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[The above is substantially the text of the program released for broadcast the weekend of December 7–9 in the radio series, "The Bible Speaks to You," heard internationally over more than 800 stations. This is one of the weekly programs produced by the Christian Science Committee on Publication, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts.]
RADIO PROGRAM No. 36 An Answer to Conformity
HOST: Would you like to have someone tell you when you could smile, what sort of clothes you could wear, with whom you must walk and talk? Sounds pretty fantastic, doesn't it? And yet young people often feel this is the price that's asked if they want to be socially accepted by the group.
Life magazine recently published a report which revealed some of the attitudes at a number of top prep schools. Life's reporter heard such statements as these: "You are caught between two poles: the System and what you believe in. Maybe it's taking the chicken way out, but you just don't want to get exposed, so you follow the System. ... You follow rules—build facades—and then wonder who you really are."
The Persistency of the Word of God
PETER B. BIGGINS
Mildred E. Kendall
ELLEN SHANK COLLINS
"Be still, and know"
MARGERY TODAHL BLOKHINE
"The barrel of meal wasted not"
HAZEL L. WALKER
"As this little child"
JANET DOUD DRISKILL
Pearl Strachan Hurd
What Are We Admitting?
Ellen Learns to Pray
HELEN MAY MUNDELL
The No. 1 Problem
Helen Wood Bauman
The Christlike View
Carl J. Welz
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
with contributions from Ivy Lilyan Burtwell, N. Clive Shippey
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Carol L. Parks
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Maria L. Degemeyer
I should like to express my sincere...
Recently I have felt so comforted...
M. Doreen Nichols
As one trained in and, for some...
Russell A. Collins
I never intended to be a Christian Scientist....
Alice G. Dahn
Some years ago I was suddenly...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from J. W. Mellick, Oliver E. Thompson