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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 May 10, 1964.]
A living soul (Gen. 2:7)
The Hebrew word nephesh, here translated "soul," was used in a variety of senses, varying with the context in which the word appeared. Thus the Jews sometimes used nephesh to express soul or life; while elsewhere it is employed to mean self, or person; or, again, passion or appetite. In the present context Moffatt suggests, "a living being."
The Gift of Giving
EDNA MAY EVANS WHITE
"The scientific sense of health"
MAURICE MC C. CHURCH
J. THOMAS BOGGS
The Unsought Way
CONSTANCE MARIE NEALE
BRUCE W. JUNKER
A College Student Writes
Overcoming Resistance to Healing
Helen Wood Bauman
Love Is All
Carl J. Welz
During the past several years I...
Donald van Zelm Wadsworth
I write this testimony with great...
F. Martina Colombo
In the Bible we are told, "There...
Lacy Ann Bosquez with contributions from Ann Seaton Bosquez
When I was a young girl, my...
Marjorie Marie Urban
I learned of Christian Science...
Mary C. Sweatt
Christian Science came to my...
Arthur F. Fruik
Years ago, before I knew much...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Cecil G. Osborne, W. W. Rose