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["Church of the Air" talk over Columbia Broadcasting System, by Mr. Clarence W. Allen, May 3, 1942. Subject: "The Authority of Love to Overcome Fear."]
A Christian Science period in the Columbia "Church of the Air" series was conducted from Station WJR, Detroit, Michigan, on Sunday afternoon, May 3, 1942. at one o'clock, Eastern War Time, by Mr. Clarence W. Allen, a former First Reader in a Christian Science church. This program was presented under the auspices of the Committee on Publication for the State of Michigan with the approval of The Christian Science Board of Directors. Mrs. Marian Roberts Sanborn, soloist, was assisted by Mrs. Marjory Nevins, organist.
The program opened with Hymn No. 160 in the Christian Science Hymnal. The words of this hymn were written by Mary Baker Eddy. Then Mr. Allen read selections from the Bible as follows: Isaiah 40:10, 11; 41:10-13; 43:2; Matthew 4:23, 25; 5:1, 2 (to second comma); 7:28, 29; 8:5-10, 13, 18, 23-27; I John 3:1-3. And from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: 571:18-19; 454:18-22, 5-10; 380:19-21,28-31; 569: 3-14; 407:6-16; 410:14-17; 574: 27-30; 566:1-24; 225:21-22.
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