Recommended Resources

Seeing the Unseen: The Nature of Spiritual Warfare

The three things that must be removed before a global totalitarian government can rule the world is faith, freedom and family. This excellent article, Seeing the Unseen: The Nature of Spiritual Warfare by Greg Koukl, deals with all three, but without actually mentioning the ultimate purpose of destroying what matters most to God.

Writing Program Available for Home Educating Students

A new writing program has been developed and is now available to high school students, particularly those being home educated. It has been organized by the Alberta journalist Ted Byfield and a team of professional editors under the direction of SEARCH — the Society to Explore And Record Christian History. The aim of the program is twofold — to provide Christian young people with a sound knowledge of their history, and to build in them a formidable skill in the use of the English language.

The Christian History Series

Ted Byfield’s highly acclaimed 12-volume history of Christianity is highly recommended by Léo Gaumont.

National Home Education Research Institute

The National Home Education Research Institute is the best source for current research supporting the benefits of home education.

Standing on Guard for Thee: The Past, Present, and Future of Canada’s Christian Right

This book is Michael Wagner’s history of conservative Christian political activism in Canada.

Home Schooling: The Current Picture

Home Schooling: The Current Picture—2015 Edition is an extensive report on the state of home schooling in Canada produced by the Fraser Institute.

Accreditation and Certification

In this article R. J Rushdoony asks, “Is the state God’s appointed agency of accreditation and certification?” He answers “no,” and explains why.

The Christian Citizenship Guide

The Christian Citizenship Guide is an introduction to Canadian government and politics from a conservative Christian perspective.

The Merchant Church

The Merchant Church by John Clunies-Ross is a challenge to the North American church for being “an anemic, weak, skin & bone caricature of the vision presented in the Word.”