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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 March 6, 1966.]
They are destroyed from morning to evening (Job 4:20)
Eliphaz is championing the righteous by describing the fate of the unrighteous, showing the quickness of their destruction. The Revised Standard Version translates, "Between morning and evening they are destroyed"; while Moffatt has, "Crushed in a single day."
"Heredity is not a law"
FRANK R. S. GIFFORD
MAUDE A. STEPHENSON
P. Rhodes Bowen
"The Revelation of Jesus Christ"
ARMELLE BÉLICHON HAND
Finding Real Cause
HENRY F. MUNDT
"Because I go unto my Father"
EMMA E. AKIN
Safe in Water, Air, and on Land
CARYL WALLER KRUEGER
Helen Wood Bauman
God Speaks to Us Today
Carl J. Welz
The first sentence in the textbook...
Katherine M. Kraff
Some years after the Second...
It is with much gratitude for all...
Alice R. Hallam
When I was a young child, a...
Joan O. Duff
It is with much gratitude for the...
Lillie E. Benham
Christian Science has been my...
Lulu E. Swang
One of the joyous experiences...
Frances Althea McQuoid
Signs of the Times
Robert William Croskery
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
Maurice J. Mansergh