according to the interview in the S/O, those involved in the Quiverfull movement most usually homeschool..as a way of guarding what their children are taught, and teaching them the 'ways' of the movement (as opposed to having them learn something else, i assume. idk.).
i see a lot of homeschoolers on CM..was just curious what your religious affiliation was, if any.
(and i know this isn't a debate, but i didn't want to bounce it into a different section, from whence it originated. although, i might get more bites from homeschoolers in a different section..hmm.)
Answer by Amaranth361 at 9:50 PM on Jun. 30, 2011
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Answer by Mom-2-3-Girlz at 6:26 PM on Jun. 30, 2011
The families I personally know who homeschool are Christian, and are more Orthodox or evangelical in their views. I don't think it's coincidence. I think those families who take a more literal view of the Bible want to protect that viewpoint by ensuring that it's taught at home. That's not to say that everyone who homeschools feels that way. Naturally, I don't know everyone who homeschools. I'm just speaking of those I do know.
Answer by jsbenkert at 6:26 PM on Jun. 30, 2011
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