Tag Archives: Home Education

Two Arguments Against Homeschooling

Years back, while we were homeschooling, I’ve repeatedly heard these two arguments against home education: The children will not socialize well. You are not a teacher. How can you teach your children? The first argument is one that every homeschool … Continue reading

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Teach them diligently

Some questions that keep coming back to my mind — over and over and over again: Are Christians influenced by the world? If so, how much? And, more specifically: Should Christian children be sent out into the schools to evangelize? … Continue reading

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Socialization

Socialisation: the modification from infancy of an individual’s behaviour to conform with the demands of social life. — Collins English Dictionary I love to chat about Christian education — especially whenever the word homeschooling comes up. One topic that’s almost always being discussed … Continue reading

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