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TUESDAY, JUN 12, 2012| 15 comments
Is it time to think about home schooling your child?
For the past 21 years I have taught economics to more than 14,000 college students here in Central Florida.

During that time I have made a concerted effort to glean information from my Valencia students as to their educational background preceding their arrival in college.

Drawing from a sample size this large multiplied by two decades multiplied by hundreds of thousands of test answers has put me in a good position to offer the following advice to any reader of this paper with children in Florida's K-12 public schools.

Get them out now before you ruin their life. ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, yes, John UK!
William Bell Riley wrote:
Is the King James version absolutely inerrant? On this point we are inclined to think that, even unto comparatively recent years, such a theory has been entertained. The result, of course, is to make a sort of fetish of the book. That is why, in many a family, it is kept on the center-table and seldom used. They do not want to soil its sacredness….
from, Errors in the King James Version?

Or for that matter it is in an unreadable language of the Elizabethans. This is why Richard Dawkins isn't worried about placing the AV in British schools because they won't read it -- except for the dirty or comic passages.

If you have a pc computer you can either the e-Sword Bible program Downloads and you can put a couple of Bibles in parallel such as the AV the ESV (or perhaps the Amer. KJV -- I don't know if e-sword) has that to translate the AV into English.

Anyway, for Nebraskans interested in homeschooling contact, Encouraging and supporting Christian families who educate their children at home.

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News Item6/13/12 12:57 AM
OP | wisconsin  Find all comments by OP
Very good article--I agree!
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News Item6/12/12 5:58 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Mike wrote:
In terms of focus lack, there isn't much difference between the mesmerizing tool and an unused coffee-table Bible. But biblegateway.com does save a lot of coffee-table space.
I use their reading plan, Mike. Not because I want to, but because I keep losing my card with the suggested daily readings, or I forget what the date is, and all other sorts of reasons. But I must admit, it is not the same as reading and studying a "proper" Bible.
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News Item6/12/12 5:04 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
boring into their skull wrote:
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An iPad makes the Word a doorstop.
Clever atheists make mesmerizing tools to distract and disrupt even the adult Christian mind.
In terms of focus lack, there isn't much difference between the mesmerizing tool and an unused coffee-table Bible. But biblegateway.com does save a lot of coffee-table space.
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News Item6/12/12 4:01 PM
boring into their skull  Find all comments by boring into their skull
Neil wrote:
That Richard Dawkins is willing for schoolchildren to have Bibles shows how confident he is that they will learn nothing important from it.
Give a schoolboy a freshly-minted leather KJV and an iPad. Get behind a one-way mirror and observe which he interacts with to a greater extent. The only time he'll interface with the AV is when he sets his juiceless iPad on it.

A picture's better than a thousand words.
A moving picture's better than a thousand pictures.
An iPad makes the Word a doorstop.

Clever atheists make mesmerizing tools to distract and disrupt even the adult Christian mind.

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News Item6/12/12 3:45 PM
Mike | Florida  Find all comments by Mike
It all starts in the home! Fathers train your children, in the way they should go! Disciple, disciple, disciple.....
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News Item6/12/12 2:05 PM
Dopey  Find all comments by Dopey
thomas wrote:
Agreed; however, while a parent is trying to adhere to Deut 6:6-7, "These words, which I am commanding you today, shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise up.", it certainly doesn't help when a godless education system diligently tries to kill their consciences and undermine God's word.
Christian parents who do homeschool their children still need to be diligent in teaching their children God's word. I feel for Christian parents who can't homeschool their children; they need our prayer. Christian parents who public school their children by choice; I do hope that they are diligent in retraining their children; they need our prayer too. They won't get a break from our God-hating public education system.
thomas,

very wise words!

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News Item6/12/12 1:52 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
If Christians don't think carefully, then they're no better than the godless, anti-intellectual schools or their nominally Christian counterparts. False religious doctrine is just as deadly as anti-religious secularism, perhaps worse because it pretends to be pious & orthodox.

The unwillingness of churches to teach the full counsel of God these days is bad enough (I'm glad Voddie Baucham seems to be one exception), yet I hear Christians whine that public schools took away the Bible, as if what passed before as religious instruction was totally acceptable.

That Richard Dawkins is willing for schoolchildren to have Bibles shows how confident he is that they will learn nothing important from it.

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News Item6/12/12 1:31 PM
thomas | south dakota  Find all comments by thomas
Neil wrote:
Major assumption: that these students have faith in the 1st place. Now if they do, then how can any fool of a schoolteacher take away what God has granted (Acts 11:18), unless it was never there to start with?
Agreed; however, while a parent is trying to adhere to Deut 6:6-7, "These words, which I am commanding you today, shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your sons and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise up.", it certainly doesn't help when a godless education system diligently tries to kill their consciences and undermine God's word.

Christian parents who do homeschool their children still need to be diligent in teaching their children God's word. I feel for Christian parents who can't homeschool their children; they need our prayer. Christian parents who public school their children by choice; I do hope that they are diligent in retraining their children; they need our prayer too. They won't get a break from our God-hating public education system.

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News Item6/12/12 1:20 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Covenantal Losses wrote:
Voddie Baucham, a prominent Reformed SBC pastor, SA preacher and homeschool advocate, has stated that because of family planning and the secular college influences, it takes two average faithful Christian families today to get one faithful child into the next generation tomorrow. He warns that 75% of baptized covenant children are falling into perdition. The SBC is in utter collapse. Dr. Baucham needs to be one of the next presidents for its very survival.
Since when do Baptists have "baptised covenant children"?

Or is he a Presby pretending to be a Baptist?

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News Item6/12/12 1:17 PM
Anthony Brown | St. Louis  Contact via emailFind all comments by Anthony Brown
Amen Russ.
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News Item6/12/12 12:59 PM
Covenantal Losses  Find all comments by Covenantal Losses
Voddie Baucham, a prominent Reformed SBC pastor, SA preacher and homeschool advocate, has stated that because of family planning and the secular college influences, it takes two average faithful Christian families today to get one faithful child into the next generation tomorrow. He warns that 75% of baptized covenant children are falling into perdition. The SBC is in utter collapse. Dr. Baucham needs to be one of the next presidents for its very survival.
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News Item6/12/12 12:51 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Russ wrote:
...public school students are having their faith undermined for at least 40 hours a week by godless teachers...
Major assumption: that these students have faith in the 1st place. Now if they do, then how can any fool of a schoolteacher take away what God has granted (Acts 11:18), unless it was never there to start with?
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News Item6/12/12 12:43 PM
Rufus | Fort Worth, tX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
Russ wrote:
Good article, but I would also like to add that in addition to getting a bad education, public school students are having their faith undermined for at least 40 hours a week by godless teachers, godless kids, and a godless cirriculum. It's no wonder that we are losing 80 percent of kids from our churches as soon as they are old enough to decide for themselves.
We can't continue to fail our children by giving up our God given responsibility to make disciples of them. We simply can't delegate the raising of our children to a godless system.
Very well said.

Public education is merely church for the religion of secular humanism. It makes little sense for believers in Christ to send their child to a Christian assembly on Sunday, and then send them to the world's church Mon-Fri.

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News Item6/12/12 9:22 AM
Russ | Texas  Find all comments by Russ
Good article, but I would also like to add that in addition to getting a bad education, public school students are having their faith undermined for at least 40 hours a week by godless teachers, godless kids, and a godless cirriculum. It's no wonder that we are losing 80 percent of kids from our churches as soon as they are old enough to decide for themselves.
We can't continue to fail our children by giving up our God given responsibility to make disciples of them. We simply can't delegate the raising of our children to a godless system.
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