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Signs of the Times
The Reverend F. W. BakewellChrist Church (Congregational)in The BeaconMorecambe, Lancashire, England
The Christian life must never be thought of as something isolated from what a man may call his legitimate secular pursuits. A man does not act now and again as a Christian and at another time as a politician or a schoolmaster ...or a tradesman or whatever else he may be. Christian vocation does not cut across life's normal activities, it is bound up with their every aspect, and thereby gives to it a special quality and a spiritual significance. The life of the individual Christian is something which is in the process of becoming a unity. A Christian is one in whose life the division between the secular and the sacred is ceasing to have any reality.
Discipline versus indulgence
HELEN OAKLEY ROCKHOLD
PETER B. VANDERHOEF
The Shepherding Mind
MERLE W. MILLER
Where Am I?
MARY JANE MERRILL COLUMB
WITNESS FOR TRUTH
WELLMAN E. GERKE
Never an Underabundance
KATHY LOUISE COLLINS
THE VERB "TO BE"
Dilys Z. Heelan
An Important Message to All Members from The Christian Science Board of Directors
The Christian Science Board of Directors
To End War
Carl J. Welz
Watching on the Highway
Mary Baker Eddy states on page 1 of the Christian Science...
Fannie R. Campbell with contributions from Edwin Campbell, William Rosser Campbell
Over twenty years ago, before I knew anything of Christian Science...
Agnes P. Fraser with contributions from Lilli Wolfram, Eugene F. Corbin
A number of years ago it became mandatory for me to drive an...
Virginia Ditmire with contributions from Jeanne R. Husman
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 441 - Helping Prevent Crime
with contributions from Parker Thomas, Rob McKinnon
Signs of the Times
F. W. Bakewell