Bishop Corson of the Methodist Church has written a clear and forthright exposition of his views on Christian education....

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Bishop Corson of the Methodist Church has written a clear and forthright exposition of his views on Christian education. Believing that the ills which plague our century are spiritual in nature, he proposes as the remedy ""the Christian way of life, applied, developed and maintained through Christian education"". In developing this theme he has much to say as to the qualifications and preparation of the Christian teacher, the content of Christian teaching and the goals of Christian education. Originally delivered as lectures to a theological seminary Bishop Corson's development of the subject is worthy of a wider audience.

Pub Date: May 9, 1955

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Publisher: Abingdon

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1955