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Regaining Intellectual Superiority Though Home Education – Free Gift

by Rose Weiner

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Regaining Intellectual Superiority Though Home Education – Free Gift

Regaining Intellectual Superiority through Home Education:

Education is not about being led into someone’s classroom, and it is certainly not about the memorization of facts. It is more than gaining a knowledge. Education as our Founders envisioned it was defined by Noah Webster who was the author of all of America’s first schoolbooks as well as the author of the first Dictionary of American English in 1828. In Webster’s dictionary, every word is defined using the Bible as its base.

Noah Webster was one of our Founding Fathers, and he defines education as our Founders understood it. He defines education as ”all that series of instruction and discipline which is intended to enlighten the understanding, correct the temper, and form the manners and habits of youth, and fit them for usefulness in their future stations.”

In this book, you will find out what our Founders’ definition of study was, and what it means to be a creative thinker. It is important to know this because our Founders were Renaissance men and creative thinkers, and they designed a form of government that had never been seen before on the face of the earth — a nation of free, self-governing men and women, without king, or dictator

Our Founders had very little formal education. They were for the most part self educated. They pursued what they loved and where their interests led them. For example, Benjamin Franklin had only 3 years of formal education, yet his life’s work was powerful and very formative in early America and the world.

Progressive educators have spent 100 years trying to debunk the character of our Founders. They portray Benjamin Franklin as a heathen and at best as a Diest. He was a Diest for a few years, but throughly rejected Deism and returned to his strong Puritan and Quaker foundations. He named George Whitefield, fiery evangelist of the First Great Awakening, as his dearest friend. A person is known by the friends that he keeps. That Whitefield was his best friend says a lot about Franklin’s spirituality. Certainly he was not a Deist as Progressive Marxist educators what you to think.

Free to pursue his own interests, Franklin was a statesman, an inventor, a public servant, a businessman, a printer and publisher, a scientist, an agriculturalist, promoted religion. He was in the military, was a philosopher, an oceanographer, an abolitionist, a salesman, a humorist, a traveler, a fund raiser, a cartoonist, a mentor, a philanthropist, an educator, an author and journalist, and banker. He didn’t just dabble in these fields, His major accomplishments advanced these fields and pushed these fields forward to be a greater blessing to the world.

Unfortunately, the American experiment in education was disrupted at the end of the 19th century and the German method of education, which was designed to make people subservient to the state, was instituted in its place. A few years later, the progressive Marxist vision became a pox on the public schools. Their design was to divorce our nation from God and the Bible — as a result everything God calls unholy was put in its place in the name of liberty. This didn’t happen overnight, but by the last decade of the 20th century, these had worked their plan which has led us to where we are today.

Through Home Education we have the opportunity to throw off the chains of slavery that have been forged for us and our children and reclaim education for the glory of God and the advancement of His blessing and His kingdom in the earth.

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