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A More Humane World
The series of articles dealing with the plight of abused children just finishing in The Christian Science Monitor shows in stark delineation the need for spiritual enlightenment of the human race. Much can and will be done to correct the inhumane treatment of the helpless young through many avenues of reform and by sympathetic watchfulness on the part of people responsible. But this is not enough. Human thought must be radically improved in general if inhumanity is to disappear from the earth.
Every individual in universal humanity contributes to the general state of the human mind. Each one brings light to the world in the measure of his Christliness, or else he brings the darkness of callous indifference to brutal conditions. So a great duty of those who know something of Christian Science is to contribute to the general thought by expressing the Christ-power that destroys evil at its roots—in consciousness. The Christ-power is manifested directly through prayer, and scientific prayer is a positive act of mercy.
DONALDA VON POELLNITZ
"In quietness and in confidence"
HOWARD WESLEY ELKINS
Stature or Status Symbols?
MARY RETTA TITUS
"Take up thy bed" and Live!
WALTER W. BARKWORTH
LORRAINE J. NEALY
Truth Is Instantaneous
EDGAR F. WRIGHT
One Shepherd, Twelve Sheep
A More Humane World
Helen Wood Bauman
The Need for Form in Our Lives
William Milford Correll
Christian Science found me working as a medical secretary in the...
Phyllis H. Stoddard
Following many weary years of semi-invalidism, I went to Florida...
Jane A. Warren with contributions from H. Russell Warren, Henry C. Knabb, Edith A. Knabb
One night I awoke with a very painful sore throat, so painful...
Wilfrid Hinde with contributions from Grace Hamrick McGowan
As the result of a visit of a kind woman who was a Christian Scientist...
Betty A. Thirlwell with contributions from E. C. Thirlwell
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 378 - The Love That Makes Free
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Harvey Wood