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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 July 12, 1964.]
Husbandman (John 15:1)
(huz'band-man—u as in up, both a's as in account). In English, its basic meaning is "one that plows and cultivates land; fanner." In the present context Pltummer considers that the reference is to "the Owner of the soil Who tends His Vine and the branches." The Riverside New Testament suggests the translation, "Vine-grower."
Every branch that beareth fruit, he purgeth it (John 15:2)
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ALBERT LLEWELLYN LATHAM
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PAULINE B. RADER
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ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
Phyllis Whittaker Hamilton
BEULAH ALICE BLANCHARD
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GEORGIA LA FOLLETTE SCHAD
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LYDIA JONES QUINN
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Helen Wood Bauman
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Virginia Swafford David
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