Is it a sin to send our kids to public school?
By David d’Escoto
A slew of research shows that America is losing the conservative Christian youth in massive droves. These studies show a generation being increasingly won over to a socialistic/secular-humanistic worldview in spite of the American church increasing their apologetic courses, children’s programs, youth rallies and books and sermon series on child training.
What is happening? Could it be that we are doing something wrong? I would make the case that we are blatantly sinning in sending our kids to places that are, in fact, causing them to fall away. Let me lay out the case in three simple points.
1. Does the Bible make it clear that causing another to “stumble or fall away” in their faith-walk is wrong – a sin?
2. Is there any convincing evidence that a secular-humanistic public education is causing kids to stumble and fall away from the church?
Is there any other evidence that indirectly substantiates all of the above research?
Are children being negatively affected in other ways in these God-forsaken schools?
3. What has been the response from the conservatives, Christian leaders and the church?
To find the answers to these questions go to: http://www.wnd.com/index.php?pageId=102269
So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin. (James 4:17)
David d’Escoto is a teaching elder, the co-author of “The Little Book of Big Reasons to Homeschool” and co-hosted the former radio program “Homeschooling for Life.” He and his wife, Kim, have homeschooled their five children for over 10 years. For info on their free webinars, subscribe at their website.