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So often we speak of it in polarized groups, as if it were some wild beast that needed taming—or as if we needed taming in order to live there. Instead of analyzing it, perhaps we should learn to love the city and see in it the demonstration, not of the lowest human denominators, but of the divine attributes of God. A city has to be run in an orderly fashion, and the opportunities to express Love, Truth, and Principle—the government of God—are countless.
SAM L. HORNBEAK
DORCAS W. STRONG
No penalty for latecomers
The best city to live in
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Truth's penetration of the city
Making the city our own
STEVEN LEE FAIR
Florence B. Arnett
Children in the city of Truth
J. DENIS GLOVER
Developing the potential of inner-city children
KAREN ANITA CORSEY
Mary E. Ailshire
My introduction to Christian Science came over twenty years...
Hazel A. Dunn with contributions from Merle La Vonne Warren, James Michael Warren
While playing in a garden as a child, I jumped on a pointed...
Nancy Jo Knabe Cranmer with contributions from Ruth Taplin