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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 August 3, 1969.
Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal (I Cor. 13:1)
"Charity" here represents the Greek agape, which most modern translators now render in its original meaning of "love." In place of the phrase "sounding brass" the Revised Standard Version suggests, "a noisy gong." The word rendered "brass" means more strictly "copper" or "bronze." Here it may apply to some kind of musical instrument. Weymouth prefers, "I am a blaring trumpet," going on to refer to "a clanging cymbal."
The guilty (Ex. 34:7)
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Poverty Can Be Overcome
LUCIEN P. CAILLE
The Right Kind of Activist
WINIFRED M. JOHNSON
Governed by God, Not by Chance
JACK HILLMAN THORNTON
Truth Is the Victor
J. WOODRUFF SMITH
Expressing Principle in Human Affairs
BARBARA JUERGENS FOX
What's the Opposite of a White Hat?
PRISCILLA A. ALEXANDER
Never to Discredit
Helen Wood Bauman
William Milford Correll
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Dora S. Fetzer with contributions from Ernest C. Fetzer
After World War II I had the opportunity to travel rather...
Timothy D. Clark
The most wonderful thing about Christian Science is that it is the...
Lucinda L. Painter
"Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom he hath redeemed...
Edith F. Christensen
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 381 - Do You Resist Progress?
with contributions from David McAlary, H. Dickinson Rathbun
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Robert S. Bilheimer, George W. Cornell
Letters to the Press
Bryan G. Pope