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The Christian Science Monitor
Not too long ago there was a photograph in The Christian Science Monitor of a soldier who had found a quiet moment to play with his small son. It was a poignant reminder of how much more natural it is for a father to hold his child than a gun.
It is our right to love. And every circumstance like the foregoing hints at this. It is a right that is given to us by God. Through understanding God as Love itself, as the Bible describes Him, and man's relation to God, we come to see that this right can't be taken away from us. It includes expressing love ourselves and seeing it expressed.
Peace through the sword of Spirit
Julio C. Rivas T.
Flood tides of Love
No obscurity for Christly justice
David G. Mutch
New home, no friends?
The REAL you
Jean M. Immerwahr
Is it possible to pray all the time?
Leonore Ida Rathbun
Letters to the Press
with contributions from James Robert Corbett, Nathan A. Talbot
Why choose to be a Christian Scientist?
Ruth E. Lambert
Love never leaves us
Carolyn B. Swan
The understanding that heals
William E. Moody
What joy it is to be able to express my gratitude for Christian Science!
Rose Daisy McDonald
"Ye shall not need to fight in this battle: set yourselves, stand...
Cheryl Godfrey Daniels
Several years ago a testimony written by my grandmother, in...
Ronald Frederick Warncke
My husband and I commenced the study of Christian Science...
Enid G. Wilson with contributions from Andrew Wilson, John F. Wilson