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Sometimes there's a tendency to think of spiritual things as distanced from the hard issues that are very much a part of the world. This Sentinel offers quite a different perspective. The lead article tells about a man who was confronted with two potentially disastrous situations: one involving a terrorist's bomb, and the other when he was caught in the middle of a minefield. His experience shows that prayer is an actual healing force in the face of violence.
Another article points out that the path to peace is spiritually directed, and peacemaking a skill that can be cultivated in our lives.
Love's presence—the antidote to terrorism
David W. Forsyth
God gives us "a sound mind"
Nancy Hormel Reinert
Richard von Weizsãcker
A better response
William A. Gough
How does spiritual healing happen?
Marjorie C. Stephens
A present help
Nancy Joy Potter
Prayer cuts through oppression's chains
God, no longer the great unknown
Michael D. Rissler
God and Jake and me
Ralyne Nawman Robb
I Was raised in Christian Science and have witnessed numerous...
Richard A. Sperr with contributions from Angela M. Sperr
We were expecting our first child and had arranged to have...
I am grateful that I was raised in a family where Christian Science...
Linda Alice Richardson