Quoting Quiverfull: College ‘Too Rigid’ For Homeschoolers?

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by Mary Pride of Homeschool World - The Future of College After years of educational freedom, homeschoolers are bound to feel unsettled by the rigid schedules, arbitrary course requirements, and unnecessary obstacles to education that have become part of the American college years. Too, many homeschooled high-school graduates are only 16 or 15 years old. Kids and parents alike may feel uneasy at the thought of sending a kid this age across the country to live on his or her own in a co-ed dorm in the land of keg parties and date rape. … [Read more...]

Coalition for Responsible Home Education

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by Samantha Fields cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons I wanted to take the time to introduce all of you to a new non-profit organization. Many of my friends have sacrificed time and resources to make this a reality. The Coalition for Responsible Home Education … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Apostate Homeschoolers or Chicken Little?

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by Kevin Swanson of Generations with Vision radio show - Apostate Homeschoolers and Atheist Boy ScoutsIf you listen to the above linked radio show you'll hear at about the 5 minute mark Swanson reference what sounds very much like Homeschoolers Anonymous and a number of bloggers we know (Libby Anne, Heather Doney et al) Perhaps he has seen this site or any of the other sites about recovery?Interesting. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: What Girls Should Study?

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by Anna Sophia and Elizabeth Botkin of Visionary Daughters written to promote the Botkin family's newest money-making webinar "Ready For Real Life" - The Top 10 Things Girls Should Study (but rarely do) Economics and Business – In Proverbs 31, even the virtuous woman’s wisdom and kindness are not praised as frequently as her business acumen, industry, and economic profitability, which is why we believe these are some of the most feminine things a Christian woman can study. (Yes, feminine.) … [Read more...]

When I Rejected Dominionism

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open Ground and Homeschoolers AnonymousBy now most people have probably heard of the dominionism in homeschooling and conservative evangelical circles — the idea that homeschoolers will change the world by their involvement in absolutely everything, from science to the high arts to politics. Oddly even after I rejected patriarchalism (and courtship and purity), I still saw myself as a huge warrior and heroine. I’ll tell you what changed that for me. But first thought I’ll give you a couple quotes of this in homeschool circles. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: No Madrasahs and No Government Schools for Our Christian Children?

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by Doug Phillips of Vision Forum - Education Choices are Not Neutral: The Implications of Islamic Madrasahs and Government Schools for Our Christian Children The Bible is the Source of Authority on EducationIn the great debate over Christian education, we must begin with the source of authority. It is the Bible. There is no other source. The Bible alone is the source for determining the presuppositions which drive our view of education. When it comes to education … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: The Blessing and Privilege of Being a Wife and Mother?

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Zsuzsanna Anderson, wife of Steve L. Anderson at Are They All Yours - Q&A Answers Part 1Would you let any of your children (daughters included) go to college?  … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Public Schools To Blame?

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by Vaughn Ohlman from Persevero News - Immoral Submission Oh, but what of the original case? What say I to the poor fourteen year old now with a threat of a year in prison over a shirt which he refused to take off? … [Read more...]

To Homeschooling’s “Old Guard:” 20 Truths You Need to Hear

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by Heather Doney cross posted from her blog Becoming Worldly This is a post for homeschooling’s “old guard,” the people who first started homeschooling and unschooling back in the day. Writing this post has been hard to do. I do not want to make enemies of the old guard unschoolers and homeschoolers. I just want them to do the right thing. … [Read more...]

A Call For Contributions to HA’s Upcoming Self-Injury Awareness Series

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Cross posted from Homeschoolers AnonymousA Call for Contributions to HA’s Upcoming Self-Injury Awareness Series By R.L. Stollar, HA Community CoordinatorI vividly remember the day when cutting struck close to home. … [Read more...]


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