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A small child may be blissfully unaware of the evil in the human world because he has been protected by his parents and his human environment. Therefore his innocent attitude is untested, and he may lose it as he grows up.
The student of Christian Science, on the other hand, progressively gains innocence as he grows into the spiritual understanding that evil has no real basis from which to promote itself. The individual who expresses a degree of spiritual innocence that he has earned may often appear to have the same basic simplicity about him that a child has.
RICHARD A. NENNEMAN
A Precision Religion
CHARLES WILLIAM FELBER
It's Great to Be Humble
JULIE CAMPBELL TATHAM
"O THOU THAT HEAREST PRAYER..."
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
JOY V. DUELAND
A Family in India
(By an Indian mother)
God Is Close
Kathleen Els Mallet
THE HORSE RIDE
Marcia Lyn Satterwhite
We Did It on the Way to School!
Deirdre Maude Shaw and Alison Bliss Selover
Carl J. Welz
Learning to Say "No"
Maxine Le Pelley
I am most grateful that my parents enrolled me in a Christian Science Sunday School...
Ida A. Dowling
While a teen-ager, I suffered from stammering
Martin J. Webb
Over thirty years ago, when I was a youngster, I noticed a...
Sylvia May Nickel with contributions from Philip Horstman