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Signs of the Times
[From the Country Gentleman, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
"An order of life is changing, for the better or the worse," writes an eminent observer. Few are likely to challenge the first part of his statement. It is the second half with which all should be concerned.
The world disasters of the twentieth century are too shaking to leave the old order as it was. One may take the view that its accumulated errors, wrongs, and selfishness had reached the breaking point. Or one may see events as simply a process of change, common to history. The question still remains of what comes after.
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The Prayer of Spiritual Understanding
LILA P. BASEL
Intelligence Is Omnipotent
HENRY W. STEIGER
"The kingdom of God is within you"
GRACE E. ROWNTREE
On Serving Our Cause
CARL L. NEWELL
DOROTHY B. PORTER
"If thine eye be single"
George Shaw Cook
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
with contributions from Martha Ellen Scrimshaw, Sidney A. Mueller, Florence V. Reynolds, Helen H. Spangler, Mildred R. Herring, Maud Gault
A Christian Science period in...
Harry C. Browne
I have often desired to express...
Blanche Inez Prior
It is with a deep sense of gratitude...
The taking of medicine was a...
Mary T. Quigley
It is a pleasant duty and privilege...
Donald S. Fogg with contributions from Catherine M. Fogg
Many are the blessings from...
Margaret Consolvo Durkee
With a heart filled with gratitude...
Zelma H. Copeland with contributions from Nadine Holth
I should like to express my...
Arthur F. Menke
GWEN M. CASTLE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Jesse F. Wiseman, Thomas H. Shelley, Robert Hatch, A Correspondent, William Temple, Alice Hegan Rice, Earle R. Hedrick