This one really lays it all out. Your choices are limited, and it’s all explained by Ken Ham, (ol’ Hambo) — the ayatollah of Appalachia, the world’s holiest man who knows more about religion and science than everyone else.
This vital information is in the latest post at Answers in Genesis (AIG), Hambo’s creationist ministry. The thing is titled 11% of US Households Now Homeschooling, and it was written by Hambo himself. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis, and occasional Curmudgeonly interjections that look [like this]:
One good thing to come out of the shutdowns is that many parents have been awakened to what “secular” really means — anti-God! [Gasp!] And, as a result of that awakening, as well as various mandates and schools reopening and shutting down throughout the year, plus other factors, Census data found that 11.1% of US households with school-aged children are now homeschooling. That’s double the number from before the pandemic!
That was a powerful beginning! Then he says:
That increase means there are about 2.6 million new homeschool students across the nation. A report also found that 8.7 million children have been pulled from a government-run school and placed in a private school, which includes many Christian schools.
Interesting statistics, but what does it all mean? Hambo tells us:
It’s great that parents are waking up to the fact that being secular is not neutral — and those parents whose children remain in public school need to be well aware of that! Public (secular) schools are not neutral. [Aha!] They are not for Christ, so they are against. [Wow!] One either walks in light or darkness. There is no neutral position.
This is one of the most amazing posts we’ve ever seen — anywhere! Hambo continues:
If you’re new to homeschooling, or considering homeschooling (or you have children that need biblical worldview training), I have a few resources to share with you:
Then there are twelve paragraphs describing Hambo’s resources. We’ll give you just one as an example:
God’s Design for Science [Link omitted!] is Bible-based and Creator-centered. This curriculum will sow a love for science in your students, grades 3–8. The evidence supports the Genesis account of creation!
You can’t go wrong with stuff like that! Let’s read on:
And if you are looking for a wonderful biblical worldview (a truly Christian) school to place your children, consider our Christian school, Twelve Stones Christian Academy [Link omitted!] in Northern Kentucky. At Twelve Stones, children are taught to think critically and biblically [Ooooooooooooh!], rooted in the Word of God with academic excellence, and unlike many public schools, parents are actually informed of curricula choices!
You gotta admit, dear reader — that’s education! Here’s our last excerpt, and you’ll find it to be amazing:
Some families have moved to our area so their children can attend Twelve Stones — and also be near the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum attractions.
We didn’t exaggerate, did we? So what are you waiting for? Pull your kids out of those ghastly secular schools and go the Hambo route to education. They’ll be grateful forever — literally!
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