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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 February 9, 1969.
Thou compassest my path and my lying down (Ps. 139:3)
The Hebrew verb here rendered "compass" means literally to "sift" or "winnow" ; and when used figuratively as in this verse, it suggests the thought of careful examination, as in the phrase "to sift evidence." Moffatt's translation is, "Walking or resting, I am scanned by thee."
The Burden of Proof
HARRIET C. ROBERTS
The Log Jam
W. RALPH ROCKHOLD
Renounce, Not Denounce
RUTH MARNIE MAHNKEN
LET'S BE ON GUARD!
Esther M. Scheck Peterson
RAYMOND JACKSON ALLEN
The Story of Billy Parrot
RICHARD LEE PETERS
TO CLAIM A CROWN
Daisy Stieber Squadra
Helen Wood Bauman
Alan A. Aylwin
During World War II, I attempted to enlist in the United States...
Kenneth E. Steiner
Although I attended a Christian Science Sunday School regularly...
John Brian Berry with contributions from Diana Berry
With a heart filled with gratitude, I offer my testimony
Because I want the world to know what Christian Science has...
Elizabeth M. Watson
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 356-A Key Factor in Spiritual Healing
with contributions from Jack Krieger, Theodore Clapp
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Harold Blake Walker, Senator Mark O. Hatfield