Quoting Quiverfull: Childish Homeschooler Syndrome Part 2

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by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin at Visionary Daughters Is growing up in a Christian home an advantage to us, or a disadvantage? We pointed out in our last article that children from Christian homes are beneficiaries of many advantages. The danger is when we let [Read more...]

CTBHHM: The Jezebel Type

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by Libby Anne Created To Be His Help Meet, pp. 19-20 Debi starts Chapter 1, “God’s Gift,” with her signature act: A letter she received from a reader. This letter provides an excellent illustration of why women are drawn to Debi’s advice. Dear Mike and Debi, I want to thank [Read more...]

Homeschool or Public School – What’s Worse?

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by Becoming Worldly I was talking with a homeschooled friend the other day who was raised fairly similar to how I was, with a more structured and less impoverished environment, and we were sharing stories. This and a few other things got me thinking. We both went on to higher education, got our masters degrees. [Read More...]

The Purity Conversation – My Two Cents

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by Kristen Rosser It appears to have started with a blog post called I am Damaged Goods by Sarah Bessey, in which she says: In the face of our sexually-dysfunctional culture, the Church longs to stand as an outpost of God’s ways of love [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Helicopter Parenting?

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by Mary Pride in Homeschool World 2008 You might be thinking, “Who cares how a bunch of rich snobs raise their kids?” The reason I brought all this up is that today’s middle-class homeschooling (and other) parents are in the same boat as yesterday’s Harvard parents. They knew that the right [Read more...]