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homeschool homeschoolers unschoolers unschool unschooler classical natural learner secular freethinker freethinking eclectic atheist peace open minded openminded thinkers ethical positive humanist Buddhist taoist zen Pagan wiccan nontheist jewish muslim nonreligious UU Unitarian Universalist inclusive agnostic liberal


"a person who forms opinions about religion (and life decisions) on the basis of reason, independent of tradition, authority, or established belief"

What's Freethought?
Means that all ideas and beliefs are open for discussion.

What's a FreeThinking Person?

A person willing to look at both sides of an issue & make an informed decision as to what must be true for them regardless of the beliefs they started out.

By those definitions, any person could be a Freethinker, from Atheists to Christians.

You will find tolerance & respect for all beliefs. But be prepared to be questioned about them.

This is a discussion list for homeschoolers- eclectic, unschooler, natural learners, classical or whatever else fits what you do to educate your children at home.

We are all doing the same thing in the end: trying to provide the best education possible for the ones we love most.

Anything related to homeschooling is appropriate, which is life so all discussion is on topic!

Discussions of differing opinions can be done with respect & dignity. Let's keep this a positive place for interaction.

NOTE: Members who proselytize or degrade others for their beliefs repeatedly will be first moderated and then removed.

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  • Home Schooling
  • Dec 27, 2002
  • English

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