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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 29, 1969.
By the mounts (Jer. 33:4)
The "mounts," or more exactly "mounds," were sloping embankments of earth built against the walls of a city by its besiegers, who could walk up these "mounds" and so enter the city. The Hebrew preposition rendered "by" also means "against." Commentators contend that the houses mentioned in this verse were demolished to form a barricade against the mounds and the invaders scaling them.
"Moved with compassion"
"A youth that never grows old"
Changing the Notion of Chance
ELOISE PATTILLO HENDRICK
The Healing Rebuke
Buying for Ourselves
Erase the Tape
JAMAE WOLFRAM RICHARDSON
JOHN P. HEALY
Man—Not Automatic but Inspirational
William Milford Correll
Safe on the Streets
Alan A. Aylwin
My gratitude for Christ Jesus, the Way-shower, and for Mrs. Eddy...
Elizabeth L. Rominger with contributions from Virginia R. Clark
On page 449 of the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health...
Ella A. Mott with contributions from Vivian Deland
RADIO PROGRAM No. 376 - When Teen-agers Miss a Parent's Love
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Philip Metcalf
Signs of the Times