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to understand the eternality of Life
You who read this article, and I who write it, are alive. We take that for granted. But what is life—in particular, the life we are living today?
Not many of us are interested in investigating what is referred to as the scientific aspect of this question—or capable of doing so. The genetic theory is in the forefront right now, but if the past is a criterion, other theories will be forthcoming until human thought is led to turn from a sense of life as material to at least begin to consider life from a spiritual standpoint.
Generally we think of the life we are living as beginning at birth and ending in death. But what about eternal Life—the Life that has no beginning and no ending?
Undiminishing Strength and Vitality
LARNED L. TUTTLE
The Support of the Christ
EDWIN R. ALLEY
Our Talent to Love
JEANNE STEELY LAITNER
THE RISEN MAN
Kate Holland Patton
"Each succeeding year..."
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SHARON SLATON HOWELL
Unfading Beauty and Strength
ANNETTE JEAN HORNSTEIN-JANPOL
RALPH E. WAGERS
God Never Made a Hurt
Grace Soden Haerle
Man's Sinless Origin
Carl J. Welz
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Clayton B. Thomas
One day in February, 1970, while I was painting a picture...
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Bertha Kline Schenck with contributions from Jodie Ellen Fisher
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H. Gladys Martin
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Harriet Ann Gahr with contributions from Ted Gahr, Donald M. Griswold