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Many of you have undoubtedly been following The Christian Science Monitor's peace contest. More than twelve hundred entries were received from thirty countries, and a panel of distinguished judges selected the essays which they felt were most deserving. Portions of these essays have been published in the Monitor.
Nearly everyone who participated felt he or she had been stirred to think more directly and practically about the subject of peace. The judges commented in a recent interview on MONITORADIO that they had felt their own thought stirred in a positive direction as a result of their review of the essays received.
A rewarding priority
Supply and expression
MIRIAM B. DAMSGAARD
Dominion versus addiction
MARIAN C. ENGLISH
Does God's man have free will?
JOHN E. SWEENEY
A God large enough for large-scale problems
ALLISON W. PHINNEY, JR.
Caring: a privilege from God
From a newspaper interview with a Christian Science lecturer
Jim McChesney with contributions from Arno Preller
Something special Wednesday night
Judith Ann Hardy
I feel blessed to be employed at a school where...
LAUREL A. FAWCETT with contributions from IAN FAWCETT
I was brought up in Judaism, and I always felt a closeness to...
ELEANOR K. SACHS
Since my first testimony appeared in an issue of the Sentinel...
LOUISE M. MOSMAN