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" ... conception which regards the Bible as a theological book merely, and thereby leads to its exclusion from the schools of some states as a subject of reading and study. We hope for such a change of public sentiment in this regard as will permit and... "
Hearst's International - Page 1641
1902
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Texas School Journal, Volume 20

1902
...to the men and women that are to teach in her schools. 6. We believe that the English Bible should be read and studied as a literary work of the highest...which it has inspired, and, in large part, formed; that this great book may become the teacher's aid in the interpretation of history and literature,...
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The School Journal

1902
...and encourage the English Bible, now honored by name in many schools, law, and state institutions, to be read and studied as a literary work of the highest...prose which it has inspired and in large part formed. 9. " We commend the examples of those boards of education whose settled policy is to employ teachers...
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Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting, Volume 41

National Educational Association (U.S.). Meeting - 1902
...public sentiment in this regard as will permit and encourage the reading and study of the English Bible, as a literary work of the highest and purest type,...life — an unrivaled agency in the development of true citizenship as well as in the formation of pure literary style. 9. We commend the examples of...
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The Chautauquan: Organ of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle

1902
...and thereby leads to its exclusion from the schools of some states as a subject of reading and study. We hope and ask for such a change of public sentiment...prose which it has inspired and in large part formed. Dr. Butler, the president of Columbia University, delivered a spirited address at the conference in...
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Catholic World, Volume 75

1902
...next resolution deplores the disuse of the English Bible as a "masterpiece of literature," and adds: "We hope and ask for such a change of public sentiment...and prose which it has inspired and in large part informed." One of the Committee on Resolutions is Hon. Charles R. Skinner, State Superintendent, Albany,...
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Addresses and Proceedings - National Education Association of the United States

National Education Association of the United States - 1902
...public sentiment in this regard as will permit and encourage the reading and study of the English Bible, as a literary work of the highest and purest type,...but that this great book may ever be the teacher's ard in the interpretation of history and literature, law and life — an unrivaled agency in the development...
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Dominicana: A Magazine of Catholic Literature, Volume 3

1902
...and encourage the English Bible, now honored by name in many schools. laws, and State institutions, to be read and studied as a literary work of the highest...which ^ it has inspired and in large part formed." Well, which is it, literature or religion? If it is religion, we will have none of it. There is a curse...
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Common Sense Didactics for Common School Teachers

Henry Sabin - 1903 - 343 pages
...public sentiment in this regard as will permit and encourage the reading and study of the English Bible as a literary work of the highest and purest type...life — an unrivaled agency in the development of true citizenship as well as in the formation of pure literary style. —Resolution of National Educational...
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Jesuit Education: Its History and Principles Viewed in the Light of Modern ...

Robert Schwickerath - 1903 - 687 pages
...and thereby leads to its exclusion from the schools of some states as a subject of reading and study. We hope and ask for such a change of public sentiment...prose which it has inspired and in large part formed." a Such a study is, of course, practically useless from the religious point of view; moreover, and this...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 92

1903
...and thereby leads to its exclusion from the schools of some states as a subject of reading and study. We hope and ask for such a change of public sentiment...prose which it has inspired and in large part formed." One cannot but sympathize with the motives which prompted this resolution. Both the impoverished style...
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