Dr. Glen Schultz
I have heard many reasons why Christian parents choose to send their children to secular schools. Most of these reasons are logical from a human perspective. However, human reasoning cannot be the basis for how parents educate their children and youth.
I received an email from a parent seeking my advice: “I want them to experience and get exposed to the public school while they are still at home under my care. That way, I can talk to them and help them through all of the issues they will face in a public school. Once they go off to college, I won’t be there to help them with this.”
How can we respond biblically to parents who sincerely believe it is best for their children to attend a secular school?