I've been cleaning out, and organizing my online "favorites" list, this week, and came across a link to Answers in Genesis, I thought I should share.
It's a link, to a list of arguments you should avoid teaching, or using, to support creationism, and a list of common misconceptions you might find among well meaning, but not scientifically trained, creationists.
If you are going to be reading up on dinosaurs, or the origins of the earth, with your children, especially from a Christian perspective, I would highly recommend taking a look at this list. It will help you avoid teaching old, or out of date ideas, that have been disproved. It will also help you to recognize the charlatans, masquerading as "scientists", in the creationist world. And, believe me, there are plenty of them out there.
The last thing you want is to send your babies into the den of wolves, we call post-secondary education, spouting false "wisdom" to prove creationism. It would be better for all of us, to have them prepared with truth, ready as Christ encouraged his disciples to be, "wise as serpents, but gentle as doves."
It's great to be a homeschooler.