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College Testing Times
[Of Special Interest to Young Men and Women]
One of the beliefs that sometimes attacks the youth of today during his college experience is a false sense of intellectuality. The desire to be brilliantly progressive often ensnares the young man or Young woman into following a group pattern of mouthing materialistic philosophies in a pseudosearch for truth.
Sometimes the young Christian Scientist who, during his high school years proved God's unerring law to be in operation, now finds himself falling into this trap of material thinking, and lie begins to drift away from his regular studs of Christian Science. He becomes confused, finds questions arising for which he has no answers, and unwittingly looks for excuses to justify his present mental condition. Stern steps are required to dispel his doubts.
It is imperative for the Scientist to know that Christian Science is not another exploration into truth, but that it is the truth, God's law. This law has always existed for everyone to demonstrate in daily life. It is by the spiritual understanding that comes to one through the earnest study of this Science that one is able to use it practically.
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The Chemistry of Christian Science
ERNEST H. LYONS, JR.
The Leaven "in three measures of meal"
The First Law of Heaven
WELLMAN E. GERKE
College Testing Times
MILDRED L. HOCKER
Esther M. Scheck Peterson
An Improved Disposition Brings Healing
THE AGELESS ONES
Norma MacDow Kemon
Christian Science and Natural Science
Carl J. Welz
Christian Science and the Businessman
Ralph E. Wagers
The Bible account of the crossing...
Howard Milton Smith
Words are inadequate to express...
Hugh L. Davenport
My first healing took place almost...
About four years ago, I was...
Viola Lindstrom Barton
I am eight years old, and I feel...
Judith Kemp with contributions from Doreen Marian Kemp
After repeated invitations from...
Fay Finney McKinney
Signs of the Times
George R. Farnum