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Christian Science Church Center
PROGRESS REPORT No. 19
Everyone should benefit when a large urban institution alters the cityscape with an extensive building program. That is why improvement of the central city of Boston and the Back Bay section has been one of the ideas behind the Christian Science Church Center. The Center is planned primarily to meet the needs of the Church, but it most certainly will be a great benefit to Boston.
Isolated planning, which does not take account of the activities and requirements of other groups and the total environment, no longer meets today's urban needs, let alone anticipates tomorrow's demands.
Specific public needs, such as open space, better housing, convenient shopping, and improved traffic and parking have been considered by Carl B. Rechner, Development Consultant for The Mother Church, in his work with architects and city planners.
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No Man Is Inferior
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
The Recuperative Power of God
JEANNE STEELY LAITNER
Giving a Cup of Cold Water
God's Eternal, Infinite Provision
WELLMAN E. GERKE
MAN, THE EXPRESSION OF GOD'S BEING
Margery Todahl Blokhine
An Interview: with a Diplomat
with contributions from Howard Palfrey Jones
Esther M. Scheck Peterson
Where We Are: Our Present Demonstration
Helen Wood Bauman
A Religion for the Thinker
Alan A. Aylwin
Words are inadequate to express my gratitude for Christian Science...
Beverly R. Smith with contributions from Norman S. Alderson, Grace Marie Reineman
Jesus said (John 8:32), "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth...
LaMay Boeker Kent
As a high school and college student, my performance in formal...
William Karl Hilzinger
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 332 - Giving Children a Basis for Self-respect, Part II
Theodore Clapp with contributions from Florence Ludgate
Signs of the Times
Letters to the Press
with contributions from Ralph A. Heisel, Leslie A. Tufts