and holy crap! Jesus everywhere! The math section is safe, but EVERYTHING else seems so extremely Jesus saturated. I mean, I don't care if my kid learns about the Bible or people praying, but it's overload!
The penmanship is copying down prayers, or "learning virtues through Bible verses" and it has memory verses.
The Bible section is one of the biggest sections in the catalog.
All the children's science is "Learning about God's Creation or the days of Creation"
The English and reading have stories that "teach values, the power of prayer, missionary stories" etc. etc.
The science presents a "objective and scientific" examination of Creation vs. Evolution, and how "Creation says that life was created for a divine purpose while Evolution is an atheistic view that says life happened by chance".
Social studies and history is again with the missionary stories and focus on how the world needs Jesus.
...and on and on. I'm sure you get what I'm saying.
Is there anyone out there who isn't Evangelical Christian who homeschools? If so what do you do? I mean, Jews? Muslims? Atheists? Pagans even? Anyone? I was just kind of shocked at just how saturatedly Christian it was. Like there's not even enough opening to insert your own beliefs even if you do believe in God but just aren't Evangelical or conservative or Baptist or whatever.