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New Hampshire Court orders Christian homeschooled girl to attend public school
A Christian homeschool girl in New Hampshire has been ordered into government-run public school for having "sincerely held" religious beliefs -- and the Alliance Defense Fund is troubled by the ruling.

The case involves divorced couple Martin Kurowski and Brenda Voydatch and their 10-year-old daughter, Amanda. The couple split in 1999 when they were living in Massachusetts, and the proceedings moved to New Hampshire after Voydatch relocated to that state with her daughter in 2002.

Although Voydatch has primary custody over Amanda, both parents agreed to a parenting plan that included joint decision-making responsibility. A court-appointed guardian served as a mediator.

A source of contention between the parents has been the mother's decision to home school Amanda since first grade. Amanda's father believes she should be sent to public school, while the mother is adamant about home schooling. ...


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Barry from KY. | Northern KY.  Contact via emailFind all comments by Barry from KY.
Since the constitution of the u.s. doesn't exactly cover this issue isn't it a state law issue? Doesn't the father have any rights here at all? I feel he does.
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News Item8/31/09 9:23 PM
John Paul's wife  Find all comments by John Paul's wife
This little girl is a hero in my book! I pray that the Lord Jesus will continue to grow her in a mature relationship with Him! There is a whole line of Christians before now that have stood before the courts of man and proclaimed the gospel, and she has shown more boldness that many of us!
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News Item8/31/09 3:06 PM
Written in Heaven  Find all comments by Written in Heaven
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Also written in heaven, Rendering To Caesar: A Biblical Perspective On Government, the bible verses in the pamphlet that is.
N/A
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News Item8/31/09 2:31 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Also written in heaven, Rendering To Caesar: A Biblical Perspective On Government, the bible verses in the pamphlet that is.
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News Item8/30/09 9:11 PM
Written in Heaven  Find all comments by Written in Heaven
So-called "homeschool" laws are irrelevant to the Christian. They are very relevant to "Christians" who sacrifice their children to the state father.
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News Item8/30/09 3:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Neil, your brought up an interesting thought and it did some time after the Constitution was signed to disestablish the state churches of several of the former colonies, q.v., Separation of church and state in the United State. Anyway, for the country at large some useful information, Links To State Laws & Organizations For Homeschoolers and for Nebraska in particular, Encouraging and supporting Christian families who educate their children at home.

John Y., one place where public schools excel over private ones is when compared to Catholic parochial schools, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No.

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News Item8/29/09 10:30 PM
Mike | PA  Find all comments by Mike
The judges who force parents to "educate" their children contrary to the parents' conscience and convictions is a gross violation of our freedoms. The alarming and very concerning aspect to this is how the "educated" and social engineers in our society today are doing all they can to make all children go through the godless indoctrination system called public education. Christ is absent in these hallways and classrooms, and the enemy knows it.

Now the "officials" know when someone (and their children) is too "religious" and how to "balance" this out with a little atheism and exposure to other ways of thinking...like REJECTING THE TRUTH.

It is not enough that they have abandoned God's revelation to man...but they must have others join them in their unbelief.

All in the disguise of "helping" the children, since they are being "harmed" by such strict convictions and faith in the home.

This kind of thing must be stopped before it goes any further. We must oppose tyrrany. Tyrants sound so wise...so informed...so reasonable. Freedom is too precious, too costly, to give up so easily. And once it is gone, it is difficult to regain.

The people behind this are pursuing the goals of the UN convention on the Rights of the Child. Wake up America.

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News Item8/29/09 4:46 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
What does the US Constitution have to do with this case? The 1st Amendment says, "Congress shall make no law...", not "States shall make no law." Otherwise, the several states could not have had established churches at the time.
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News Item8/29/09 1:00 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Written in Heaven wrote:
No. They "interpret" it. It says whatever they want it to say. The constitution is inspired by men and it's very deceptive.
That may be what judges do, but it isn't their job to interpret the Constitution, since they too are subject to it. Their job is to interpret laws in light of what the Constitution says.
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News Item8/29/09 12:36 PM
Written in Heaven  Find all comments by Written in Heaven
Alan H wrote:
Aren't Judges supposed to uphold the Constitution
No. They "interpret" it. It says whatever they want it to say. The constitution is inspired by men and it's very deceptive.
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News Item8/29/09 12:07 PM
San Jose John | San Jose, CA  Find all comments by San Jose John
Mark M. wrote:
...and it seems the parents expect a high level of work from both the students and the faculty.
That's the key, right there. Whether publically, privately, or home-schooled, virtually all of my more successful peers had parents who were unified in their persuit of what Mark wrote here.
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News Item8/29/09 10:40 AM
Mark M. | now residing in Taiwan  Contact via emailFind all comments by Mark M.
Agreed. I'm going to try my best with the kids that I teach. It's a bit strange here from an Obamaton's perspective in that I'm in a Christian school, but I'm still not to talk about my religious beliefs. At the same time we are not being asked to push the Homosexual or Evolutionary agendas either, so that is a plus. Either way, I think the students here care more about their school than their Obmanation counterparts and it seems the parents expect a high level of work from both the students and the faculty. I know I'm lazy at heart, so I better stop being a sluggard for once in my life
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News Item8/29/09 5:07 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
It appears that the girl's old man is insane and psychotic for wanting his daughter to be schooled in the Satanic public school system instead of being homeschooled. And the court is violating the First Amendment rights of the girl and her Mother by insisting that the girl be schooled in the Satanic public school system.
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News Item8/29/09 12:36 AM
Alan H | Washington State  Protected NameFind all comments by Alan H
More of the story...

"10-year-old's 'vigorous' defense of her faith condemned by judge"

The First Amendment - Ratified 12/15/1791.

"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

Aren't Judges supposed to uphold the Constitution?

Welcome to the New America! So far, I am not impressed.

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