TEACHING IN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL

It is a fair inference, to judge from the many letters received at headquarters which request information as to the right way to carry on the work of the Sunday school, that the subject is one of great interest, and that there is not only an intention upon the part of those who are most intimately connected with and responsible for the conduct of this work for the good of the children who are attending these schools in the branch churches, to put into it their best efforts, but a general desire that these efforts shall be rightly directed.

Our Leader has made careful provision for the welfare of these lambs of the flock, and as fundamental authority on this subject of teaching the children we have the organic law of the church as contained in Article XX of the Church Manual (p. 62 of the present edition). It seems very clear, from a careful study of this by-law, that it was intended to define therein fully and specifically the scope of the subjects to be taught the children. In fact, it is couched in such definite language that there can be no question or difference of opinion as to just what our Leader considered fundamentally essential in teaching them Christian Science.

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