Purpose of Public Education
“Social control” was the stated objective of the General Education Board (GEB), an institution created by John D. Rockefeller in 1902 that developed and promoted various radical schemes to reconfigure American society through the public school system.
“Education is a weapon, whose effect depends on who holds it in his hands and at whom it is aimed.” Joseph Stalin
- “Throughout history, rulers and court intellectuals have aspired to use the educational system to shape their nations. The model was set out by Plato in The Republic and was constructed most faithfully in Soviet Russia, Fascist Italy, and Nazi Germany…”
- “One can see how irresistible a vehicle the schools would be to any social engineer. They represent a unique opportunity to mold future citizens early in life, to instill in them the proper reverence for the ruling culture, and to prepare them to be obedient and obeisant taxpayers and soldiers.”
“The education of all children, from the moment that they can get along without a mother's care, shall be in state institutions at state expense.” Karl Marx, The Communist Manifesto
State of financed education is socialism. It is the instrument of a covetous society.
- “By the early twentieth century, the school in fact had expanded its functions into areas not dreamed of in the early part of the previous century.... The school [became] a central social agency in urban America. The one theme that ran through all these new school programs was the desire to maintain discipline and order in urban life. Within this framework, the school became a major agency for social control.”
- “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” Vladimir Lenin
- “A small number of very passionate American ideological leaders visited Prussia in the first half of the 19th century; fell in love with the order, obedience, and efficiency of its education system; and campaigned relentlessly there after to bring the Prussian vision to these shores.”
These American public school advocates “imported three major ideas ... the purpose of state schooling was not intellectual training but the conditioning of children ‘to obedience, subordination, and collective life.’… Second, whole ideas were broken into fragmented ‘subjects’ and school days were divided into fixed periods ‘so that self-motivation to learn would be muted by ceaseless interruptions.’ Third, the state was posited as the true parents of the children”
- "The state will take youth and will give to youth its own education and its own upbringing. Your child already belongs to us... What are you?" - Adolf Hitler
This idea that the children belong to the state rather than the family is the goal of all tyrants. That spirit still dwells in Europe and has invaded the thinking of modern America. Exercising the primary right to educate your children is essential to maintaining liberty and most of the natural rights of the people.
Members of communities do not have to make the choice to help their neighbor, or to sacrifice for their neighbor's welfare. There is a government bureaucrat or program that will do these things for them. The right to not exercise personal choice is a decrease in freedom.
Most Americans were not educated in public schools until after the early part of the 20th century.
Most education was privately funded for centuries. These are all relatively new changes but with them are coming structural changes in society itself. Those changes are as much a part of the environment of society as the mountains and winter winds.
When your parents taught you and your neighbor came to your aid there was a natural bonding in families, communities and society as a whole. Honor, loyalty and charity flowed in society. No one bonds with a bureaucrat and if they do it will not be as deep because he is just doing his job. In fact dependence upon an institution neglects the formation of natural social bonds and the nurturing of Social Virtues within a society.
Loving your neighbor was essential to survival of your community and the health of a free society. Early settlers in America had learned that lesson. With the change in society to a dependence upon the state there is a change in the members of society. The new purpose of living for the state allows the old purpose of being a free soul under God to perish.
- "Now therefore hearken, O Israel, unto the statutes and unto the judgments, which I teach you, for to do [them], that ye may live, and go in and possess the land which the LORD God of your fathers giveth you....Deuteronomy 4:9 Only take heed to thyself, and keep thy soul diligently, lest thou forget the things which thine eyes have seen, and lest they depart from thy heart all the days of thy life: but teach them thy sons, and thy sons’ sons;" Deuteronomy 4:1...9
Are the changes to subtle to see?
Or are we humble enough to see them if the evidence is presented?
Homeschooling compared to public schooling test scores
America had the highest literacy rate in the world before the increase of public education According to a study conducted by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults, or 14 percent of the population, in the U.S. can't read. It showed that 19 percent of high school graduates can't read.
As of 2011, America was the only free-market OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) country where the current generation was less educated than the previous one.
Parents are suddenly worried about Common Core dumbing down their children with a new experimental educational system when the entire modern educational system has been an experiment of failure and they along with their children are already dumbed down.
The discovery of a 1912 Eighth Grade examination in Bullitt County Kentucky that few modern Eighth Grade students could pass should have sent shock waves of change through the schools of America. But no one seems to know what to do nor are they willing to do it. Like sheep they bleat their complaints and wait for others to fix the problem.
I noticed long before that 1912 test was discovered that there was a difference in the books over time. Vocabulary in higher grades of the 1980’s was previously required in a much lower grade in the 1940’s or 20’s. Math skills in the 5th grade in the 40’s were equal or superior to what was required of the 8th grade student in the 1980’s. And the earlier problems were more pragmatic. Probably the most alarming change was that the content of the history books was changing.
- Read not to contradict and confute, nor to believe and take for granted, but to weigh and consider… Histories make men Wise.
According to Gwen Dewar, Ph.D. the Eric Rudner analysis of 20,000 student test scores found American homeschooled to be “exceptionally high". The "median scores were typically in the 70th to 80th percentile” (Rudner 1999) and "structured homeschooling may offer opportunities for academic performance beyond those typically experienced in public school."
The home-educated children often score 30 percentile points above public-school students on standardized academic achievement tests regardless of their parents’ level of formal education or family income. By that logic statistics indicate if you want your children to know 30% less send them to public school.
Home-educated children also score above average on colleges admission tests and are increasingly being actively recruited by colleges and 25% more likely to attend college than their parents. So again scientifically obtained statistics point to the best way to prepare your children for college is to educate them at home.
"The students were also compared on the Piers Harris Children’s Self Concept Scale and homeschooled students scored significantly higher, indicating that homeschooled students do not struggle with socialization skills, as typically classified as s tudents with social deprivation." 
"The same study also revealed that the longer students attend public schools the lower their test score were on standardized test. This is the opposite of the homeschooled student." 
That study also asked the question "Why is homeschooling so successful?" While it concludes there may be many reasons the emotional connection of the parents "to their children with a good understanding of who they are as individuals and students" was listed as a major factor. Even though the homeschooled individual is more tightly bonded with their own family which contributes to the long term success in their own marital relationship as they continue in life they are also far more involved in community organizations than their public school counter parts.
"What about socialization?"
This question has sparked numerous studies that show excellent results for young people educated at home. Dr. Raymond Moore, author of over 60 books and articles on human development states in his book, The Hurried Child, "The idea that children need to be around many other youngsters in order to be 'socialized,' is perhaps the most dangerous and extravagant myth in education and child rearing today."
"After analyzing over 8,000 early childhood studies, Dr. Moore concluded that, contrary to popular belief, children are best socialized by parents – not other children." Homeschooled children "demonstrated fewer behavioral problems." Dr. Patricia Lines of the Discovery Institute, a Seattle-based think-tank, "describes several controlled studies comparing the social skills of homeschoolers and nonhomeschoolers." "There is no basis to question the social development of homeschooled children." 
According to studies by Dr. Taylor (1986), Dr. Montgomery (1989), Dr. Johnson (1991), and Dr. Shyers (1992) home educators carefully address the socialization needs of their children in every area studied. The home schooled are as well adjusted socially as their institutionalized counterparts, however, they are less peer dependent than the private school students (Delahooke, 1986). The home educated have significantly higher self concepts than those in public schools and have significantly lower problem behavior scores than conventional students.
Dr. Gary Knowles, of the University of Michigan, interviewed adults who were home educated. None were unemployed, none were on welfare, 94% said home education prepared them to be independent, 79% said it helped them interact with individuals from different levels of society, and they strongly supported the home education method.
In Oregon in 1997 alone, it appeared that homeschooling had a savings to the taxpayers of $61 million per year.
And commendably the average homeschooling family has no covetous desire for access to tax-funded resources. Their children are learning well, they do not need or want more state regulation and will strongly oppose it.
Patricia Lines of the U.S. Dept. of Education concluded that home education families “have not turned their backs on the broader social contract as understood at the time of the Founding [of America]. [They are] asserting their historic individual rights so that they may form more meaningful bonds with family and community. In doing so, they are not abdicating from the American agreement. To the contrary, they are affirming it.”
Why should parents turn their child over to public schools now that the facts are in? Children taught at home get a better academic education, they are well adjusted socially with significantly higher positive self-concepts about themselves and perform as well or better in college academic preparedness.
“And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.” De. 6:7
If extensive studies now available comparing long range results between Public schools and Homeschooling show that if you choose to teach your children at home they will have 30% higher scores in academics, higher levels of moral and social adaptability and fewer behavioral problems, manifesting more independence and self motivation in later life, less likely to be divorced, on welfare or in jail... then we should ask why are you sending your children to Public schools?
You can ask yourself who would not want more intelligent, moral, independent, self motivated people populating their society?
“Parents give up their rights when they drop the children off at public school.” -- Melinda Harmon, Federal Judge, 1996
If a parent wants to give up the right to their children, become less attached to their children, guarantee that their children know 30% less than they are capable of learning, have more behavior problems, and become less socially involved all they have to do is send the children God gave them to public school.
Because many people have accepted the lie that the public education is a good thing and the best choice for their children they resist the right of other parents who choose to home educate their own children. Driven by guilt, pride and self righteousness they refuse to see the writing on the wall.
Do we need to rethink our approach to education of our young members of society?
Are we willing to examine the whole truth about public education and the fact that society may have made a devastating mistake which we will not soon or easily recover?
“Strange times are these in which we live when old and young are taught falsehoods in school. And the one man that dares to tell the truth is called at once a lunatic and fool.” Plato
We need to awaken and peel back the deception of “world” which has been pulled over our eyes. We need to realize that we have become human resources in a more complete and devastating bondage than Moses redeemed us from in Egypt, more insidious than that which Jesus redeemed us from in the days of Rome.
“Augustus was sensible that mankind is governed by names; nor was he deceived in his expectation, that the senate and people would submit to slavery, provided they were respectfully assured that they still enjoyed their ancient freedom.” 
The reason education is so important in the rearing of children is because, “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be”.
The reason you should take back that responsibility is because that is the only righteous way to educate your children and because God wants it that way.
- The trouble with people isn’t their ignorance—it’s the number of things they know that just ain’t so. Mark Twain
The more I began to read the actual record of History at its source the more I realized that the truth is not being taught. As I compared the more modern history books with older curriculum I realized that they had gone from basic omission to outright lies.
The most unsettling thing was that there seemed to be both a method and a pattern to the distortions of our history.
- History is the torch that is meant to illuminate the past, to guard us against the repetition of our mistakes of other days. We cannot join in the rewriting of history to make it conform to our comfort and convenience.
To control the people it is essential to keep them ignorant. The best way to keep people ignorant is to give them a degree of knowledge as if it were the whole truth. Pile upon their minds and thoughts a mass of education but leave out those aspects of reality that would give them a grasp of the whole truth. It is a brave new world we live in today. 1984 came and passed us by and we didn’t even notice. Now we are trapped in a mental matrix of lies and half truths, a labyrinth built with bricks of prevarication but mortared together with our own pride.
- To tell deliberate lies while genuinely believing in them, to forget any fact that has become inconvenient, and then, when it becomes necessary again, to draw it back from oblivion for just so long as it is needed… systematically undermines the solidarity of the family… Orwell, George, Nineteen Eighty-Four.
- Our schools have been scientifically designed to prevent over-education from happening.
Would we notice the changes? “An ignorant people are easily betrayed, and a wicked people can never be ruled by the mild influence of their own laws.”
- The Matrix is everywhere… It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth.
- And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. John 8:32
Pilate asked Jesus, “What is truth?” The truth is we are slaves to our own pride which keeps us from seeing that we do not already know the truth. No one can be told what the truth is unless he is willing to believe that he does not already know truth. Humility is key.
People may accept a lie but to deceive the whole world is something the Christian community has been forewarned of and should be forearmed. But are Christians really Christian? Deception can still take place as it did in the times that Jesus preached and walked among us. How could such deception take place and be so universal in its scope?
When men first began to publish Bibles in large numbers and the common man began to read and study their religious history there was a reaction to the this newly acquired knowledge. The people were not as easily controlled when they began to think for themselves.
It was quickly realized that printing was here to stay. The book burning that had accompanied the inquisitions and persecutions of anyone who questioned the exercising authority of the princes or pontiffs of the “world” was no longer a practical alternative. A new plan was devised. If you can’t beat them join them and subvert the truth.
The best way to stop reform and protest is to join it and alter its natural course. It was suggested to fight knowledge with more knowledge. The motivation for this plan was not to discover or impart the truth but to maintain power, authority and control over man's mind.
- Jesus said unto them, If ye were blind, ye should have no sin: but now ye say, We see; therefore your sin remaineth. John 9:41
It is a masterful plan which relies heavily on the vanity of the individual, ensuring that they have a degree of knowledge. Once men believe they see the truth they may remain more comfortable within the bondage of a lie, even defend it, against reason, to the death.
- The most controversial issues of the twenty-first century will pertain to the ends and means of modifying human behavior and who shall determine them. The first educational question will not be "what knowledge is of the most worth?" but "what kinds of human beings do we wish to produce?" The possibilities virtually defy our imagination.
There is no more powerful stimulus package than the arrival of your own children. Every child is a primal stimulus package inserted into the life of a family which is the core element of society.
But Public Education is Free.
Public schools are not free. In fact they may be the most expensive endeavor and social experiment in the history of mankind.
Public Education is social welfare and that undermines both the natural family and the community by fundamentally eroding the the moral character of society.
Homeschooling, which is being outlawed in many countries even though home education, according to recent collected statistics produces more socially aware individual with less behavior problems who are more likely to be a success and far less likely to depend on state welfare.
Socialism and "free" benefits including "free" education is a completely different environment and should be expected to alter the nature of their society.
Public Education is the product of Socialism which is the coveting of what your neighbor has or can produce for your own benefit. Such Covetous Practices will make you Merchandise and your curse your children because it is not The Way of God.
In fact the price you may pay may be far greater than what will show up on public expense ledgers and the national debt. Free education like the free Bread and circuses of Rome include the socialist idea that you can force your neighbor to pay for what you want and think you should have through the power of governments to exercise authority over your neighbor. All public education is a product of the ideals and philosophy of socialism.
The purpose of tax supported education is to force someone else to pay for what you want to have for free. Public education is socialism and
- “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” Winston Churchill
Fred Gates defined the GEB’s intent when he said: “In our dreams, we have limitless resources, and the people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hand. The present educational conventions fade from our minds; and, unhampered by tradition, we work our own good will upon a grateful and responsive rural folk.”
“A lie told often enough becomes the truth.” Lenin
- “We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth… For my part, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst; and to provide for it.”
“There is nothing so powerful as truth, and often nothing so strange.” Daniel Webster The word educate is defined "give intellectual, moral, and social instruction to (someone, especially a child), typically at a school or university."
But is that what they are given?
The truth is home education is not only natural but produces a better outcome on almost every level of mental, emotional and social levels. Public education is an inferior method of education and no amount of money will change that. By its nature it is defective. But it does have an effect. It allows others to influence the thinking of those who are educated.
“The process [of mass-media deception] has to be conscious, or it would not be carried out with sufficient precision, but it also has to be unconscious, or it would bring with it a feeling of falsity and hence of guilt.... To tell deliberate lies while genuinely believing in them, to forget any fact that has become inconvenient, and then, when it becomes necessary again, to draw it back from oblivion for just so long as it is needed, to deny the existence of objective reality and all the while to take account of the reality which one denies all this is indispensably necessary.” 
- What deliberate lies?
- What facts are forgotten?
What is truth and what is the lie? What has been removed and what has been supplanted? How does one find the truth of our History and where can we learn what has been hidden? We cannot fix a problem unless we admit there is one.
“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary Act.”
- “For 140 years this nation has tried to impose objectives downward from a lofty command center made up of ‘experts,’ a central elite of social engineers, It hasn’t worked. It won’t work.... It doesn’t work because its fundamental premises are mechanical, antihuman, and hostile to family life. Lives can be controlled by machine education but they will always fight back with weapons of social pathology: drugs, violence, self-destruction, indifference, and the symptoms I see in the children I teach… It destroys communities by relegating the training of children to the hands of certified experts - and by doing so it ensures our children cannot grow up fully human” becoming instead mindless automatons programmed by the state’s change agents.
Rather than instilling in youngsters an appreciation for individual liberty, the system has brought to life “the ancient pharaonic dream of Egypt: compulsory subordination for all… Schools teach exactly what they are intended to teach and they do it well: how to be a good Egyptian and remain in your place in the pyramid.” “It is a great triumph of compulsory government monopoly mass-schooling that among even the best of my fellow teachers, and among even the best of my students’ parents, only a small number can imagine a different way to do things,” laments John Taylor Gatto.To restore sanity to American education, to rescue the embattled family, and to preserve and perpetuate individual freedom, “a different way to do things” must be found.
Like Aladdin and the magician who gave new lamps for old we have exchange the truth of history for the fables of liars and we have become ignorant of our own heritage, awakening to find our blessing swept away in the night as we slumbered.
With this new learning came new ideas, “As long as the child breathes the poisoned air of nationalism, education in world-mindedness can produce only precarious results. As we have pointed out, it is frequently the family that infects the child with extreme nationalism. The school should therefore use the means described earlier to combat family attitudes that favor jingoism.”
“Regardless of motives, the people who foisted state education on us have committed a grave offense.... Using a variety of strategies, we must reclaim the right to raise our children and to help them educate themselves. In a fundamental sense, that is the American way,” contends Sheldon Richman. “The future of education, and of America as a free society, depends on the liberation of the American family from the grip of the public school,” There is no more important task, Richman concludes, than to build “a wall of separation between school and state” and restore a system of “family-based learning” in which children can develop their God- given abilities as free individuals.
The idea of mass institutionalized education is a modern phenomena. It has been a social experiment the result of which will be judged in the century to come. We live today in a time of decision. We must consider the viability, practicality and wisdom of education in institutions.
God created the family and education was the right and responsibility of the family as a unit. Today, the system of institutional education is often blamed for all the social ills of society. But is this fair? Is it the responsibility of schools to accomplish a job that was once the exclusive realm of the parents and the family?
Some of the top professional educators and psychologists believe the problem is not simply with the efforts of teachers and administrations. The problem is that institutional education is fundamentally flawed. In order to educate children en mass one must set aside the natural parameters of child development. Institutional education abandons by its macrocosm the natural environment of child development and there is no way to restore what is lost with even the best efforts of professional educators, more money or advanced study programs.
Parents have neglected their God given rights and responsibilities by turning their children over to institutions. “[T]he moral strength of a nation is only as strong as the moral strength of its individuals.” Individuals are a product of the family.
- “If we want better people to make a better world, then we will have to begin where people are made --- in the family.”
The modern family unit struggles as it has for centuries to grow and develop. Parents raise their children according to the standards they themselves have been taught or have come to believe is best for their family. In the last century families have undergone an ever increasing degeneration and disintegration. Divorced, broken and single parent homes have been linked with an increase in under achievement, antisocial behavior, suicide and violence.
“Behold, this was the iniquity of thy sister Sodom, pride, fulness of bread, and abundance of idleness was in her and in her daughters, neither did she strengthen the hand of the poor and needy.” Ez 16:49
The sin of Sodom and Gomorrah was in part that they did not strengthen the poor. “The poor” were not merely poor financially but also poor in virtue and strength. Virtues like faith, hope and charity, patience, love and understanding are the strength of the character of mankind. Public education is welfare and it weakens the poor.
“Only take heed to thyself, and keep thy soul diligently, lest thou forget the things which thine eyes have seen, and lest they depart from thy heart all the days of thy life: but teach them thy sons, and thy sons’ sons;” De 4:9
- “There is no school equal to a decent home and no teacher equal to a virtuous parent.” Gandhi
Home teaching may have been a freedom enjoyed by us but it may not be by our children because many believe that, “Fundamental, Bible believing people do not have the right to indoctrinate their children in their religious beliefs, because we, the state, are preparing them for the year 2000, when America will be part of a one-world global society and their children will not fit in.”
We are at war with unrighteousness.
- “And, ye fathers, … bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.” Ephesians 6:4
Homeschooling children has become a modern phenomena that is overturning faith in institution. There was1.5 million children being home taught, a figure that is expected to double by 2010. The Home School growth rate is from 7% to 15% per year.
Why are children coming home? What is the results of this massive return to home teaching of our youth?
“Parents and families are the first and most important teachers. If families teach a love of learning, it can make all the difference in the world to our children.” Richard Riley, U.S. Secretary of Education
One of the first and foremost reasons for homeschooling is the desire of concerned parents to teach deeply held beliefs and values to their children. Many values, beliefs and principles passed down through the ages are now banned from public schools. Although children may be exposed to these principles in other ways the bulk of their learning and educational experience is devoid of these precepts. Contradictory values and messages are being subtly brought into the minds of children. What was once shockingly intolerable or even unheard of in education is now common place and even promoted.
Close family relationships are maintained in the daily activity of teaching your children at home. These bonds and the self sacrifice found in homeschooling send a positive message of love. While, sending your children to others to obtain an education is consigning a psychological message to the child that the parent is less than adequate.
If parents want the best for their children they should begin to look at homeschooling as a viable option. Based on the evidence from a series of studies that have critically scrutinized homeschooling for decades, institutional education appears inadequate for good intellectual, psychological and emotional development of children.
“Another merit of home is that it preserves the diversity between individuals. If we were all alike, it might be convenient for the bureaucrat and the statistician, but it would be very dull, and would lead to a very unprogressive society.” - Bertrand Russell.
On average children who are home schooled score 30% higher in all subjects and also score higher than private school children. Some believe that the high scores by home taught individuals is due to the education of their parents. Although it is true many professional teachers do home school their own their children they did not score higher than low income or average middle class parents.
Dr. Steven Duvall (1994) compared the Academic Engaged Time (AET [p. 11]) and basic skill development of learning disabled students who were home educated to those in public school special education programs. Higher rates of AET and greater academic gains were made by the home educated. “… parents, even without special education training, provided powerful instructional environments at home…”
Dr. Rhonda Galloway found that the home educated performed as well or better than public school or conventional Christian school students when examined and compared for college academic preparedness and college academic achievement.
Now you know the truth, the facts. Based on these statistics and extensive studies Children educated in public school:
- Will know less than home taught children,
- They will have less morals,
- They will be less socially involved with the community, and
- They will be more likely to depend on government aid.
- The most important and valuable thing about home education is that it makes a parent more apparent in their child's life.
The Church should be setting the people free by assisting them in the Health, Education and Welfare. We also shared a story about The Church chained in Nebraska and what Dr. Everett (Sileven) Ramsey discovered the hard way.
Dr. Everett (Sileven) Ramsey became an advocate of education without Public schools and wrote about Government Public Schools and Why Christians Can't Use Them and tells why he thinks "Government-Run “Public Schools”, A Smashing Success, From Satan’s Perspective".
Of course many have talked about the same thing for almost a century like Paul Harvey's If I were the devil. It all comes down to who is your Father and your Covetous Practices which have cursed your children.
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His Holy Church is Dedicated to the service of the Lord.
His Holy Church is composed of men and women of all ages, from all nations and races who are gathered together and have dedicated their lives and conformed themselves to The Way and character of Christ.
They are formed by their free communion of Pure Religion in a religious society bound by love and service and founded and established by Jesus Christ, to receive, preserve, and propagate His precepts, doctrines and ordinances.
Beyond the boundaries of all nations, by their love for God, through Christ the King, they create a free body or community of Christians, united under one form of government by the profession of one faith, and the observance of the same rituals and ceremonies.
Their rituals include practical service and sacrifice in charity and love which draws the individual to the Kingdom of God, strengthen the family and individual relationships with the righteousness of God.
Their ceremonies are seen in the performance of their mutual duty in a Daily ministration of hope and charity. The recording of the affairs of the people, for the people including recording and recognition of notable events of life, including but not limited to birth, rebirths, adoptions, marriages and deaths. But the duties of His Holy Church to "feed His sheep" also include the training of disciples, the operations of the Church, including letters or documents of witness, recognition, identification, and the celebration and service to the people.
This edification of the faithful is established in charitable service through a Living Network of volunteers who care about each other, their rights, life and liberty as much as they care about their own as free souls under God in His kingdom in common service to all.
The ministers of the church network do not make any claim of being the sole church denomination of Christ nor the keepers of the only truth. We do not even claim to be another church denomination. We believe that Christ is the common denominator of His Holy Church. We are individuals who are seeking to walk together like the early Church did in what was called originally "The Way". We only strive to be His Holy Church.
Certainly, ministers appointed by Christ were not to be "of the world" and so they did not choose to pray to the Fathers of the earth and the benefactors who exercise authority. They sought to provide a daily ministration locally and abroad through ministers of His Church who were seeking to conform to the commands of Christ.
Early Christians gathered in a network of small companies or congregations or what might be called home churches today. They were linked together in charity and love by a network of ministers of the Holy Church appointed by Christ. That Church can be described as His Holy Church. His Called out or His Church was appointed to help the people freely assemble and seek The Way to salvation through Christ.
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To read more go to "His Holy Church" (HHC) http://www.hisholychurch.org/== Footnotes ==
- Sheldon Richman in his book Separating School and State.
- Educational historian Joel Spring
- Award-winning teacher and educational commentator John T. Gatto.
- Sheldon Richman in his book Separating School and State.
- Francis Bacon
- HOME SCHOOLED VS. PUBLIC SCHOOLED SPECIFIC DIFFERENCES IN THE EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES OF THOSE STUDENTS WHO ARE HOME SCHOOLED VS. STUDENTS IN A TRADITIONAL SCHOOL SETTING by Kathi Moreau
- Page 20 [http://www.nmu.edu/education/sites/DrupalEducation/files/UserFiles/Moreau_Kathi_MP.pdf ibidem
- Page 28 [http://www.nmu.edu/education/sites/DrupalEducation/files/UserFiles/Moreau_Kathi_MP.pdf ibidem
- Read more on Family Education: http://school.familyeducation.com/home-schooling/educational-philosophy/26456.html#ixzz3cYcrdqLm
- 25Brian D. Ray, 1997
- 7Decline and fall of the Roman Empire Chapter 3
- Thomas Jefferson
- Claude G. Bowers, The U.S. and the Spanish Civil War
- William T. Harris, 1899 U.S. Commissioner of Education 1889-1906
- Stansbury, 1828.
- Morpheus in the movie "The Matrix."
- Professor John Goodlad Researcher and chief movers in American education during the last half of the 20th century. 1969
- GEB Chairman Frederick Gates.
- Patrick Henry
- George Orwell in the book 1984
- George Orwell
- John Taylor Gatto New York State Teacher of the Year and Homeschooling advocate, lecturer and filmmaker.
- John T. Gatto, Teacher of the Year, to the N. Y. State Senate, 1991
- William Benton, Ass. U.S. Sec. of State, at a UNESCO meeting, 1946:
- Eric Sloane
- 20Braud’s 2nd Enc. by J.M Braud.
- Peter Hoagland, Nebraska State Senator and Humanist said in 1983:
- J. Gary Knowles 1991