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A Christian Science program was conducted from. Station WEAF, New York City, on Sunday, November 15, at 8.30 a.m., Eastern War Time, by Mr. Rex Benware of New York City. This program was given under the auspices of the Committee on Publication for the State of New York and had the approval of The Christian Science Board of Directors.
Music was furnished by the Symphonic Four Quartet, who sang Hymn No. 350 in the Christian Science Hymnal, "Through the love of God our Saviour." Then Mr. Benware read an address substantially as follows:
Throughout the course of recorded history, thinkers have perceived in a greater or lesser degree the protecting power of an absolute reliance upon the infinite.
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CLIFFORD P. SMITH
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SUSAN F. CAMPBELL
That Our Love Wax Not Cold
ADAH M. JANDT
"Moral courage is requisite"
DELOS EDWARD JOHNSON
EVELYN M. STEPHENS
The Commandments: Passports to Power
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Peter V. Ross
Evelyn F. Heywood
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Christian Science program over Station WEAF, New York City, conducted by Mr. Rex Benware,
In sincere gratitude for Christian Science...
Mrs. Eddy writes on page 494...
No one has greater cause for...
Pearl R. Gay
"Thanks be unto God for his...
Ruth Amelia Gaige
Twelve years ago I was confined...
Grace M. Hess
For many years I have enjoyed...
Helen S. Monroe with contributions from Charles S. Monroe
With a deep sense of gratitude...
Clara Elizabeth Johnson
I would add my praise and...
Richard S. Talbott
"Receive thy sight"
MAUDE DE VERSE NEWTON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Charles B. Pryor, Ernest Fremont Tittle, Eversley Ferris, Frank E. Duddy