In this issue . . .
A: In an internationally watched court case that could determine whether German homeschoolers will be granted asylum or deported by the American government, the Romeike family had its asylum petition heard in a Cincinnati courtroom last Tuesday.
As far as liberty in the U.S. is concerned, attorney Michael Donnelly, director of international relations for the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), shared with AiG staff the day after the oral arguments that he found it “very troubling what the Obama Administration was arguing in court” about homeschooling. He observed that the U.S. Attorney General was supporting the German government’s assertion that homeschooling is not a parental right.
In essence, the Obama Administration was endorsing a belief that the upbringing of children really belongs to the government, not to the parents, and that governments have a right to educate children in the way they alone determine. As the Obama Administration chips away at the right of parents to homeschool their children, it is undermining the biblical admonition that children belong to the parents and that parents are responsible for the education of their children.
Learn more about the Romeike case and how the court ruling toward their family affects the religious freedom of every family in America.
Here’s a great resource for homeschoolers. Let your child take an exciting, visual journey from Earth's core to the edge of the outer atmosphere! Explore the elements that make up the soil, the sea, and the sky. Examine detailed charts and graphs about the earth's crust, caves, and clouds. Scan facts and figures on weather, mountains, and more.
Child abuse?: Are you abusing your children when you teach them that Jesus created them, loves them, died for them, and has a wonderful plan for their lives?
Zigzag evolution: Computer model uncovers the zigzag evolution of bird bipedality.
Convoluted story: Brain convolutions controlled by the same gene in mice and humans.
The lie and the collective: Startling admissions by gay activist and network commentator highlight the attack on the family.
Fish fins pair up “early”: A jawless fish from Devonian rock has paired fins where even modern fish do not.
This Week . . .
Please ask the Lord to bring many people to the Creation Museum through the new ticket outreach opportunity.
Read the latest update to stay current on other requests and praises.
Please do not reply to this email. If you need help or have a question, please visit our help area.
This message was sent to you at %%$email%% because you signed up online, at an event, or through a promotional offer of the Creation Museum or Answers in Genesis. Please add [email protected] to your address book to ensure our emails reach your inbox.
Answers in Genesis