I don't think the case for homeschooling is made very effectively in the video above from this website. For one thing, did you see the argument that somehow because a child may be in public education many more hours per week than in Sunday School, that the odds of the child becoming a strong Christian are absolutely terribly low? Last I checked, I serve a god who can do all things. Now, that doesn't mean that I'm going to send my kid to the local Wiccan private school (how many of those are there?), help him with his spell-casting homework and assume that he's going to do great things for God. I'm convinced that what is being taught in public education is not always the most godly and edifying, and since I have a few brain cells, I can figure that out without someone trying to scare me with images of Columbine and Nazi Germany. I think homeschooling is wonderful. I think you ought to try it if you're even remotely inclined. Tell your kids they'll never have to go to school again if it works out, if you can get X amount of work done per year and be a team. See what they think. But... I just can't see myself throwing up the ol' pic of Adolf Hitler saluting everybody in the background while I talk to you about that. But maybe I'm being too harsh. Your opinion?