The history of the Committee on Christian Education of Eastern Synod of the Reformed Church in the U.S.
Albert Clarence Robinson
The purpose of this history of the committee on christian Education of Eastern Synod is twofold; namely, to acknowledge the fine work done by this committee, and to set forth some of its achievements as an inspiration to others who are interested in the cause of Christian education. This committee was the pioneer among the synodical committees on Christian Education in the Reformed Church. Its membership included some of the outstanding men of the reformed church, and its program many of the finest achievements in Christian education. Since the merger of the Reformed church in the United States and the Evangelical Synods this committee as such has been dissolved but its members are continuing the work as an inter-synodical group. No attempt has been made to present a complete chronological history of the work of the committee. In keeping with the purpose this is an interpretive history. Outstanding personalities and events have been included in so far as they were related to the various projects considered. The main emphasis, however, has been placed upon the growth and significance of the committee used in preparing this history.