Re: Home School Science Curriculum

John Neal (
Sat, 8 May 1999 02:13:40 -0400

Woe to you. It were better for you and your wife that a millstone be hanged
around your necks and you both thrown into the sea. There can be no
"Theocentric non-YEC science." You dismiss the "Theocentricity" as soon as
you dismiss YEC. Your adoption of the perversions of man will haunt you in
hell one day. You must repent and cease from teaching the filthy errors of
man and hold fast to the truth. And that is for all mankind, all of us. We
are not permitted to teach error and filthy deceit. We are commanded to
repent and follow our God's holy ways. Woe to you and all you mockers
reading this. Your insubordination is not missed by THE HIGH AND LOFTY ONE
THAT INHABITETH ETERNITY. You will surely one day see that Truth has the
last word as it miserably and eternally contradicts you and your rejection
of it.
----- Original Message -----
From: Jeffrey Lee <>
To: ASA <>
Sent: Saturday, May 08, 1999 12:49 AM
Subject: Home School Science Curriculum

> Hi. My wife is just beginning homeschooling our 5 year old. She's found
> great Christian curriculum that is really effective for teaching him. The
> one problem is that the science portion is distinctly YEC, which is not
> we wish to teach him. Granted, at this stage, he's only learning really
> basic stuff and we could modify the curriculum on the fly, but we'd like
> replace that portion so that we have a program in place for the next
> years. At any rate, I'm interested in any links, resources, curriculum,
> sage advice regarding how to teach Theocentric non-YEC science. TIA.
> --
> Jeff Lee
> Carlsbad, California
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