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Questions and Answers on the Lesson-Sermon
Questions and answers quicken thought. This is the reason they have proved so effective in teaching. Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, in the Manual of The Mother Church (Art. XX, Sect. 3) makes specific provision for questions and answers in the Christian Science Sunday School. After defining the initial instruction, she says, "The next lessons consist of such questions and answers as are adapted to a juvenile class, and may be found in the Christian Science Quarterly Lessons, read in Church services."
Obviously, then, a part of the teacher's preparatory work in the classes where the "next lessons" are taught is to give consideration to questions. Many teachers find it helpful to bring to class a few written questions on salient topics of the Lesson or perhaps a few notations from which to formulate questions. These questions then furnish a nucleus from which others are developed in the class.
THERE IS BUT ONE WORLD
FLORENCE G. SCHELL
"LET YOUR LIGHT ... SHINE"
HERBERT E. BONHAM
ASK OF GOD
PREPARING FOR A LECTURE
ETHEL M. MC CANDLESS
"SEEKERS FOR TRUTH"
MAX J. SIMON
"THY WILL BE DONE"
Barbara R. Banks
THE MONITOR LED ME TO CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
VIAHNETT S. MARTIN
THE ALLNESS OF TRUTH
ARTHUR W. SWAN
Ruth Conklin Geggie
LOVE LOOSENS AND LIFTS
John Randall Dunn
THE REMEDY FOR PAINS FROM "PEEVES"
Paul Stark Seeley
with contributions from Board of Trustees
"Many, O Lord my God, are thy...
I have been studying Christian Science...
Irene Eads with contributions from Norman Eads
I wish to express my gratitude to...
I wish to express my gratitude...
Sylvia M. Rollé
I have been thinking for some...
William E. Fanning
Remembering the eagerness with...
C. Maude Hawkins
Several years ago, through reading...
The Psalmist says (Ps. 108:3),...
Margaret S. Weinhold with contributions from Roy Walter Weinhold
In 1933 when I graduated from...
Donald Eric Brotherson with contributions from Helen Brotherson
SONG OF PROMISE
Edith Coonley Howes
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Robert H. Hamill, Charles M. McConnell, Edgar DeWitt Jones, W. N. Peregine