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[The above is substantially the text of the program released for broadcast the weekend of June 15–17 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. 11 - The Problem Drinker and Religion
HOST: Everybody knows the tremendous problem alcoholism has become. The loss to American industry alone has been estimated at more than a billion dollars annually. Fortune Magazine quoted one man as saying: "My drinking reduced everything about my work efficiency because I was always tired, always foggy. ... I lost a cool $100,000 of the firm's money."
A clue to what lies behind the drinking problem is indicated in an article on women drinkers in The Saturday Evening Post, which says, "The woman alcoholic has lost her way in life, and drinking has become a way of living." And it continues: "Instead of facing reality, they try to change it with a drink. ... They try alcohol, then they find they can't get along without it."
A Correct View of Money
Evil Is Nothing
VIRGINIA LAYNG WILLIAMS
Almeda Doris Lobaugh
What Is the Prayer That Avails?
MARION P. PHILLIPS
THE WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETING
To Love Is to Bless and to Be Blessed
EVELYN MAY GARNHAM
LACY BELL RICHTER
"The Christian Scientist has enlisted"
MARIE ANTOINETTE COWING
"I am not hurt, and I know the reason why"
CLIFF WALTER KRUEGER
A Parable of Persistence
Helen Wood Bauman
Christian Scientists and Vaccination
Ralph E. Wagers
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Lelia O. Felder
For several years I always carried...
Wilbur S. Jenkins
About nine years ago, when we...
Juanita M. Nelson
My gratitude to God for our...
Hazel Marie Cass
It is with the greatest joy and...
Several years ago my husband...
When I first heard of Christian Science...
Hilda M. Bangerter Bush
Signs of the Times
with contributions from George Todt, Urlic Jelinek