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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 April 30, 1967.
He divided unto them his living (Luke 15:12)
The Greek noun bios (living) is used in various senses, including "life" in a lower sense of the word, as found in Luke 8:14; but also, "means of life, livelihood" or, again, "goods or property." Life in its deeper and more spiritual implications is zoe, as found in John 14:6: "I am the way, the truth, and the life." Berry well distinguishes the two words as follows: "Zoe is life in its principle, and is used for spiritual and immortal life; bios is life in its manifestations, denoting the manner of life."
The best robe (Luke 15:22)
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Our Spiritual Medicine
PETER J. HENNIKER-HEATON
"The medicine of Science"
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
The Importance of Christian Character
DOROTHY RICE ARMATO
"Seek safety in divine Science"
VIRGINIA P. ONDERDONK
Harriet L. Bossard
One Can Feel Inward Joy
ANNETTE JEAN HORNSTEIN
Rising "to the inspirational"
NATHAN A. TALBOT
"In the regeneration"
Helen Wood Bauman
Homosexuality Can Be Healed
Carl J. Welz
Gratitude for God's healing power and love for Christian Science...
Gertrude M. Houghton
One day several years ago I went swimming with five other...
June D. Rodefeld
I have relied on Christian Science to meet my every need all...
Nadine Talbot Chaffin
I turned to Christian Science after I was married and had children
Ravona S. Carver with contributions from Virginia M. Carver
Mrs. Eddy writes in the textbook, Science and Health (p.1)...
Ruth Yearley Rau
Signs of the Times
with contributions from A. F. Jordan