Teaching in Our Sunday Schools

The recent invitation by the editors of the Christian Science periodicals to offer "helpful hints as to how to comply with" the requirements of Article XX of the Manual of The Mother Church with reference to Sunday school teaching opens the door to a wide range of individual observations.

At the outset it would appear that two things are self-evident: first, that we have in Sections 2 and 3 of the aforesaid By-Law a complete specification of that which is to be taught to the children; and secondly, that the method and manner of the teaching are left to a considerable extent to the discretion of the teacher. If these two points are conceded, our study is at once focused upon a single question, namely, "How shall I, as an individual, teach my particular class?"

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