This is Part 1 because there is more than one part. But I’m only going to do one of them, so it is Part 1 of 1. There is more than one “kind” of home schooler, home schooling parent, home schooling family, etc., and thus there are multiple attitudes. But a good chunk of the home schooling population, represented by these excerpts from their own rhetoric, are more than a little annoying, and are the reason why we should always be suspicious of home schooling and home schoolers until we see their credentials.
Home Schooling Is a Good Choice for Christian Parenting
If you want to impart a Christian parenting style to your children, home schooling may be good option for you. …Under the Clinton Directive in 1995, schools can teach about religion in social studies classes and the like but they can not teach religion per se. Hence, advocates of Christian parenting and other faiths as well often contemplate to resort to home schooling so that they can provide their children with a well rounded education with academics, extra curricular activities as well as faith based knowledge….If you are in favor of Christian parenting and do not think that Sunday school for a few hours a week makes a big difference, try out home schooling…
Home Schooling Virtual Schools are Meeting the Needs of America’s Students
Home school combined with Christian online academies is an outstanding way to educate children. Home schooling with online academies has proven to be extremely successful. While virtual schools eliminate the dangers of public schools it does not eliminate students learning about evolution and other fallacies. Instead, Christian home schooling online academies teach home schoolers the truth of the Gospel and allow parents to instill Godly values into their children.
Recommended for homeschooling curriculum:
The Great Dinosaur Mystery and the Bible
What happened to the dinosaurs? Could they have lived sometime in the past thousand years? Astonishing historical and geological information ignored by pro-evolutionary scientists. Fully illustrated. Color.
Recommended rating system for movies, from Christian Homeschoolers.
- Does it promote family values?
- Does it promote Biblical values?
- Does it promote healthy moral relationships?
- Is there a redeeming value?
- Is there an educational value?
- Is there clear distinction between good and evil?
- Is there value placed in human life?
- Profanity, obscene language, taking God’s Name in vain
- Pornography, nudity, sexual scenes, promiscuity, homosexual preferences
- Occult, witchcraft, voodoo, black-magic, spells, zombies, spirit possession, psychic
- Violence, blood and gory, pointless killings, grotesque themes, horror
- Portrayals of religious clergies as wacky, bigots, perverts
- Glorification of villain characters as heroes
- Disrespect for authority
- No redeeming value