March 8, 2013
Old Earth, Young Minds: Evangelical Homeschoolers Embrace Evolution

More Christian parents are asking for mainstream science in their children’s curricula. Will religious textbook companies deliver?
Read more. [Image: Kate Mitchell Hisey]

Old Earth, Young Minds: Evangelical Homeschoolers Embrace Evolution

More Christian parents are asking for mainstream science in their children’s curricula. Will religious textbook companies deliver?

Read more. [Image: Kate Mitchell Hisey]

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    This is actually a really nice article. Albeit I don’t believe that creationism and evolution can ever truly go hand in...
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    "We want our children to be educated, not sheltered from things we are afraid of them learning." "I believe that the...
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    *gasp* (Sadly, not most of the homeschoolers I have online)
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    Warms my heart
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    Century Kid Stuff:
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    Nice to see just a little less ignorance in the world. And I like to think that the eight-year old girl on the left is...
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