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Postby poheryma » 30 May 2012, 15:13

What activities/Projects could a 12 year old girl do for a homeschool bible study class? She is 12, a girl, and is a chrisan, no lo;cal churc has a program to use, so she just needs some ideas of what to do for her homeschool class, like reaad bla bla book or watch this movie is great, writing prompts and links are also awesome.
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby Twain Shakespeare » 30 May 2012, 15:44

I would suggest finding a teacher who could spell "Christian" and "church" at a minimum. Also, one who does not make redundent statements such as "She is a girl".

Aside from "The Hammer of the Witches" I cannot think of any contribution that cult made to human thought.

Having insulted you, I apologize, and sincerely reccommend, as a soft shell antinominian, "The Novum Organum" by Francis Bacon, God in the Docks and The Abolition of Man by CS Lewis, and The Murder of Christ by Wilhelm Reich. As far as fiction goes, some texts more appropriate for a typical twelve year old, I would suggest you stick to Lewis' Narnia Chronicles and Till We Have Faces

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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby Arouet » 30 May 2012, 22:08

Don't worry about insulting the OP, whose intention, no doubt, was to later add a link to a website selling bibles.

It's spam.
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby NinjaPuppy » 30 May 2012, 22:20

Arouet wrote:Don't worry about insulting the OP, whose intention, no doubt, was to later add a link to a website selling bibles.

It's spam.

Hey! I knew that! I had this one pegged before they even finished registration. I liked TS's commentary, so I left it. Not to worry, the OP is locked and loaded. :D
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby NinjaPuppy » 30 May 2012, 22:27

BTW - This IP has been pushing out tons of spam for those wonderful male enhancing miracle products. I'm pretty sure that's why the OP would like to mention that the homeschooling will be for a 12 year old girl. It will turn up during Google searches by preverts. (Yes, I spelled that incorrectly on purpose)
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby Twain Shakespeare » 31 May 2012, 03:22

Arouet wrote:Don't worry about insulting the OP, whose intention, no doubt, was to later add a link to a website selling bibles.

It's spam.



O! Oy! I recently asked my friends if I was naive. Answers ranged from "You are the least naive person I know" to "Don't flatter yourself. You are just gullible!"

To paraphrase "I will get fooled again!" ;(
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby NinjaPuppy » 31 May 2012, 03:26

Twain Shakespeare wrote:O! Oy! I recently asked my friends if I was naive. Answers ranged from "You are the least naive person I know" to "Don't flatter yourself. You are just gullible!"

To paraphrase "I will get fooled again!" ;(

You say naive like it's a bad thing. People who generally trust that other people are being honest, are usually very honest people themselves.
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby Twain Shakespeare » 31 May 2012, 09:23

NinjaPuppy wrote:
Twain Shakespeare wrote:O! Oy! I recently asked my friends if I was naive. Answers ranged from "You are the least naive person I know" to "Don't flatter yourself. You are just gullible!"

To paraphrase "I will get fooled again!" ;(

You say naive like it's a bad thing. People who generally trust that other people are being honest, are usually very honest people themselves.



Thankyou. I am inexcruciating pain due to an abscessed tooth, and your kind words are appreciated.
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby NinjaPuppy » 31 May 2012, 18:50

Twain Shakespeare wrote:Thankyou. I am inexcruciating pain due to an abscessed tooth, and your kind words are appreciated.

I calls 'em as I sees 'em. Get that tooth taken care of before it eats your brain.
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby Twain Shakespeare » 01 Jun 2012, 02:03

NinjaPuppy wrote:
Twain Shakespeare wrote:Thankyou. I am inexcruciating pain due to an abscessed tooth, and your kind words are appreciated.

I calls 'em as I sees 'em. Get that tooth taken care of before it eats your brain.



Thankyou Apollo, Asclepios, and DR Bayer. Forgiveness to my roomie who slept thru our dental appointment (people! Can't rely on them or do without them!)

I AM NOT IN PAIN!!!!

"Phaedo, I owe a cock to Asclepios."

(That didn't work.)

Will try, but I am a Southerner and if it don't rain, the roof don leak, if it do rain, I can't fix it nohow. If I ain't in pain, I am more obsessed by my antipathy to invasive procedures. If I am in pain, I am hopeless. Logic indicates Southerners are idiots :)
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby Craig Browning » 01 Jun 2012, 02:54

Arouet wrote:Don't worry about insulting the OP, whose intention, no doubt, was to later add a link to a website selling bibles.

It's spam.


:o Bible Flavored Spam?! :o OMG!
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Re: homeschool bible study class

Postby Twain Shakespeare » 01 Jun 2012, 03:22

Twain Shakespeare wrote:
NinjaPuppy wrote:
Twain Shakespeare wrote:Thankyou. I am inexcruciating pain due to an abscessed tooth, and your kind words are appreciated.

I calls 'em as I sees 'em. Get that tooth taken care of before it eats your brain.



Thankyou Apollo, Asclepios, and DR Bayer. Forgiveness to my roomie who slept thru our dental appointment (people! Can't rely on them or do without them!)

I AM NOT IN PAIN!!!!

"Phaedo, I owe a cock to Asclepios."

(That didn't work.)

Will try, but I am a Southerner and if it don't rain, the roof don leak, if it do rain, I can't fix it nohow. If I ain't in pain, I am more obsessed by my antipathy to invasive procedures. If I am in pain, I am hopeless. Logic indicates Southerners are idiots :)

(There is a freudian typo in this piece, which is mildly funny or wildly hilarious, depending on your levelof disbelief, but what actually didn't work was posting an image)
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