Watch This Panel on Childhood Education and Religious Trauma!

Last year Janice Selbie kindly invited me to speak on a panel at the Conference on Religious Trauma (CORT) on the topic of childhood education and religious trauma. The panelists included Beatrice Weber, Elam Zook, fellow homeschool alum Jerusha Lofland, and myself. Dr. Caleb Lack moderated the session. During my part of the panel, I discussed some of the connections between homeschooling and religious trauma that arise on account of how evangelical Christians in the United States use homeschooling as a totalistic tool. You can read a transcript of my remarks here.

CORT recently uploaded the full video of the panel to YouTube, so I wanted to share it here as well. You can watch the video below:

Published by R.L. Stollar

R.L. Stollar is a child liberation theologian and an advocate for children and abuse survivors. The author of an upcoming book on child liberation theology, The Kingdom of Children, Ryan has an M.H.S. in Child Protection from Nova Southeastern University and an M.A. in Eastern Classics from St. John’s College.

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