Excerpt from The Outlook, Vol. 12: Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, N. C.; October, 1962
Let us remind ourselves that although Plato and countless others have noted that virtue is not guaranteed to sons of virtuous fathers, Roman, Hebrew, Christian and modern secular educators in Western society agree on the importance of parental precept and example for character development.2 How is the phenomenon of parental inﬂuence to be viewed in particular?
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