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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 May 14, 1967.
Hath begotten us again unto a lively hope (I Pet. 1:3)
The Greek word here rendered "lively" is the regular term which has the literal meaning of "living." Moffatt suggests, "We have been born anew to a life of hope"; and the Revised Standard Version, "We have been born anew to a living hope."
In the last time (I Pet. 1:5)
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The Importance of the Virgin Birth
ERNEST H. LYONS, JR.
The Inextinguishable Light
GLADYS C. GIRARD
"More than profession"
P. RHODES BOWEN
Mildred Lincoln Russell
Prayer: Precise and Specific
MARIAN LEE RAY
Overcoming Fear of Examinations
EDGAR F. WRIGHT
ANNIE B. SMITH
Sydney Derek Hill
Carl J. Welz
No Dependence on Drugs
William Milford Correll
I wish to express my unbounded gratitude for Mary Baker Eddy...
Marian S. Westbrook
It is with a heart full of gratitude for Christian Science that I...
Amy Eleanor Erickson
Christian Science has healed my wife and me of the effects of...
Ernest Joseph Breton, Jr. with contributions from Mary Joy Dean Breton
Jesus said (Matt. 11:28), "Come unto me, all ye that labour...
Ruth Kruse with contributions from Karl Kruse
Signs of the Times
Albert F. Ledebuhr