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Item of Interest
Army regulations provide that individuals, upon induction into service, may give their denominational or religious preferences or afflications and have the same recorded, although they are not required to do so. This means that a person if he so desires may state for the official record that his religious preference is that of Christian Science.
Experience shows that it is most desirable for Christian Scientists entering the armed forces to take advantage of these military regulations. Registration in this way, instead of merely as Protestants, enables our authorized workers to locate Christian Scientists in order to offer assistance, and it aids Christian Scientists in the forces to find one another. Taking a stand in stating a preference for Christian Science also strengthens moral courage and brings benefits of untold value.
"A standard for the people"
VIOLET SPILLER HAY
What Am I Thinking?
HERBERT E. BONHAM
There Is No Separation
The Science of Being—Its Relation to Healing
MAURICE W. HASTIE
The First Beautitude
JAMES MONTEITH ERSKINE
The First of the Beatitudes
The Impulsion of a Good Example
Peter V. Ross
"As his custom was"
Paul Stark Seeley
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
Replies to Comments on Christian Science Appearing in the Press
with contributions from Percival Vincett Parsons, Luther K. Bell, Louis Kaufman
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Vivien B. West
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Charles G. Bertenshaw
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Josephine Sproul Mottola with contributions from Nicholas J. Mottola
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Thelma Olive Leaton
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Valuntine Hancho Haun
Our Daily Bread
MARJORIE D. MANLEY
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Robert Power, Lawrence C. Vosseler, Ernest W. S. Gilbert, Richard K. Morton, Henry Geerlings