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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 January 24, 1965.]
Judgment hall (John 18:33)
The Greek word praitorion, corresponding to the Latin practorium, was a term regularly used to describe the official residence of a Roman governor, which, in this instance, seems to have been used as a judgment hall.
"Obedience is the offspring of Love"
MARION L. DOUGLASS
Surmounting the Claims of Adolescence
"I HAVE CALLED YOU FRIENDS"
Mildred E. Kendall
"Ready to speak plainly"
EDWARD LEE SPENCER
ELEANOR MEATH BAGLEY
"TAKE WITH YOU WORDS"
Daisy Stieber Squadra
"Between thee and him"
FREDERICK R. BELLMAR
Parents, Teen-agers, and Self-government
Carl J. Welz
Church and "a higher humanity"
Ralph E. Wagers
Man is made "in the image of...
Eleanor F. Gilman
When the film "The Mother Church in Action"...
Mirella Trapanese with contributions from Rita Trapanese
"It is a good thing to give...
My way to express gratitude for...
Dora E. Gillam
Some forty years ago I was enrolled...
Mary Virginia Summer
I am very grateful for Christian Science...
Being a somewhat new student...
Vance T. Broadwell
Signs of the Times