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The answer to racial strife
Racial strife is a dangerous and malevolent battle tactic of godlessness. Seeking to destroy the native unity between individuals and rip apart the fabric of society, it would attack the very roots of spiritual being. We can find immense encouragement in the fact that such an attempt must prove abortive and that through prayer the facts of spiritual being can emerge more forcefully on the human scene.
The underlying thought in racism—progenitor of racial violence—is that man is material and that some individuals are inherently inferior to others. This attitude falsely exalts matter and mortality to positions of actuality, causality, and power. In doing so, it denies the allness of God and His manifestation. In a devalued concept of creation such as this, it follows that human lives have unleashed on them the forces of hatred, selfishness, fear, and prejudice, triggering the reaction of violence.
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RICHARD A. NENNEMAN
Something can be done about the weather
MABEL M. SCHULZ
Written for the Sentinel
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SHEILA P. GEIER
JUNE McCLENEGHAN FOWLER
Birth—natural and safe
ROBERT A. WILKIN
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EUGENE F. CORBIN
The Christ is there
BEULAH M. ROEGGE
Stillness in action
NATHAN A. TALBOT
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MABEL A. KETCHAM
My introduction to this Science was in the Christian Science Sunday School...
GLADYS BRAMLEY BROOKE with contributions from RUPERT BROOKE
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JOANNA H. CHAPMAN
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OSCAR LITTLE with contributions from ERNESTINE LITTLE, VINCENT LITTLE