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Action on Campus
[For young adults]
Yours is the action generation. Students have a tremendous desire to see action taken on long-standing injustices in society. Some students are trying to improve things by protest demonstrations. Others are working more quietly through reason and persuasion. Some do both. Often they carry on in an atmosphere thick with bitterness and frustration. But a great number of college students feel reserved about protest demonstrations and left out by private negotiations. Still, they are keenly interested in progress. They want to be involved in the action. But how can they be?
There is a way. It is through prayer in Christian Science. Scientific prayer is the finest way to get involved in human progress, because it makes basic changes in the way people think.
Positive Good Annuls Negative Evil
HELEN C. HERRING
A Clear Right-of-way
JOHN A. THOMASSON
Repression or Expression?
JEANNE GUERIN BENGSTON
SPIRITUAL INTENT AND THE SKYLARK
Milton B. Marks
Error Must Be Condemned
M. BETH KELLAM
Action on Campus
J. THOMAS BLACK
One Divine Standard of Living
NANCY JOY PERKINS
So You Are Moving!
MARY ELIZABETH LEEVER
BARBARA MARY FERGUSON
To Care for the Environment
Carl J. Welz
A Job Well Done
Alan A. Aylwin
I would like to tell of a healing I experienced only last year
Clarence E. King with contributions from Maude S. King, Ruel D. King
Mrs. Eddy writes in Science and Health (p. 494), "Divine Love...
Renee F. K. Vine with contributions from Virginia J. Burks
I have been a student of Christian Science for thirty-six years,...
Charles Bosworth Cook
Some years ago my husband was employed by the Government...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from George Walker, T. W. Thomas