Excerpt from Principles and Ideals for the Sunday School: Essay in Religious Pedagogy
We venture to hope, however, that what we have written will be of value for teachers of those classes whose pupils constitute what is perhaps the greatest problem of the Sunday school, the boys and girls of grammar-school and high school age.
We wish to express to President W. R. Harper our sense of indebtedness, especially in refer ence to the chapter upon the Organization of the Graded School. What we have there written has been in no small measure learned through our experience in the Hyde Park Baptist Sunday School, of which he has been for a number of years superintendent and we directors or teachers.
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