Originally published in 1916 by Concordia Publishing House, this volume is especially designed for Sunday school teachers who are telling the stories of Bible history. It provides details about all the little questions that children especially ask about the main stories in the Bible. A teacher who reviews this material before teaching the class will be well prepared to understand the context and details of each account.
From the Introductory Remarks by W.H.T. Dau:
"A generation ago one of the leading schoolmen of the Lutheran church in America expressed the opinion that the importance of Bible History teaching in the training of children was not recognized as it should be, even in religious schools. He held that of all the branches of instruction in the Christian training of the young, Bible History is the most necessary (1) because it is the basis of all religious training and (2) because children grasp it with the greatest ease and speed.
"The Bible History References offered to the Bible-reading public in this volume have grown out of the conviction that the teachers of Bible History need a book that provides, in the readiest form, the information on a thousand points which they must have in order to possess a teacher's knowledge of the story which they are to tell to their pupils. This is especially necessary in the case of Sunday-school teachers who have not had a special course in pedagogy to equip them for independent Bible-study and research work."
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