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Abbott, J.S.C. – The Child at Home

THE CHILD AT HOME; OR
THE PRINCIPLES OF FILIAL DUTY
FAMILIARLY ILLUSTRATED.
BY JOHN S. C. ABBOTT,
Author Of “The Mother At Home.”
Published By The American Tract Society
150 Nassau-Street New-York.
Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1833, by CROCKER and
BREWSTER, in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.
Right of publishing transferred to American Tract Society.

In this 7 chapter work, Abbott (Congregationalist) looks at responsibility, deception, obedience, religious truth, piety, and traits of character.

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Gage, A.H. – Evangelism of Youth

Evangelism of Youth
By Albert H. Gage
Director oi Religious Education
The Baptist Executive Council of Chicago
PHILADELPHIA
THE JUDSON PRESS
BOSTON CHICAGO LOS ANGELES
KANSAS CITY SEATTLE TORONTO
COPYRIGHT 1922, BY GILBERT N. BRINK,

In this 10 chaper work by Gage (Baptist), he presents us with ideas and plans for evangelizing our youth. Continue reading

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Bunyan, J. – A Book for Girls and Boys: Temporal Things Spiritualized.

A Book for Girls and Boys: Temporal Things Spiritualized.

by John Bunyan (1701)

Summary

Or Temporal Things Spiritualized. This is a single chapter sermon by Bunyan for young people. This work is composed of about 44 short poems for girls and boys.

Evaluation by David Cox

This is basically Christian poems for young people.

I would recommend this work, although most youth today are not interested in Poems. Continue reading