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From the Directors
A Statement on Pacifism
The Church of Christ, Scientist, is deeply committed to the establishment of peace on earth and to unceasing search for pacific methods of settling national differences. It is not a pacifist church, however, as the term is applied to such religious bodies as the Quakers and the Mennonites. It does not enjoin on its members either support of or opposition to military action as an instrument of national policy.
This does not mean that it is indifferent to the moral issues of war and peace. Its Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, writes in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany (p. 278), "War is in itself an evil, barbarous, devilish." But she indicates in related passages that it may sometimes be the lesser of two evils and that armaments may be necessary for the prevention of war and the preservation of peace.
How God Helps Humanity
HELEN C. MOON
Equality of Opportunity
ROBERT J. HILL
Mind Governs the Potato Patch
EVELYN M. S. DUCKETT
Joseph W. Paddock
The First Date Is with Manhood
The Oneness of Mind
ELLEN C. LESSITER
Who Was Jesus?
Helen Wood Bauman
Heaven and Hell
Alan A. Aylwin
From the Directors
The Christian Science Board of Directors
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Suzanne S. Carter
One summer, as I was vacationing with my family in northern...
Richard Theodore Goodwin
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Hamilton Killen, Jr.
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Linda Clark Allbritten
The wonderfully encouraging words at the very beginning of the...
Mignon Wardwell Pearl
In the Bible we read, "The word of God is quick, and powerful...
Jean F. Swinney
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 404 - What Determines What You Read and See?
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Jack Krieger
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Canon G. Armstrong