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WORDS OF CURRENT INTEREST
[The words in this issue are related to the Lesson-Sermon in the Christian Science Quarterly designated to be read in Christian Science churches on October 14, 1962.]
AUGUSTUS' BAND (Acts 27:1)
A cohort (here translated band) was a division of the Roman army consisting usually of about five hundred men. Certain cohorts were called "Augustan" as a title of honor, "Augustus" being the official designation of the emperor. They often convoyed important prisoners from place to place. Moffatt renders, "An officer of the Imperial regiment."
"At home and abroad"
ELOISE PATTILLO HENDRICK
Man neither Envies nor Is Envied
ARTHUR HAMPTON CRAWFORD
We Can Overcome Fear
LUTHER BARNABY TYSSEN
"Earth's preparatory school"
JANE KIRK HUNTLEY
The Recompense of Divine Love
Helen Wood Bauman
Where Does Evil Come From?
Ralph E. Wagers
How the Needs of the Pupil Are Met in Sunday School
By David R. Mummery,
Some eight years ago I was taken...
Alfred James Worrow
No one could have more to be...
Mary Eleanor Bertram
I should like to express my...
Mildred A. Wilkins with contributions from Clyde E. Wilkins
Christian Science was first presented...
Elizabeth W. Barron
Christian Science came into...
M. Gertrude Upham
I am very thankful to God for...
Ruth T. Ashcraft
I should like to express gratitude...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from John Ellis Large