Let me start with this question, how has the public school shaped the America we see today? Yes, you heard me right. The society we see today is a result of the teachings in the public school. Evolution teaches that we are nothing but slime, so should it surprise us when we witness young people shooting their classmates? If there’s no God than the life of the person (shooter) and the life of his classmates means nothing. God is obsolete in the teachings of the public school so there’s no right or wrong. The person decides what is right in their own eyes.

“Every way of a man is right in his own eyes: but the LORD pondereth the hearts.” (Proverbs 21:2 KJV)

“Remember your Creator

in the days of your youth,

before the days of trouble come

and the years approach when you will say,

“I find no pleasure in them”—

before the sun and the light

and the moon and the stars grow dark,

and the clouds return after the rain;

when the keepers of the house tremble,

and the strong men stoop,

when the grinders cease because they are few,

and those looking through the windows grow dim;

when the doors to the street are closed

and the sound of grinding fades;

when people rise up at the sound of birds,

but all their songs grow faint;

when people are afraid of heights

and of dangers in the streets;

when the almond tree blossoms

and the grasshopper drags itself along

and desire no longer is stirred.

Then people go to their eternal home

and mourners go about the streets.”
(Ecclesiastes 12:1-5 NIV)

By homeschooling your child they hear truth and are surrounded by life therefore learning the way they should go. By homeschooling your child you get the opportunity to mentor them. A special bond is formed between a student and their teacher. I know this because when my stepson was a teen I tried to talk to him about evolution but he really liked his teacher and did not feel she would lead him astray. These teachers have more of an influence on your children than you know.

“The student is not above the teacher, but everyone who is fully trained will be like their teacher.” (Luke 6:40 NIV)

Think of teachers you had when you were young or teachers that are in you life now that you respect.

“Those who transfer knowledge are also capable of transferring error.”
Mike Murdock

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