Sunday Mass rule that women needed head covers, men did not.
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: November 19, 2022 06:34PM
But if they failed to wear them with hair showing were they dragged off to interrogation and torture? We're aiming for purity of worshipfullness here.
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Acer
Date: November 19, 2022 09:25PM
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davemchine
A few women in our church have worn head coverings from time to time. Not sure what they are called but the look like a bandana or a doily. It doesn't happen very often but I always thought they were very nice looking.

Still popular in some more traditional anabaptist denominations (Mennonite, et al.) and Apostolic churches. Bigger covering in some churches, all but a doily in others. Rarely bigger than a skullcap these days except maybe in some Amish congregation, where it can be bonnet sized. Never a "Madonna" thing like the OP, though. Outside of the Amish, "prayer caps" of any size have been disappearing over the last few decades except in the most conservative congregations.
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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: DeusxMac
Date: November 20, 2022 08:26AM
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Acer
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davemchine
A few women in our church have worn head coverings from time to time. Not sure what they are called but the look like a bandana or a doily. It doesn't happen very often but I always thought they were very nice looking.

Still popular in some more traditional anabaptist denominations (Mennonite, et al.) and Apostolic churches. Bigger covering in some churches, all but a doily in others. Rarely bigger than a skullcap these days except maybe in some Amish congregation, where it can be bonnet sized. Never a "Madonna" thing like the OP, though. Outside of the Amish, "prayer caps" of any size have been disappearing over the last few decades except in the most conservative congregations.

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Re: Will 'Hijabs for Christ' restore family values?
Posted by: Bill in NC
Date: November 20, 2022 05:05PM
I don't think the above are wearing it right.

The covering should be tight-fitting and cover all hair.

Spouse had to do so when she worked in costume at a local historical site interpreting colonial times to the early 1800s.

They wore such as a practical measure to keep their hair clean when around wood smoke all day.



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