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Freedom from chance

Many people feel, intuitively, that gambling is wrong. But what about other forms of luck and chance in our lives? Are we alert to the false assumptions behind them as well?

From the June 29, 1987 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel


Some people are beginning to question the moral costs of public lotteries and games of chance. This author explores the spiritual rewards of challenging any tendency to pin our hopes on luck.