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July 7, 2006

Entrepreneurism as an alternative to the ravages of secular culture

Filed under: cultural values, education reporting, Homeschooling, Religious Right — texased @ 10:37 am

WorldNetDaily: Homeschool entrepreneurism catches fire:

With homeschooled children in the U.S. now numbering in the millions, most of them being raised in a Christian worldview, what happens when all these students reach their teen years?Many go to college – despite the fact that higher education is increasingly steeped in leftist indoctrination and sexual obsession – toughing it out in an unfriendly environment in hopes of becoming prepared for the adult world of work and career. Some try to avoid the ravages of secular culture by attending a Christian college.

Will someone please tell me what the intro paragraphs have to do with teaching entrepeneurism? The rest of the article doesn’t even quote Rhea Perry as this being an acceptable alternative to the secular world. Probably has something to do with using ebay as an introduction to business. Or maybe she only gives her conferences only to certified Christians, but the article doesn’t say that either.

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