George Herbert Betts (1868-1934), was an American educator, and writer. He was a religious person and a member of Methodist Episcopal Church and always stood for connection between religion and education. His Ph.D. he received in Columbia University in 1909. His teaching career had a very wide geography and resulted in various works on teaching methodology, pedagogics and their interconnection with Christian religion.
How to teach religion is a work on pedagogics by George Herbert Betts. This volume is devoted to practical implementing of principals of religious upbringing in American church schools. Spiritual education is just as important as education of mind alone. In this book are gathered various guidelines for teachers, interested in training children in ways of religion and spirituality. This book would be a very enlightening reading for every one interested in this subject, regardless of one’s religiousness.