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THURSDAY, AUG 15, 2013  |  32 comments
The Debate: Homeschool vs. Public School
There is often a heated debate within the Christian community as to which type of education is best for our children:

Homeschool,

Private Christian School or,

Public School ...


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News Item8/17/13 4:24 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, you mean, Anne, something on this order? Seventh-day Adventism. Now of course John Y., I would hope you wouldn't send your children to a Romish School, because, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. (PDF)

As I suppose I should have pointed out, even though this show was done by the Nebr. Ed. Television, it is surprisingly favorable to home-schooling, I would suggest you take a look at it, which will give you some idea on home-schooling. NET: Home School Nebraska. Of course, Nebraskans can contact the folks that run this site, Encouraging and supporting Christian families who educate their children at home.

I never did get around to answering a comment by Michael H., (I think it was you.) About all things have something to do with God, but still there are gray areas, Guidelines for Using Our Liberties.

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News Item8/17/13 2:55 PM
Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
But it's hard isn't it! I remember being at a point where I didn't agree with anything the SDA's did, basically, but didn't know where else to go and was too confused to step out to a Sunday keeping church because of 30 years of brainwashing. God used Romans and Hebrews to get things in line with our family. He deserves all the glory if He can cause a fool like me to see anything clearly... How grateful to God for your deliverance! It gives so many opportunities to go to His word and rely on His wisdom instead of honey coated lies. To simply serve the King alone is a beautiful thing!
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News Item8/17/13 2:37 PM
MS  Find all comments by MS
Greetings Anne,
Your post reminded me of our family devotion reading yesterday. It was 2 Kings chapter 17.
As being raised in Romanism and saved out of that apostate religion, that chapter really spoke to our hearts and made us so grateful to our Lord for giving us eyes to see,ears to hear and hearts that want to obey Him.
"So these nations feared the Lord, and served their graven images"......2Kings 17:41. Describes Romanism perfectly!
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News Item8/17/13 2:31 PM
Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
The problem with SDA is the same as Catholic schools: they add to the scriptures what isn't there, making it apostate. I grew up SDA and can tell you most assuredly, your kids will be subtlety brainwashed, and not so subtlety. Trying to weed the weeds is a horrible process when you grow up - to find most of what you had been taught was so much fiction mashed together with fact it's difficult to not throw the baby out with the bath water. Those pieces are ungodly, even hostile to a God who's word is clear and concise when the Holy Spirit reveals it. We are not allowed to add to or take from Scripture so where do we humans get off appealing for spiritual aid from fellow sinners? If it's Jesus who cleanses us from sin, our entire allegiance is to Him. Why dilute yourself with the pollution of ungodly teaching?
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News Item8/17/13 2:30 PM
Whoodoo Voodoo | Alabama  Find all comments by Whoodoo Voodoo
We live down south. Anne is correct - voodoo is a mix of Catholicism and witch craft now. Mass on Sunday, pig fry Sunday night... Don't want to get into the discussion as such, but voodoo is an ugly business here.
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News Item8/17/13 2:17 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Anne wrote:
Many aspects of voodoo now center around Jesus as God's only Son, who died and rose again, ascended into Heaven and sits at the Fathers right hand. They also sacrifice chickens and cast spells, but they do believe in Jesus as God.
I will not say you do not love Jesus for I don't see into your heart as God does. However, the Bible teaches that God wants us to worship Him in spirit and truth, serving only one master, not the Masters family or servants; and not holding congregational assembly of worship with divided hearts, let alone our own. So, John, would you send your child to a Seventh-Day Adventist church school? Their fundamental beliefs are generally, mostly scriptural.
The Voodoo religion worships Jesus as God? No they don't. And thus that religion is not and never has been considered to be a part of Christianity. If I was a Seventh Day Adventist I would send my children if I had children to a Seventh Day Adventist school.
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News Item8/17/13 1:24 PM
Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
Many aspects of voodoo now center around Jesus as God's only Son, who died and rose again, ascended into Heaven and sits at the Fathers right hand. They also sacrifice chickens and cast spells, but they do believe in Jesus as God.

I will not say you do not love Jesus for I don't see into your heart as God does. However, the Bible teaches that God wants us to worship Him in spirit and truth, serving only one master, not the Masters family or servants; and not holding congregational assembly of worship with divided hearts, let alone our own. So, John, would you send your child to a Seventh-Day Adventist church school? Their fundamental beliefs are generally, mostly scriptural.

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News Item8/17/13 1:04 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
So if a person is going to an institution that is disseminating false information as truth, they should leave?
That only pertains to the public schools and religions that don't worship Jesus as God.
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News Item8/17/13 12:40 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Lurker wrote:
You're not playing fair.
Oh I don't know, bro. Caught and bowled by US is fair cricket in my book. Besides, it's been a while since we heard the crickets on the forum.
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News Item8/17/13 12:14 PM
CS  Find all comments by CS
There will be no answer.......just the sound of crickets chirping!
The man does not love the Lord Jesus Christ.
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News Item8/17/13 12:07 PM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
So if a person is going to an institution that is disseminating false information as truth, they should leave?
You're not playing fair.
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News Item8/17/13 11:16 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Yurich USA wrote:
Because of the teaching of atheism, humanism and evolution.
So if a person is going to an institution that is disseminating false information as truth, they should leave?
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News Item8/17/13 10:52 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Pray tell, John Y, why should Christian parents take their children out of public school?
Because of the teaching of atheism, humanism and evolution.
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News Item8/17/13 10:34 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
JohnYurich USA wrote:
It is time that Christian parents withdraw their children from that school district and either homeschool or enroll their children in private schools(Catholic and Protestant).
Pray tell, John Y, why should Christian parents take their children out of public school?
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News Item8/17/13 9:02 AM
JohnYurich USA | USA  Find all comments by JohnYurich USA
Anne wrote:
On a side note, it appears our government school district here has instituted the practice of integrating social workers into the school counseling services for K through 12. So now your kids can be counseled appropriately if you display too many religious tendencies that might appear aggressive towards other who are not religious! The "salt and light kids" will now have a state case number! Sounds exciting...
It is time that Christian parents withdraw their children from that school district and either homeschool or enroll their children in private schools(Catholic and Protestant).
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News Item8/17/13 8:35 AM
Anne | The Wild West  Find all comments by Anne
On a side note, it appears our government school district here has instituted the practice of integrating social workers into the school counseling services for K through 12. So now your kids can be counseled appropriately if you display too many religious tendencies that might appear aggressive towards other who are not religious! The "salt and light kids" will now have a state case number! Sounds exciting...
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News Item8/16/13 6:18 PM
Be like a Berean  Find all comments by Be like a Berean
Jim, you should first and foremost search the Bible diligently to see how we are to raise our children by Gods standard, and His alone. THEN, see if that fits into the curricula of the public school. You will quickly find that it doesn't matter where you live, satan will always strategically place some loud-mouthed atheist family to quickly extinguish any talk of our God in the public schools. So, you say as long as good morals are present, the child isn't placed into much harm. But, what are morals if they can't boldly be supported by the word of God? The public schools are a humanist organization, who hate God.... It's in their framework. My children are more precious than that.
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News Item8/16/13 6:11 PM
marty mcd | usa  Find all comments by marty mcd
Even six hours a day is too much Mr. Jim. Are you familiar with the concept of opportunity costs?
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News Item8/16/13 3:09 PM
Michael W  Find all comments by Michael W
...propaganda? I don't get it. I just hear a lot of excuses because it will be hard on the parents. But what glorify GOD?
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News Item8/16/13 3:07 PM
Michael W | Helena, MT  Find all comments by Michael W
Jim, maybe it isn't about whether the teachers are conservative. Maybe it isn't about their Christianity, or lack thereof. Public means government. Government means government information and goals. Our government is not Christian in its worldview and will not therefore supply kids with any biblical "building up". These conservative teachers may not teach their classes outside of supplied materials.

So we struggle! Is there somewhere in the Bible where we are to expect Easy Street, or where our lives shouldn't call for sacrifices? Aren't these "rewards from God" worth more than material things? I know you'll say yes, but you're saying in the same breath that we might have to struggle so it isn't worth it... Struggle is good for us and our kids.

Your last two comments reveal to me you probably don't have kids. Yes, parents have great influence over their kids but they have to BE there to act on that. Why do teens rebel? Why do they dress like their peers and listen to music their parents don't? A typical day for a government school kid is school, home, parent(s) get home, dinner, homework, TV, bed. An hour of semi-involved parent time makes up for the hours a day with godless cirriculum, transgender student bodies, homosexual cheerleaders and socialist propagan

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