- Especially this one: “Lessons From Moral Failures in a Family,” which describes a hypothetical scenario in which parents discover that “an older brother was guilty of sexually abusing younger ones in his family.” When the older brother had “repented,” he’s asked a series of questions—including “What teaching could have been given to each child [emphasis ours] to resist evil?” and “What factors in the home contributed to immodesty and temptation?”
I've read the full text of this book. Its considered an essential text for homeschooling.
This is what they believe.
I was homeschooled for part of my primary school years and kept in close contact with homeschool culture even when I went to regular school.
The teaching of good think and "culture" is more important to this group of people than education.