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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 December 28, 1969.
The Revelation of Jesus Christ (Rev. 1:1)
The Greek noun rendered "Revelation" is apokalypsis, from which is derived our word "Apocalypse," often used as an alternative name for the book of Revelation. Apokalypsis itself comes from the Greek preposition apo (from) and the verb kalyptein (to hide, or hiding)—the thought being that it signifies that which removes from hiding, and consequently reveals.
The Lord's day (Rev. 1:10)
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ETHEL L. SINEATH
The Other Fellow
GRACE E. ROWNTREE
The Song the Angels Sing
RAYMOND F. KELLER
A Boy's Solution
Freedom from Financial Burdens
Are We Yielding or Resisting?
JAYNE D. LUCE
THE LIGHT OF CHRISTMAS
Doris Lambert Keller
Christmas Is Love
JERRY H. WELZ
Helen Wood Bauman
In Defense of Business
William Milford Correll
A healing through Christian Science is more than a mere restoration
During my tour of duty in the service in World War II, I...
Robert W. Greene, Jr.
I have had many proofs of God's loving care throughout the...
Helen Bruder with contributions from Robert C. Maxwell
I feel compelled to write my testimony as one more witness to the...
Lillie May Harbron
I am grateful for parents who taught me that God is Love and...
Susan Elaine Erskine with contributions from Ruth E. Erskine
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 402 - Communication That Heals
with contributions from Jerome Franke, Harlan Witham
Signs of the Times
Leslie Skerry Olsen