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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 October 5, 1969.
Be not children in understanding: howbeit in malice be ye children, but in understanding be men (I Cor. 14:20)
It may be observed that two different Greek words or phrases are represented in this verse by the words, "Be ... children." In the second case, "in malice be ye children," a more exact rendering would be, "be ye infants." Moreover, the word rendered "men" means properly, "perfect or mature." Weymouth has, "Do not be mentally children. As regards evil indeed be babes, but in intelligence be mature."
Decline (Prov. 4:5) (verb)
Seeking Rightly Can Bring Peace
GORDON V. COMER
What May We Expect?
"The Love that casts out fear"
HARRY DE LASAUX
Man Is Satisfied
Have a Good Time
An Interview: about the physical sciences
with contributions from F. Karl Willenbrock
Christian Science versus Lawlessness
Helen Wood Bauman
Body and Soul
William Milford Correll
I am humbly grateful for the liberation that comes to us through...
Gertrude P. Fogel
At one time I was serving as cook in a Christian Science House
Lucy Marion Bennett
A statement by Mrs. Eddy inscribed on the wall of a Church of Christ, Scientist,...
Mildred F. Newton
I would like to express my gratitude for Christian Science, a...
Alida De Boer-Sibie
In gratitude for Christian Science I relate the following healing
Clarissa Nancy Lomas
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 390 - What Does Education Mean to You?
The speaker is Harvey Wood. The questioner is David McAlary.
Signs of the Times
Herman B. Teeter