Education Articles

Homeschooling, public schooling and Sunday schooling (can I write that?): it’s all here.

Here are my original articles on homeschooling and the history of Christian education over at my old Blogger account (all content is moving to this new website). And, yes, I homeschool (see In defense of homeschooling).

 

The book the HSLDA and NCFIC do not endorse (in Kindle format too):In kindle format too

 

 

UPDATE: Scott Brown of the NCFIC was gracious enough to discuss their new declaration with some of the churches of the Presbytery of the Dakotas last night (9.2.15). Being a semi-private meeting, I will not divulge details. I WILL say this: All that I have written about the beliefs of this movement are true. I am vindicated against my detractors. Now they can go to the next step and critique my critiques.

Family Integrated Church:

A Pastoral Evaluation of the Family Integrated Church Movement (2014 Lecture at the Presbytery of the Midwest (OPC) as a pdf) audio here and handout.

1. What is a Family Integrated Church?

2. Uniting church and family

3. A Weak Gospel Creates Weak Families

4. In defense of family integrated churches

5.Book review of A Weed in the Church

6. Movie review of Divided

7. Flagrant misquote in Divided

8. Colorado homeschooling organization’s flagrant misquote of Dabney

More coming…

 

Homeschooling

In defense of homeschooling

Homeschooling academic superiority exaggerated over the last decade

Experts caution about Christian homeschooling advocacy groups

 

History you won’t read anywhere else:

1. A Brief History of Schooling at Home and Abroad

2. A Very Short History of Christian Education (with referenced books)

 

REVIEWS of Uniting Church and Family (Kindle edition):

Angela Wittman of Christian Heritage News and Crown and Covenant, here.

PCA pastor, here.

 

Doug Phillips

I was one of the first news-sources to write on Phillips’ resignation, back in 2013 (thanks to my wife discovering it on facebook). Almost all my articles were published in the Google and Bing news-feed searches, coming up first under the search “Doug Phillips.” For historical sake (and the possible future-return of Doug himself): here is the list.

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