Englishwoman's Domestic Magazine,  3 (1854–55), 309–10.

The Religious Education of the Young





Natural Theology, Religion, Microscopy, Design

    Upholds the 'necessity' of teaching children religion; notes how 'easy' it is for a child to contemplate the 'goodness and power which formed and sustained' aspects of 'creation' by glimpsing the 'thousand wonders, which by the aid of the microscope, are presented to the eye' (310).

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