Archive for the 'Homeschooling' Category

Creationism, education, and the state

All right, here’s a rant for you. There’s a news story circulating about the well-known fact that homeschooling texts are ignoring or even (the audacity!) criticizing mainstream science in favor of creationism. The usual suspects have emerged to show their disgust of the benighted institution of homeschooling. There’s a poll up at MSNBC asking the […]

Sunday, March 7th, 2010

Cracks in the YEC wall?

Early last year I had the pleasure of reading a book entitled Beyond the Firmament. The author’s site is on my blogroll, so you may have noticed it. Here’s my review on Amazon: The whole conflict between faith and science has been trumped up. Does this surprise you? This book will convince you. This book […]

Sunday, February 1st, 2009

Homeschooling and agendas

There is no bigger proponent of home education than yours truly. I myself was homeschooled from the fifth grade through graduation. Although a somewhat shy, awkward kid, I somehow turned out completely “socialized” (whatever the crap that means), was accepted to both an undergraduate and multiple graduate programs, and am well on my way to […]

Friday, January 23rd, 2009