Religious Education in the Family eBook

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CHAPTER I1
Sec. 1.  TAKING THE HOME IN RELIGIOUS TERMS1
Sec. 2.  THE RELIGIOUS MOTIVE2
Sec. 3.  WIDER CHILD-WELFARE2
Sec. 4.  THE COST OF A FAMILY3
Sec. 5.  MOTIVES FOR A STUDY OF THE FAMILY4
FOOTNOTES: 5
CHAPTER II6
Sec. 1.  CONTRASTED TYPES6
Sec. 2.  COMMUNAL TENDENCIES6
Sec. 3.  THE ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENT7
Sec. 4.  PURPOSEFUL ORGANIZATION10
Sec. 5.  THE HOME AND THE FAMILY10
Sec. 6.  THE HOME CHANGING; THE FAMILY ABIDING11
FOOTNOTES: 13
CHAPTER III13
Sec. 1.  THE DOMINANT MOTIVE13
Sec. 2.  POTENCIES TO BE PRESERVED—­SOCIAL QUALITIES13
Sec. 3.  POTENCIES TO BE PRESERVED—­THE MORAL LIFE15
FOOTNOTES: 17
CHAPTER IV17
Sec. 1.  DEVELOPMENT AS A RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION18
Sec. 2.  THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY19
FOOTNOTES: 22
CHAPTER V22
Sec. 1.  THE FUNCTION OF THE FAMILY22
Sec. 3.  THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS23
Sec. 4.  THE CONSEQUENT OBLIGATION24
Sec. 6.  EARLY TENDENCIES25
Sec. 7.  IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS26
Sec. 8.  THE ORGANIZATION OF LOYALTY27
CHAPTER VI28
Sec. 1.  THE FUNDAMENTAL DIFFICULTY28
Sec. 2.  CONDITIONS OF SUCCESS28
Sec. 3.  RELIGIOUS REALITY29
Sec. 4.  PATIENCE AND COMMON-SENSE30
Sec. 5.  THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF GOD30
Sec. 6.  THE EVERYDAY OPPORTUNITIES32
Sec. 7.  MORAL TEACHING33
CHAPTER VII35
Sec. 1.  VALUE OF ACTIVITY35
Sec. 2.  THE BLESSING OF LABOR36
Sec. 3.  RELIGION IN ACTION36
Sec. 4.  RELIGION IN SERVICE37
Sec. 5.  FAMILY TRAINING FOR SOCIAL LIVING38
FOOTNOTES: 40
CHAPTER VIII40
Sec. 1.  AN IDEAL COMMUNITY41
Sec. 2.  COMMUNITY INTERESTS41
Sec. 3.  COMMUNITY SERVICE42
Sec. 4.  A SCHOOL OF SOCIAL MINISTRY43
Sec. 5.  FAMILIES AS COMMUNITY FACTORS44
Sec. 6.  TRAINING FOR CITIZENSHIP44
FOOTNOTES: 47
CHAPTER IX47
Sec. 1.  SONG AND STORY47
Sec. 2.  TRAINING IN SONG48
Sec. 3.  PLAY ACTIVITY49
FOOTNOTES: 51
CHAPTER X51
Sec. 1.  STORY-TELLING51
Sec. 2.  BOOKS AND READING52
Sec. 3.  DANGERS OF READING52
Sec. 4.  DEVELOPING GOOD TASTE53
Sec. 5.  PROMOTION OF THE READING INTEREST53
FOOTNOTES: 55
CHAPTER XI55
Sec. 1.  THE CHILD’S NEED55
Sec. 2.  DIFFICULTIES56
Sec. 3.  METHODS56
Sec. 4.  DOUBTFUL METHODS57
FOOTNOTES: 58
CHAPTER XII58
Sec. 1.  PAST CUSTOMS59
Sec. 3.  ADVANTAGES60
Sec. 4.  THE DIFFICULTIES61
Sec. 5.  TYPES OF WORSHIP61
Sec. 6.  METHODS OF FAMILY WORSHIP62
FOOTNOTES: 68
CHAPTER XIII68
Sec. 1.  THE MEANING OF THE DAY68
Sec. 2.  CONSERVING THE VALUES69
Sec. 3.  THE PROBLEM OF PLAY70
Sec. 4.  A POLICY ON PLAY70
Sec. 5.  POINTS OF DIFFERENCE71
Sec. 6.  THE SUNDAY AFTERNOON PROBLEM72
FOOTNOTES: 77
CHAPTER XIV77
Sec. 1.  THE OPPORTUNITY77
Sec. 2.  DIRECTING TABLE-TALK78
Sec. 3.  METHODS79
CHAPTER XV81
Sec. 1.  THE GROWING BOY81
Sec. 2.  RELIGIOUS SERVICE82
Sec. 3.  THE FATHER AND THE BOY83
Sec. 4.  FATHERING THE BOY83
Sec. 5.  THE GROWING GIRL84
FOOTNOTES: 85
CHAPTER XVI86
Sec. 1.  THE SCHOOL OF YOUTH86
Sec. 2.  SPECIAL NEEDS OF YOUTH86
Sec. 3.  MAINTAINING FRIENDSHIP WITH YOUTH87
Sec. 4.  AT THE DOOR OF A NEW WORLD88
Sec. 5.  THE SOCIAL LIFE88
Sec. 6.  AMUSEMENTS89
Sec. 7.  THE CALL TO SERVICE90
CHAPTER XVII92
Sec. 1.  RELATIONS OF CHURCH AND HOME93
Sec. 2.  THE FAMILY IDEAL IN THE CHURCH94
Sec. 3.  A PLACE FOR ALL IN THE CHURCH96
Sec. 4.  CHILD UNITY WITH THE CHURCH97
Sec. 5.  INCIDENTAL DIFFICULTIES97
FOOTNOTES: 99
CHAPTER XVIII99
Sec. 1.  HOME AND SCHOOL CO-OPERATION99
Sec. 2.  THE SCHOOL TEACHING PARENTS100
Sec. 3.  CONTROLLING SCHOOL CONDITIONS100
CHAPTER XIX101
Sec. 1.  THE PROMISE OF IMPERFECTION102
Sec. 2.  THE COLLISION OF WILLS103
Sec. 3.  ANGER104
Sec. 4.  METHODS OF DEALING WITH ANGER105
FOOTNOTES: 107
CHAPTER XX107
Sec. 1.  QUARRELS107
Sec. 2.  FIGHTING108
Sec. 3.  SELF-CONTROL109
Sec. 4.  GOOD FIGHTS110
CHAPTER XXI111
Sec. 1.  LYING111
Sec. 2.  PROTECTIVE LYING112
Sec. 3.  OLDER CHILDREN112
Sec. 4.  AT THE CRISIS113
CHAPTER XXII114
Sec. 1.  DISHONESTY114
Sec. 2.  LESSONS IN HONESTY115
Sec. 3.  TEASING AND BULLYING116
Sec. 4.  SOME CURES FOR TEASING117
FOOTNOTES: 118
CHAPTER XXIII118
Sec. 1.  ORPHANED FAMILIES119
Sec. 2.  THE FATHER’S CHANCE120
Sec. 3.  FATHERING AS A MAN’S TASK121
CHAPTER XXIV122
Sec. 1.  A CONSTRUCTIVE POLICY FOR CHARACTER123
Sec. 2.  THE CHURCH AIDING124
Sec. 3.  IDEALS AND METHODS125
FOOTNOTES: 127
APPENDIXES127
APPENDIX I127
Sec. 1.  THE CLASS127
Sec. 2.  THE TEACHER127
Sec. 3.  GENERAL METHOD128
Sec. 4.  CLASS WORK128
FOOTNOTES: 130
APPENDIX II130
INDEX134
Bible, Methods of using the, 121134
Character, A constructive policy for, 269134
Dishonesty, 249134
Factory system, The, and the home, 14134
Girl, The, in the family, 180135
Hebrew family life, 39135
Jesus’ teaching on the family, 42135
Meals, Conversation at, 165135
Organization of home, Purpose of, 19135
Quarrels of children, 231135
Reading, Developing taste for, 115135
School, The home as a, 87135
Table, Ministry of the, 164135
Will, Training the, 221136
Youth in the home, 183136
THE CONSTRUCTIVE STUDIES136
KINDERGARTEN, 4-6 YEARS136
PRIMARY, 6-8 YEARS, GRADES I-III137
JUNIOR, 9 YEARS, GRADE IV137
JUNIOR, 10-12 YEARS, GRADES V-VII137
HIGH SCHOOL, 13-17 YEARS138
ADULT GROUP139
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