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The Christian Science Monitor
Perspective is not an easy thing to gain possession of. But when I look over events that have taken place in our lifetime, I can't help believing that future historians will see this time as one of personal and collective anguish—much of it the anguish of self-examination.
There is a vast range of books, plays, movies, and music coming out of North America, Latin America, Africa, Europe, and Asia that tell of people struggling to understand how their homelands have become what they are. The names of those who are creating this body of literature are as diverse as are their nationalities. Their ideas and hopes and personal experiences find their way into our lives by many paths. Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Natan Sharansky, Alan Paton, Steve Biko, Miriam Makeba, Athol Fugard, Haing Ngor, Nien Cheng, Mercedes Sota, Juan Williams, Alicia Partnoy—these and many others are becoming the scribes and collective conscience of the latter twentieth century.
From argument to prayer
Thomas Richard Mitchinson
Excerpt from a 1942 letter by a young Jewish woman...
PROGRAM NO. 23 - "At risk—or at peace?"
Jacqueline Als, Wanjohi King'ori with contributions from Graham, Yvette Alpe
The living power of Church in individual lives
Gertrude P. Fogel
Humility—it's a gift
Where is thy faith?
L. Prescott Platt
"There is no way to peace—peace is the way"
A place without fear
Margaret I. Hardy
One evening as I was walking from my car toward a shopping...
Nancy Gayle Nichols
At the time of the birth of one of our children, the delivering...
Merilyn S. Knights
I was raised in Christian Science and attended a Christian Science Sunday School...
Renee Lynn Alkire
Two years ago my wife and I decided to spend our winter vacation...
John Lindsay Rennie with contributions from Dora Muriel Rennie