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Through Eye and Ear, by J. Griswold

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Title: Crayon and Character: Truth Made Clear Through Eye and Ear
Or, Ten-Minute Talks with Colored Chalks

Author: J. Griswold

Release Date: July 15, 2005 [EBook #16305]

Language: English

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CRAYON AND CHARACTER


Truth Made Clear Through Eye and Ear
or
Ten-Minute Talks With Colored Chalks


B.J. GRISWOLD


MEIGS PUBLISHING COMPANY
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

1913
First Reprint 1918




FOREWORD.


Any earnest Christian who is capable of addressing an audience or a
Sunday school class, can, by the aid of this book, give a helpful
chalk talk. The book has been designed to meet a growing need of this
important phase of teaching.

Any parent, with this book in the home, can use it not only to teach
the boy or the girl a simple method of drawing, but may implant in the
life of the child the good seed of the Tree of Life.

In the preparation of these talks, "Life" has been the keyword. The
thought permeates both the text and the style of illustration used.
It is also a feature of the arrangement of each talk whereby a
"developing" or "living" picture holds the attention of the listeners
through two "scenes" or "steps" of unfolding.

Many of the time-honored symbols will not be found in these pages. The
Anchor as the emblem of Hope, and the Crown as the type of Victory or
Kingship have given place to symbols and types from nature and from
the every-day life of common folks.

Many a smile has been introduced. And why not? We proclaim the Gospel
as the Good News, the message of joy and gladness. The New Testament,
with its glad tidings of great joy, is one continuous song. Always,
however, it has been the aim to lead the thoughts of the listener to
Him whose Light we are to reflect among men.

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