The question of the influence of Biblical information on conduct has been discussed considerably the last few years. Some think that merely to know the facts of the Bible will solve the many perplexing problems in the conduct of boys and girls. On the basis of this claim they argue that the Bible should be included in the public schools and read to the children without comment or that the children should be required to commit portions to memory and tested for perfect recitations. Others claim that a mere factual knowledge will not solve the problems of conduct. They think that something more fundamental is essential.
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Hightower, Pleasant R.
"The Relationship between Biblical Information and Conduct,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 36(1), 329-333.
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