Thursday, 10 July 2014

You will perceive that these irreligionists

You will perceive that these irreligionists are extremely narcissistic, haughty, and affected. Basically, they are going about as meager divine beings (in the same way that was recorded with the allurement in Genesis 3). They are so centered around themselves—and that what they accept is above inquiry, and bible based Christians are completely not right. Unexpectedly they call their talk session "Self-teach Abuse by Creationists," yet for all their worry about youngsters, I comprehend they support the executing of kids by premature birth. 

To get a kind of this two-hour feature talk, I urge you to at any rate watch the area from around 45 minutes to about the 1:10 imprint. The utter bigotry that they show to bible based Christians will likely stun you, yet they truly speak to today's undeniably secularized era. 

Christian self-teaching folks are unmindful and ignorant. They can educate their religious garbage at home, yet in the matter of instruction, they can't show Ken Ham's stuff to kids this can't be permitted. We are furious we are truly irate. 

This circumstance is unbearable. How set out a Christian association host Ken Ham? What's more take a gander at this self-teach bunch you can see what they are doing. They are clearly pushing Christianity at a self-teach meeting. How challenge they have Christian speakers at this gathering? Who do they think they are? 

Really, the human genome venture affirmed there is one and only race. All the quotes I use in my discussions to present the case that there is stand out race of people originate from mainstream sources! This irreligionist lady doesn't appear to comprehend that people are named one animal groups. Also for the initial 30 minutes of my against prejudice talk, I examine the component for speciation and the progressions we see in creatures with respect to hereditary variability. She is honestly insensible and befuddled, yet while she calls us logically mistaken, its her claims that are the deductively ignorant ones! 

Ponder it! She is stating that she could have kicked the bucket not knowing she was a developed creature a gorilla! I discover it so miserable that an irreligionist, who accepts she'll stop to exist one day, would be discouraged at the possibility of biting the dust not knowing she was a developed creature. 

We urge all Christians in Texas, not simply homeschoolers, to go to this self-teach gathering in the Houston territory. Furthermore we should get temples in Texas mindful of this narrow mindedness by agnostics and publically get out the statement, including cautioning the Christian media. Ministers ought to stand up about the expanding bigotry of agnostics to their gatherings. Truth be told, these feature portions ought to be utilized by ministers over this country to caution their herds about the developing prejudice being steered at Christians and after that prepare their kin to remained against these mainstream assaults. 

Three of the members in this talk are in a web syndicated program called the "Common View," which they depict as "an interweb television show facilitated by five irreligionist ladies examining everything from sex and connections to gaming and Doctor Who." They likewise state, "The five stunning sex positive ladies of Secular View characteristically examine conceptive rights or keeping a partition in the middle of chapel and state." 

Actually, watch it at your Bible study, youth gathering, home gathering, home, etc you will hear for yourself a percentage of the best pragmatic outlines of numerous entries of Scripture become full of energy all of a sudden, including Romans 1, 2 Peter 3, and numerous different sections of Scripture that allude to individuals who restrict Christians. This could be a phenomenal down to earth Bible study for you.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Unschooling and natural learning

Some people use the terms "unschooling" or "radical unschooling" to describe all methods of education that are not based in a school.

"Natural learning" refers to a type of learning-on-demand where children pursue knowledge based on their interests and parents take an active part in facilitating activities and experiences conducive to learning but do not rely heavily on textbooks or spend much time "teaching", looking instead for "learning moments" throughout their daily activities. Parents see their role as that of affirming through positive feedback and modeling the necessary skills, and the child's role as being responsible for asking and learning.

The term "unschooling" as coined by John Holt describes an approach in which parents do not authoritatively direct the child's education, but interact with the child following the child's own interests, leaving them free to explore and learn as their interests lead. "Unschooling" does not indicate that the child is not being educated, but that the child is not being "schooled", or educated in a rigid school-type manner.

Holt asserted that children learn through the experiences of life, and he encouraged parents to live their lives with their child. Also known as interest-led or child-led learning, unschooling attempts to follow opportunities as they arise in real life, through which a child will learn without coercion. An unschooled child may utilize texts or classroom instruction, but these are not considered central to education. Holt asserted that there is no specific body of knowledge that is, or should be, required of a child.

"Unschooling" should not be confused with "deschooling," which may be used to indicate an anti-"institutional school" philosophy, or a period or form of deprogramming for children or parents who have previously been schooled.

Friday, 10 August 2012


Homeschooling or homeschool (also called home education or home based learning) is the education of children at home, typically by parents but sometimes by tutors, rather than in other formal settings of public or private school. Although prior to the introduction of compulsory school attendance laws, most childhood education occurred within the family or community, homeschooling in the modern sense is an alternative in developed countries to attending public or private schools.

Homeschooling is a legal option for parents in many countries, allowing them to provide their children with a learning environment as an alternative to public or private schools outside the home. Parents cite numerous reasons as motivations to homeschool their children. The three reasons that are selected by the majority of homeschooling parents in the United States are concern about the traditional school environment, to provide religious or moral instruction, and dissatisfaction with academic instruction at traditional public and private schools. Homeschooling may also be a factor in the choice of parenting style.

Homeschooling can be an option for families living in isolated rural locations, living temporarily abroad, and to allow for more traveling; also many young athletes and actors are taught at home. Homeschooling can be about mentorship and apprenticeship, where a tutor or teacher is with the child for many years and then knows the child very well.

Homeschooling can be used as a form of supplementary education, a way of helping children learn, in specific circumstances. For instance, children that attend downgraded schools can greatly benefit from homeschooling ways of learning, using the immediacy and low cost of the internet. As a synonym to e-learning,

homeschooling can be combined with traditional education and lead to better and more complete results.
Homeschooling may also refer to instruction in the home under the supervision of correspondence schools or umbrella schools. In some places, an approved curriculum is legally required if children are to be home-schooled. A curriculum-free philosophy of homeschooling may be called unschooling, a term coined in 1977 by American educator and author John Holt in his magazine Growing Without Schooling. In some cases a liberal arts education is provided using the trivium and quadrivium as the main model.

Tuesday, 16 August 2011

Western Tanager

The Western Tanager, Piranga ludoviciana, is a medium-sized American songbird. Formerly placed in the tanager family (Thraupidae), it and other members of its genus are now classified in the cardinal family (Cardinalidae).

The species's plumage and vocalizations are similar to other members of the cardinal family. Adults have pale stout pointed bills, yellow underparts and light wing bars. Adult males have a bright red face and a yellow nape, shoulder, and rump, with black upper back, wings, and tail; in non-breeding plumage the head has no more than a reddish cast and the body has an olive tinge. Females have a yellow head and are olive on the back, with dark wings and tail. 

The song of disconnected short phrases suggests an American Robin's but is hoarser and rather monotonous. The call is described as "pit-er-ick". Their breeding habitat is coniferous or mixed woods across western North America from the Mexico-U.S. border as far north as southern Alaska; thus they are the northernmost-breeding tanager. 

They build a flimsy cup nest on a horizontal tree branch, usually in a conifer. They lay four bluish-green eggs with brown spots. These birds migrate, wintering from central Mexico to Costa Rica. Some also winter in southern California.