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SALT and the fan
Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (SALT) talks are of vital importance to all of us. The talks address a critical issue— whether the U.S. and U.S.S.R. are capable of putting a cap on the arms race. Will the provisions of the treaty effectively establish arms limitations? Will the treaty be in the best interests of the U.S.? The U.S.S.R.? The world?
A major debate over these issues is shaping up. Public opinion may play a large role in deciding whether the treaty is worthy of ratification. Does the Christian Science Sentinel take a position in this emerging debate? It does—the position that, with divine help, people are capable of making a wise decision, one that is in the interest of all mankind.
Spirit's rhythm, not biorhythms
WILLIAM E. MOODY
The best companions
On handling personality clashes
PERSIS E. ZUBER
Cleanliness and true purity
GLENN M. LINDEN
EVELYN M. S. DUCKETT
Looking for a summer job?
ELIZABETH ANNE VALENTINE
Why wait? Agree with God now
BEVERLY MILGRAM BOWLES
Seeing through Science, not through the senses
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Christ's compelling presence
The senior prom
Rhoda Merle Ford
I learned of Christian Science after the medical profession...
Doris Hickman Burrell
Christian Science has always been my way of life, and I'm...
Catherine Wood LePoidevin with contributions from Richard Louis LePoidevin
About two years ago I injured my leg and knee, which made it...
Royden C. Richardson with contributions from Jacqueline Richardson
When I was still a teen-ager I lived with a relative who was...
Teresa A. de Mac Hannaford
When I first began the study of Christian Science, I had...
Ellen Bradley with contributions from Ronald W. Bradley