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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 October 15, 1967.
God... sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins (I John 4:10)
For the Greek word hilasmos, here translated "propitiation," Goodspeed offers the rendering "an atoning sacrifice." The New English Bible refers to God as "sending his Son as the remedy for the defilement of our sins."
Lord, shew us the Father, and it sufficeth us (John 14:8)
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JOSEPH G. HEARD
Donalda von Poellnitz
The Water of Life
JEAN M. SNYDER
"Am I a God at hand?"
PAUL AGNEW RANDALL
Dating—on a Firm Foundation
PRISCILLA A. ALEXANDER
An Interview: with a Novelist
with contributions from Henrietta Buckmaster
Taking Our Stand
Helen Wood Bauman
"With God's help I can do it!"
Alan A. Aylwin
In 1916 a very good acquaintance of mine sent a package of...
My gratitude to Christian Science is beyond any words to express
Mary Elizabeth Machin
When a young girl, I was riding horseback on a barren hill one...
Beatrice Warren Dilcock
The study and practice of Christian Science constantly helps...
Lola Ann Frye with contributions from Elaine L. Frye
As a young girl I longed to have a religion that had proof of its...
Beryl R. Margetts
Signs of the Times
Frank Halliday Ferris