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Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview Review by Lisa Barthuly

By Israel Wayne
Wisdom's Gate
PO Box 374
Covert, MI 49043

Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview challenges us, as teachers and trainers of our children, to teach them through the "lens of Scripture"--just my cup of tea! This refreshing and supportive book focuses on the blessing of teaching our children at home and raising them up to embrace life from God's perspective, not that of the world. I love to read books that support what I am striving for in my calling from the Lord.

This paperback has more than 150 pages of Scriptural advice for parents seeking to raise Godly children and teach them from a Biblical worldview. Everything we teach, speak, and do should be examined under the microscope of what God tells us in His Word.

Chapter titles include "Keeping an Eternal Perspective," "A Biblical Education," "The Importance of Reason," "Teaching the Core Subjects," "Multiculturalism," "Socialization or Socialism," and "Developing a Family Ministry."

Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview is a gem. I can't think of any reason you would not want to read this book, unless you are deliberately choosing to raise your children to the drumbeat that this world is playing. I still would recommend it--you might find yourself convicted in a whole new direction!

Product review by Lisa Barthuly, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC, March 2007