Neil wrote: kenny, there you have it: everyone's a critic. You're either not Progressive enough on one hand, or not Fundamentalist enough on the other. You have to do *exactly* as they do, or you're some sort of traitor.
Too funny. Always trust a man that shows "courtesy" to the local government, but tells you they will need their guns out even if they have a lawful warrant.
The paranoia and double-mindedness is on home turf. Possibly also some revisionist history going on in the storytelling ....
jpw wrote: kenny, don't let them get to you. calling people racists and making subtle associations with cult leaders is right out of the playbook. its a strategy for dividing people instead of dividing the truth. good day and thanks for posting.
Can you provide the quotation for when Jim (I assume you are referring to Jim as "them", if not please clarify your associational intention) used the race card please. I seemed to miss it.
Daniel -- There's plenty of single working mothers who homeschool their kids, also married working mothers who homeschool their kids. What's your problem, that you're single or that you're a father and not a mother? If you are the parent of your child you have to do more than trust a sovereign God to take care of her. Why not trust the sovereign God to help you homeschool?
If you work at night, homeschool during the day.
If you work during the day, homeschool at night.
Get videos, tapes and workbooks to help. You can also use the Internet. You can enroll your child in music classes and other classes with other homeschoolers. You must spend money for materials for homeschooling.