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In "Positive Press" in this week's issue, Rabbi I. R. Rosin of Zimbabwe says, "Surely all those who acknowledge God as their creator should be able to live side by side without hatred, arguing and senseless quarrelling."
His sentence serves as a concise summary of the subject this Sentinel is taking a serious look at. One writer (p. 10) tells about his experience in having to face hostility in the midst of controversy at an Asian university. He makes a convincing case for the fact that genuine respect and healing grow out of prayer and the effort to seek improved mutual understanding.
"'To every tribe and nation'" (p. 12) explores the all-encompassing passing Love that is God and discusses the powerful change and reconciliation which a fresh view of this divine Love can bring not only to individuals but to nations. And in the second part of two conversations with clergymen, we learn how prejudice and racial hatred were overcome through the persistent moral courage of one man in one neighborhood.
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"Forgiveness and repentance ... it's a constant process"
with contributions from Eugene Markovitz
"To every tribe and nation"
Isabel F. Bates
Learning to go forward with a calm and steadfast trust in God
Michael D. Rissler with contributions from Benjamin Woodworth
Gratitude for Love's presence brings healing
Evil, not what it may appear to be
Michael D. Rissler
I am deeply grateful for an understanding of Christian Science....
Patricia Margaret Gallienne
By my middle twenties I had been divorced twice (the second...
Joanne Bennett with contributions from Harley Lee Bennett
One day I was over at my friend's house
The understanding of God that I've gained through my study...
Lawrence G. Toft, Jr. with contributions from Amy C. Toft