Magazine
Christian Homeschooling: Victory in the New Millennium
August 2000

Dominion

By R. J. Rushdoony

Our theological position is known variously as Christian reconstruction, theonomy, or dominion theology. All three terms are accurate.

Christian Home Schooling: Genuine Christianity

By P. Andrew Sandlin

In an April 2000 visit to Chalcedon, Dr. Samuel Blumenfeld commented to me: The most genuine Christianity in America today is practiced in the home schooling movement. After pondering this, I am obliged to agree.

The Importance of Home Schooling to America

By Samuel L. Blumenfeld

It's a delight to be able to discuss the importance of home schooling to our nation. We are just beginning to understand how profoundly significant the home school movement has become, particularly at this time in our history when we are engaged in a full-fledged cultural war between humanism and Christianity,…

What the Home Schooling Movement Should Be Doing in the New Millennium

By Samuel L. Blumenfeld

What should the Christian home school movement be doing in the new millennium? First and foremost, it should be reaffirming God's curriculum. If we want to understand what that curriculum is, all we have to do is read Genesis 1:26-28

By Monte E. Wilson, III

I have always loved great storytellers. Whether it is Lewis or Tolkien, Annie Dillard or Garrison Kiellor, storytellers have often been used in my life to challenge me, to impart some needed wisdom, or to remind me of the value of virtue. Even when it comes to the Bible it is the stories…

By Rich Jefferson

Patrick Henry College, which will initially offer only a major in government, is not entering the world of higher education as a lightweight. According to one home schooler headed to college this fall, the admissions application for Patrick Henry College is tougher than Harvard's.

By Linda Hoffman

Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6

By Gail Betts, Walter Block

Entrepreneurship is an art. It involves utilizing the knowledge of what people will want or need in the future, plus having the courage to take a risk and put that knowledge to work. As with any art, there are those with real talent and those with none. It is successful entrepreneurs who…

By Julie Foster

Modesto board rejects home educators controversial policy adopted denying credit to transfer students.

By Doug Dahl

God is intensely concerned with the training of covenant children. Throughout the Scriptures, God admonishes parents to carefully instruct the children He entrusts to them, to transmit the covenant to succeeding generations.