From early childhood I could never accept the idea of...

From early childhood I could never accept the idea of a corporeal God whom my parents asked me to worship, so as I grew up I thought I was an atheist and lived up to what was then my highest sense of right. As I worked in the business world I was perplexed about life and what it was all about.

When the two little girls in my home reached school age, I became aware that there was something vitally lacking in the method I used in rearing them. I had an earnest desire to give them the best in the way of training, so I searched all the books I possibly could find in our public library on child psychology. They took away what hope I had and left me in despair.

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I give this testimony with a desire to pay a tithe on the...
November 14, 1936
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