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The writer, after limited study in the field of Christian education, was impressed by the agreement between religious and secular educators alike that a vitality relationship existed between educational philosophy and educational methods. The course Principles of Teaching brought attention to the fact that each religious group had basic beliefs which constituted its theology; each group developed an educational philosophy in order to propagate its basic beliefs; each group employed educational methods to communicate the educational philosophy; and, the methods used affected the final outcome.
Walz, Marvin Harold, "The Significance of the Philosophy-Method Relationship in Contemporary Catholic Education" (1962). Western Evangelical Seminary Theses. 344.