Gladly Learn and Gladly Teach

It is a common observation of the day that mankind's progress in the arts and physical sciences has far exceeded his moral and spiritual progress. It is being noted, not alone by religionists and philosophers but by far-seeing physicists, journalists, soldiers, and statesmen, that the world has at last arrived at a place where only a revaluation and practical application of spiritual law will save mankind from its own devices.

Many opinions as to the ways and means of determining and applying spiritual verities are being suggested. Underlying them all is the recognized need for a new trend in teaching the youth of the world. For it is the young people now in school who must meet and master in the years to come the pressing challenges of the new age. They merit, and must have, a new dispensation in both public and private instruction, a curriculum in which first things—the things of the Spirit—come first.

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