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Homeschool curricula and Christian colleges don’t always live up to their name. You have to look below the surface.
Our children should acquire an understanding of evolutionary ideas, particularly as it contrasts with a biblical creation viewpoint.
Homeschooling and the debate on origins are in the news in Australia. Secularists want students to be indoctrinated in the religion of naturalism.
For more than a year AiG has been closely following the plight of a German homeschooling family who has sought asylum in America.
Family’s desire to educate their children ends in forcible abduction of the children by the state.
The devil is always on the prowl, seeking a new way to slip into Christian homes. Could his newest method be through homeschool materials?
A recent article from Christianity Today suggests that science materials that present “all viewpoints” about origins are becoming more popular.
The Atlantic claims more and more homeschooling families embrace evolution and need books to teach it.
The opening of the season for nationwide homeschool conventions is fast approaching, and Answers in Genesis is excited to have representation at more than thirty locations this year!
Many homeschool science textbooks are from Christian authors and are designed for Christian parents and students. Is that too much for secularists to handle?
A proposed law in the UK threatens the rights of homeschooling parents and subjects them to compulsory inspection visits.
These are publishers whose presidents have affirmed in writing their personal agreement with the Tenets of Creation.