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Words of Current Interest
Related to the Lesson-Sermon for October 13, 1974, in the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE QUARTERLY Subject: Are Sin, Disease, and Death Real?
Seek ye me in vain (Isa. 45:19)
The word translated "vain" also has the meanings of desolation, desert, an empty place, or chaos. The New English Bible has, "'Look for me in the empty void.' " Moffatt takes the word in an adverbial sense: "grope for me blindly."
Touching the Almighty, we cannot find him out (Job 37:23)
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The Science Jesus Practiced
JACK EDWARD FOSS
From Changed Concepts, Better Bodies
ELIZABETH LOVE ROTHE
Loving Ourselves More
Ann C. Stewart
Shall We Stick It Out?
HAMILTON KILLEN, JR.
Less Talk, More Communication
ELIZABETH CARROLL DeWINDT
I Was Living on Campus
EVAN DAVID TAUSCH
What Are You Expecting?
HELEN R. CONROYD
God Is Good
Melinda Sue Updike (written at age 9)
Is Human Approval Really Necessary?
Self-knowledge: An Essential
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Over a rather long period of time, the belief of being an inadequate...
Aletha Booth with contributions from Timothy R. Booth
My mother found Christian Science before I was born, and my...
Elizabeth White, Georgianna W. Mays
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Elvira L. Lone de Sosa