THE CHALLENGE OF THE CHANGING WORLD

MANKIND has experienced constant change throughout its history. Basing its conclusions on evidence drawn largely from the material senses, the world today might be inclined to say with the writer of Ecclesiastes (1:14), "All is vanity and vexation of spirit." Chance, change, insecurity, seem everpresent threats to the harmonious existence of many peoples and nations.

What is the challenge to the Christian Scientist in this changing scene? What can he do in a world of shifting conditions and ideals to help establish order, progress, and an assurance of freedom, peace, and prosperity for all men?

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