Quoting Quiverfull: Letting Boys Be Boys Best Accomplished With Homeschooling?

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by some unnamed LAF Editor because Ladies Against Feminism has stopped putting some of the authors names on their pieces. From Ladies Against Feminism -  Stop the War on Boys in Classrooms - Homeschool Boys have little patience for wasting their lives putting in their time and working counter-intuitively to their calling and purpose. Schools are the factory of feminism. Boys who don’t sit well with this are normal. No wonder they are treated like defective girls. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Homeschooling Can Only Be Perfect When Public School Is?

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For those of you who vomit every single time we put up a Von posting here's a comment on a wonderful blog posting by a lady named Jennifer Bardsley who blogs at Teaching My Baby To Read - Why ordinary moms should know about the Bill Gothard Scandal. Thanks R.L. Stollar of Homeschoolers Anonymous for posting this on Facebook! … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Put Sex Ed Back In The Home, Not The School

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by an unidentified someone at Ladies Against Feminism as "Putting Sex Back in  Sex Education, Home Education" after author read a Camille Paglia article about fixing sex ed in the public schools originally published in Time Magazine. The great comedy of this all is that the LAF gals have agreed with the ideas of a *gasp!* lesbian! Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't LAF rant against homosexuality in all its forms usually? Most confused here.What Camille actually said: … [Read more...]

An Average Homeschooler: Introduction

by Samantha cross posted from her blog Defeating the Dragons  [me, the first year I was homeschooled]   I’ve been avoiding writing about this. Even once I started planning out the series, I debated with myself for weeks over whether or not I wanted to write it out– and then post it. I’ve talked a lot about some of the other aspects of growing up in fundamentalism, but I’ve avoided talking about my experience with homeschooling for a few reasons. I’ve touched on it a few times, and I’ve even written posts for Homeschoolers Anonymous and for Leaving Fundamentalism. Even as I wrote those posts, I was hesitant about sharing them here, although I did eventually. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: God Not Welcome in Public School?

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by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies - The Key of Knowledge God is the God of knowledge (1 Samuel 2:3; Proverbs 9:10; Isaiah 11:2; Colossians 2:3). Are our children taught knowledge from God's point of view in our public schools? No.God has the key of knowledge (Luke 11:52). Do our public school teachers use the key of God's knowledge to lead the students into His ways? No. They take away the key of knowledge and instead teach man's ways and ideas. … [Read more...]

Sunday Shout Out – Remaking High School

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Today's question is based on Mary Pride's claims in today's Quoting Quiverfull - Does public high school need to be retooled to teach basic life skills or should it stay a preparation for college? Is it a parental duty to make sure that the children in their home learn what they need to function as productive members of society? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Abolishing High School?

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by Mary Pride from her website Homeschooling World - Abolish High School Those of you who are not convinced that high school is meant to be skipped might consider this:The courses taught in high school today leave out much of what is needed for survival and success in today’s world. … [Read more...]

Being a Nerd Has Its Benefits: An Ode to the Bullied

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by Joe Sands cross posted from his blog Incongruous Circumspection We were poor.  There were seven of us.  We lived with a single mother who refused to work, thinking it was religious anathema for a woman to do so.  So, we lived on about $16,000 a year in food stamps and cash assistance.  My mother may have struggled, but we never noticed.  The government helped, as well as everyone else that either took pity on us or fell in love with our family.Life was good.Then we got on the school bus.The clothing we wore was old.  The styles from a decade past, remembered by the olive greens, the oranges, the browns, the long hair on both men and women, the drugs.  The seventies were over a … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Affection?

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by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - Where is Your Affection? We cannot effectively build a family for God's glory if our heart is not in it. Many times our heart and mind is in other places and projects rather than our home. … [Read more...]

The Upside of the Downside of My Homeschooling

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open Ground I. Growing up, I had very little concept of “school” in the traditional sense.While we were not unschoolers or a family who did child-directed learning, we did not even try to bring school home. We were our own breed. In my elementary years we just did the ATI wisdom booklets, checked out tons of random books at the library, and did unit studies that centered on the scripture of the month. For example, if our verse that month was “blessed are the meek,” we studied stories of meekness in history, science, missions, and life. We did not even open up textbooks, other than in math and grammar, until I got older. … [Read more...]


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