What the world needs now are men, strong men. We live in an egalitarian age precisely because we live in an age of men who are weak, cowardly, men without chests. Our only hope, as always, is that we would repent and believe the gospel. Our Lord calls us to completion, to be men in full. This conversation among men will, we pray, not merely diagnose and bemoan the problem, but will encourage men to be men, to stand up in the name of Jesus, while others all around them fall.
In this conversation we consider what homeschooling is, or more importantly, what it should be. Jesus says that we are to render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar’s and to God the things that are God’s. Why then do so many Christians render to Caesar their children, who bear God’s image? This conversation looks at home education as the calling of God on parents to teach their children the very stuff of life, the glory and grace of our God, and to do so in the context of our lives, testimonies to the glory and grace of our God, encouraging us to speak of these things when we lie down, and when we rise up.