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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 June 23, 1968.
The Word was with God (John 1:1)
The Greek preposition pros, here rendered "with," is found in New Testament Greek in a wide variety of senses. Primarily, it has the implication of "motion towards" an object or a person, but it often corresponds closely to the French chez. McGregor contends that as used here "it expresses 'nearness' combined with the sense of 'movement towards' God. and so indicates an active relationship."
Learn to Pray
Meeting Aggressive Evil
HELEN S. ANDERSON
RAYMOND JACKSON ALLEN
What Are We Expecting?
New Bottles for New Wine
ROGER L. WEINHEIMER
Russell Loved His Enemy
ARTHUR HAMPTON CRAWFORD
Youth and immortality
RICHARD B. FRANTZREB
THOUGHTS ON LOVE
Arliss B. Harmon
Helen Wood Bauman
Now Is the Time to Show Our Love
Alan A. Aylwin
I have been a student of Christian Science for many years and...
In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy writes (Pref., p. vii), "To those...
Helen Virginia Bardin
Although I attended a Christian Science Sunday School from an...
Susan Rae Nelson
Many years ago my first testimony appeared in the Sentinel
Mabel Mary Robberson
Every year for many years it has been our pleasure to vacation at...
Beryl F. Peters with contributions from W. Lester Peters
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 323 - Where Does Good Government Start?
Richard Lombardi with contributions from Jerome K. Franke
Signs of the Times