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Every subject area teaches something about the nature and character of God. Beginning with proper biblical presuppositions will enable students to make sense of the world around them. Seeing the world through God s eyes is the essence of a biblical worldview. This book will help you to learn how to think biblically and how to transmit a biblical worldview to your children Every subject area teaches something about the nature and character of God. Beginning with proper biblical presuppositions will enable students to make sense of the world around them. Seeing the world through God s eyes is the essence of a biblical worldview. This book will help you to learn how to think biblically and how to transmit a biblical worldview to your children as you teach them at home."


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Every subject area teaches something about the nature and character of God. Beginning with proper biblical presuppositions will enable students to make sense of the world around them. Seeing the world through God s eyes is the essence of a biblical worldview. This book will help you to learn how to think biblically and how to transmit a biblical worldview to your children Every subject area teaches something about the nature and character of God. Beginning with proper biblical presuppositions will enable students to make sense of the world around them. Seeing the world through God s eyes is the essence of a biblical worldview. This book will help you to learn how to think biblically and how to transmit a biblical worldview to your children as you teach them at home."

45 review for Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview

  1. 5 out of 5

    Israel

    "Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview" is out of print and will not be republished. A newer, totally revised book with 50% more and completely reworked content is now available from Master Books entitled: "Education: Does God Have an Opinion? -- An Apologetic for Christian Education & Homeschooling." Please check out the newer (and better) title that has replaced this one. Thank you! "Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview" is out of print and will not be republished. A newer, totally revised book with 50% more and completely reworked content is now available from Master Books entitled: "Education: Does God Have an Opinion? -- An Apologetic for Christian Education & Homeschooling." Please check out the newer (and better) title that has replaced this one. Thank you!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Adriane Devries

    Israel Wayne’s Homeschooling from a Biblical World View presents a thorough Biblical case for parental responsibility—versus state or even religious institutions—for those who profess faith in Christ to educate their children at home. Wayne gives practical applications based on twenty years of successful homeschooling, as well as much-needed encouragement to the burgeoning HS community. Many HS families cite the startlingly advanced test scores of homeschoolers versus their public and private sc Israel Wayne’s Homeschooling from a Biblical World View presents a thorough Biblical case for parental responsibility—versus state or even religious institutions—for those who profess faith in Christ to educate their children at home. Wayne gives practical applications based on twenty years of successful homeschooling, as well as much-needed encouragement to the burgeoning HS community. Many HS families cite the startlingly advanced test scores of homeschoolers versus their public and private school peers, as well as the benefits of familial socialization versus the Lord of the Flies, Darwinian mentality of 1-30 teacher-student ratios; yet Wayne reminds homeschoolers that their sole motivation should be simply God’s Scriptural mandate to teach our children from the moment they rise in the morning until they lay their head back down at night. Read it only if you dare be challenged to either change your reason for homeschooling, or to bring your kids home from an institutional setting; but also read it to be encouraged that there truly is a better way than the “norm.”

  3. 5 out of 5

    Momma Aimee

    Fast easy read. Nothing new and not exactly something I totally agree with. There is an element, a group of Christian Homeschoolers that advocate or promote separation. Not the “be not conformed” advice of Romans (be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what [is] that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God. Romans 12:2). But a separation born of fear, a fear, that is in my opinion unbiblical. I do not agree with or promote any Fast easy read. Nothing new and not exactly something I totally agree with. There is an element, a group of Christian Homeschoolers that advocate or promote separation. Not the “be not conformed” advice of Romans (be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what [is] that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God. Romans 12:2). But a separation born of fear, a fear, that is in my opinion unbiblical. I do not agree with or promote any attempt to complete isolate our children from the real world that they shall inherit and are called to influence. We home school because we are not comfortable, nor do we think it is advisable or responsible to send small impressionable children well under the age of reason off to Caesar for 8+ hours a day. Nonetheless no adult that walls people up in brick does not do so because they read The Cask of Amontillado by Poe and teenagers doing drugs are not doing so because of the influence of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. There are those that feel it best for their children, and one assumes, themselves too, to read only books and materials created and written by others sharing the same world view. I am not ready to limit myself that severely and while I strongly advocate parental involvement and supervision of youth reading, I can not support limiting them so artificially either. This book is written from that perspective. Granted all media, print or screen, has a bias; but I feel if we automatically discount any books written by non-Christian authors, or covering non-Christian subjects, we run a very real risk of becoming like the people that would ban To Kill A Mockingbird because it is racist. The bias of presented material is, of course, a vital consideration, but it is a consideration that can be taken up as part of the education process with out children, not in spite of them. Interesting book, a fast easy read for my time on ‘no fiction’ Lent; however I am glad I got it off paperbackswap and did not spend much money on it, I will not be keeping it in my reference library but there were a few quotes worth the time.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Susie

    Must read for Christian parents!

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    Billy

    I enjoyed this book as we are homeschoolers and agree with Israel Wayne on his thesis and supporting arguments.

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