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Homeschool Voices From the Past — Raymond S. Moore

Monday, January 27th, 2020

Excerpt from an interview with Raymond S. Moore in Human Events, September 15, 1984 Q: [Interviewer] I’m quoting you now: “An early start in formal institutionalized schooling deprives children of the free exploration so crucial to the development of genius.” Could you elaborate on that and give specific ways in which institutionalized learning may penalize […]

Another reason why I like the Ron Paul Homeschool Curriculum

Monday, January 27th, 2020

The Ron Paul Homeschool Curriculum is an academically rigorous college prep homeschool program, but it is also a practical program. There are two parts to the Ron Paul Homeschool Curriculum: –The academic –The practical Elsewhere we have discussed the academic part of the RPC. Today we will discuss the practical courses. These courses make up […]

Envy is the strongest of all emotions

Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

Some say that envy is the strongest of all emotions. Jealousy is when you admire something and wish you could be like that. Envy is when you realize you can never be like that, so you want to destroy it. Mark 15:10 For he knew that the chief priests had handed Him over because of […]

Reader, how does it fare with your family?

Sunday, January 12th, 2020

by Charles Spurgeon Excerpt from The Treasury of David I will be careful to lead a blameless life . . . I will walk in my house with a blameless heart. Psalm 101:2 Piety must begin at home. Our first duties are those within our own abode. We must have a blameless heart at home, […]

Free 1849 Child’s Scripture Catechism

Saturday, January 11th, 2020

The Child’s Scripture Catechism Originally written by H. M. Eaton in 1849 Edited by Harvey Bluedorn in 2001 158 questions for children are answered with Bible quotes. Questions cover such topics as: God, The Bible, Promises, Sin, Christ, Salvation, Duty Toward God, Duty Toward Men, Christian Conduct, Death and Resurrection. Question #1. Who made us? […]

Free Soldier’s Pocket Bible

Saturday, January 11th, 2020

The Soldier’s Pocket Bible (also called Cromwell’s Soldier’s Bible) is a booklet that was first issued by Oliver Cromwell in 1643 during the English Civil War for the use of the Commonwealth Army. The little book consists of Bible passages (taken from The Geneva Bible), arranged topically, which might be of most help to a […]


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