A few books from this list, plus the Bible (I recommend The Founder’s Bible) and a backyard or a park, are all you need to begin your homeschooling adventure!
A child in the direst of circumstances, experiencing the darkest of childhood horrors, can learn of, and be programmed to seek, better worlds via the reading of good books.
But what is a good book? One of sacrificial love, heroic acts, and a victorious ending. One reflecting what and who we are – created in the very image of God to create new worlds, to overcome old evils, and most of all, to love forevermore. Such a book, if we’re very lucky as adults, will be full of beautiful description, and if we’re children or reading along with children (yay!) will grant us the privilege of gazing upon anointed artwork.
Escape from “reality”? Not so much as adventurous travel to a higher and more honest “reality.” That’s because a good book, perhaps especially the most amazingly fantastical of them (think Tolkein, Lewis, Rowling) draws us into and takes us along with people becoming more than…
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