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These are not partial books or "demo" books or very old
books. They are full-text books. And they are free.
We call this site Freebooks for a reason: everything
on this site is free for you to read on-line, download, or
e-mail to a friend.
What's Available Here
Here are just a few of the topics that the free books
on this Web site deal with:
- secular humanism
- the U.S. Constitution
- foreign policy
- divorce & remarriage
A Biblical World & Life Home School Curriculum
The 90-plus free books and 800-plus free newsletters
on this site introduce Christians to the fundamental
principles for building a Bible-based Christian worldview,
also called a Christian world-and-life view. A Bible-based
Christian worldview is the first step in building a
permanently free society.
There is no neutrality. Christians must begin
with the Bible in education, not with the assumption of the
autonomy of their own minds.
The books and resources on this site are ideal for
Christian education, especially a home school curriculum.
Most of them can be used in an advanced Christian student's
high school curriculum. Because these educational
resources are free, Christian home school parents can save
money on their high school curriculum costs. (Saving money
is an important goal.)
Many of these educational resources are suitable for
high school curriculum requirements in these areas:
Christian history, Bible, government, economics, education,
creationism, and other topics that require a self-conscious
Christian worldview to interpret them correctly.
These books and other resources will help to immunize
college-bound Christian home school students against the
secular humanism of the college classroom.
Home school parents who find some of these Christian
educational resources useful may want to send a link to
this page to other home school parents who are also looking
for free high school curriculum materials.
The Bible Gives God's Rules for All of Life
Maybe you're tired of hearing the old line: "The Bible
isn't a textbook of [ ]." The person who says this
is really saying: "I don't want to subject my conclusions
to what the Bible says. I don't want to re-think my life's
work in terms of the Bible. The Bible doesn't tell me what
We've heard this before: "Hath God said?" (Gen. 3:1).
The answer is clear: "If it's in the Bible, then God hath
said!" This Web site will provide you with more Bible-
based ammunition than you've ever seen before to let you
answer the old "Hath God said?" question.
A pastor once lamented: "I came to this church
expecting an armory. I found a nursery." This website
was not designed for Christians who are comfortable in a