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The Reformed Quarterly Review (41)


The Reformed Quarterly Review (41)

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Volume: 41 General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1894 Original Publisher: Reformed Church Publication Board Subjects: Theology Religion / Christian Theology / General Religion / Christian Theology / History Religion / Christian Theology / Systematic Religion / Christianity / General Religion / Theology Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: VII. THE TRUE AIM OF IDEAL EDUCATION. BY REV. A. S. WEBEB, A. M. Aside from her deep interest in the propagation of the Gospel through missionary effort, and her zealous endeavor to bring about the reunion of a divided Christendom, theAmerican Church of our day shows no signs of life more hopefully vigorous than those of her educational activity. This gratifying activity, intense and widely distributed, is due largely to a better appreciation of the meaning of true education, and a more earnest purpose to furnish succeeding generations better facilities for meeting the design of life. In part, however, it is due also to a measure of needed protection, -- protection against errors, which, like insidious diseases, are eating into the very vitals of our civilization, and threatening to lower the standard of our manhood. The large degree of outward prosperity which has attended the labors of our people has brought with it some of these errors, and greatly stimulated the inveterate vitality of others. The opportunities afforded by the present day, and especially by our country, for material progress and speedy wealth, have never before been so numerous and alluring. Under their influence, it is felt, far too many are constantly led to worship the means, and to forget the ends of life. In the matter of education, this influence is seen in th...  
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