Female Teaching by Catherine Booth

Female Teaching byCatherine Booth

Female Teaching by Catherine Booth

Female Teaching.

IN dealing with the pamphlet before us, we may premise, that it is not our intention
to enter on a personal vindication of Mrs. Palmer. We do not conceive this to be
necessary. The high estimation in which that lady is held by the public, will not suffer in
the least by the ungentlemanly and unchristian attack Mr. Rees has ventured to make upon her. Mr. Rees demands “principles, and not phenomena;” we, therefore, purpose to deal exclusively with the principles involved in the controversy, which are,

First, Woman’s right to teach in the Church.

Second, Personal dealing with anxious sinners.

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