Teaching in the Christian Science Sunday School

Teaching in a Christian Science Sunday School is one of the highest privileges accorded to members of the Christian Science church. This form of church work brings with it a sense of discipline and obedience, and promotes spiritual growth. It also increases spiritual perception and spiritual receptivity on the part of both teacher and pupil.

Teaching in a Christian Science Sunday School differs widely from teaching in ordinary educational fields. The teacher follows the rules which are laid down in Article XX of the Church Manual relative to the Sunday school. Both the teacher and the pupils learn to rely upon divine Mind for the impartations of spiritual truth. Thus, the teacher realizes that whatever is necessary for him to know, in order to bless and benefit his pupils, will be revealed to him. The less stereotyped the teaching, the more productive it is of healing. Mrs. Eddy states in "No and Yes" (p. 45), "Truth cannot be stereotyped; it unfoldeth forever."

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