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Truth and Consequences: Giving Children a Biblical Worldview Through Homeschool

Written by Education Lead
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14754573361Submitted by: Judy Zwirblis, shown here with her sons Jay and David, and husband Alan.

When you give children absolute laws, then you give them the ability to reason.  These laws come from a acquiring a Biblical Worldview and as seen in the lack of basic academics and good behavior among our youth, they are not being taught in the standardized schools of today.  Concrete, absolute truths are the natural laws proven to be intellectually right, good spiritually, and scientifically accurate.  For instance, no one can argue with the obvious fact that we are individuals, born with our own set of unique characteristics.  Fingerprints, voice and facial recognition and DNA etc. can be identified, distinguishing one person from the rest of the world’s population.  In and of itself, the fact and the principle of individuality is a profound reality because it is so far-reaching when seen how it affects out thinking.  It implies that everyone has a unique purpose and that God’s gifting lies within that unique attribute.

A Call for Christian Education: The Moores’ Exodus Mandate

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Ray GailCol. E. Ray Moore and his wife Gail saw years ago the advantages of homeschooling their four children, when homeschooling was just barely getting its modern start. Today you find the Moores still enthusiastic about quality education and actively leading in the Exodus Mandate Project, a call to Christians everywhere to move their children out of the public schools and into parentally-supervised, protected, homeschools or Christian Schools.

Serving for over forty years in pastoral ministry, E. Ray Moore, Chaplain Col. USAR Ret., has worn many hats in service to his fellow man. His duties included campus pastor, army chaplain, congregational minister, and director of a Christian ministry. He and his wife Gail were selected as South Carolina Parents of the Year in 2000 and continue to this day to be model parents, and now grandparents, invested in the educational welfare of children, for the good of the nation.