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Place the little volume in the hands of child ren as a prettily-illustrated story-book, but to read it With them, prepared to answer questions and to solve difficulties. Sunday books should supplement? Not take the place of, oral instruction. A writer may give earnest thought and labor to the endeavor to make religious subjects interesting to the young; but What inuence has the silent page compared With that of a father express ing his own settled convictions, or that of a.
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