I found this site over on The J-Walk Blog and I had to share...an anonymous woman details how she homeschools her daughter http://www.biblicalscholarshipDOTnet/
Some gems found over on her site include:
In our school, the Bible has always been the textbook. Period. I do not scramble every school year to buy textbooks--I only have one textbook and I use it year after year for Language Arts and History. I also use it when creating our own homemade mathematics series (Counting with Daniel & Father) and other texts. When is the last time a Geometry book made you feel better? It can if it is written with the scriptures in view. How often does a Spanish book teach the dangers of libraries?
During one of those early days as I was in prayer in the basement I told God that I did not want to be just a teacher. I told him that I wanted to be an anointed teacher. I felt sure then, and now, that he gave me those words to pray. As rough as life has been for me, with the incessant trials, tribulations, heartaches, and memories, the school remains supernaturally elevated above the troubled stream and unhindered as if on automatic pilot.
The Christian is not some weak object that must accept the proclamations of every "expert" and every dictionary definition and textbook as being true. Many of these proclamations are not true, they are lies.
Christians are not beholden to secular scholarship devised by godless men. It is time to wake up. GOD INVITES US IN HIS WORD TO LOOK AT HIS CREATION. HE COMMANDS US TO READ AND COUNT. HIS WORD NECESSITATES THAT WE KNOW HOW TO DO THESE THINGS. The language of the Authorized (King James) Version is the finest of the entire English language--its grammatical structure, flawless--its word choices, sublime. A man must be able to read--including the deaf man who too often is relegated to sign language and never masters the nuances of the English language. For many deaf people, this greatly hinders their understanding and ability to reason.