Quoting Quiverfull: Part 4 – Anger in Children is Purely Selfishness?

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by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy - Angry ChildrenEditor's note: Now Mr. Pearl tries to define 'righteous anger' and states how many use the excuse of righteousness in order to impose their own will on others. Pot please meet kettle. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Part 2 – Anger in Children is Purely Selfishness?

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by Michael Pearl from No Greater Joy - Angry ChildrenEditor's note: Michael seems to be saying here that if you control your child and everything about their environment then the incidents of anger will be lessened. While I agree that teaching children to deal with their emotions and the things that frustrate them is a very important goal it still seems likely that the switch is not too far off in the world of Micheal Pearl child training. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: What it Means to Be Biblically Submissive?

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Found on Minthegap (Is This Modest.com Adam Gregorin) blog leading to Ken Ham's Answers In Genesis - A Girl Named RuthEditor's note: Ham complains that most Christian children's books depict the mother with the open Bible reading to the children. This is because even in those 'sold-out' Quiverfull Evangelical Fundamentalist extremist homes the fathers don't do reading to the children, or anything involving teaching or homeschooling. It's a realistic depiction. Perhaps you need to teach your wonderful Christian males that they need to parent too before blaming it on feminism or overbearing women. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Children Are Malleable?

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by Debi Pearl from No Greater Joy Magazine - Give Attendance to ReadingEditor's note: Nearly skipped this article by Debi Pearl because I thought it was some sort of Christianese 'Reading is Fundamental' involving homeschooling. That's a subject I think we all can agree is good, making sure children can read well. But, no, this is all about how you should read the Bible to your kids, starting off with some talk of a pastor who'd come back to tell Michael Pearl that his teaching the children scripture had impacted his life so much this man had become a pastor. There's some typical Michael putting down the man after he left as well at the original article. Unless they are putting someone … [Read more...]

Sex Ed

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by Kaleesha Williams cross posted from her blog The Lost (And Found) Mind of Kaleesha WilliamsAre you going to give your children sex education and how?Okay, how about some random, rambling thoughts and interesting links? … [Read more...]

Teaching Our Kids Religion

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open GroundIn a post the other day, I mentioned that homeschoolers tend to be sheltered from secular ideas – to the extent that homeschool students are often not allowed to disagree with their parents or formulate their own opinions. The post lacked clarity in several areas. I am a graduate student and have been writing extensive term papers this month. So I rushed the post. Quite frankly, if I turned in a paper as undeveloped and unclear as that post, I’d get a bad grade. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Ten Reasons Swanson Likes to Homeschool

by Kevin Swanson speaking at a Homeschooling ConferenceComments open below … [Read more...]


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