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"What I say unto you I say unto all, Watch."—Jesus
It's clear that people are becoming frustrated with merely material approaches to resolving the difficult problems facing the world and are asking if there isn't another approach. The answer keeps coming back that lasting solutions must have a spiritual basis. Watching trends of thought, trends in helpful directions and ones that may be going in directions that aren't so helpful, is part of the Sentinel's mission. Here are three examples that illustrate a trend that can move mankind forward in a genuinely substantial way.
The first item is from The Philadelphia Inquirer, December 18, 1992, by William Raspberry. Mr. Raspberry concludes that truly successful social programs have a strong sense of spirituality.
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from the Editors
Church and state
From the Office of The Committee on Publication M. Victor Westberg
Lynn G. Jackson
Home—not for sale
A. Belle Anderson
God's government of our body
Lyle R. Young
Walking with God
Richard C. Bergenheim
The way out of debt
Mary Metzner Trammell
A candidate for good works
Courtnay L. W. Douglas
One weekend when I was a senior in high school, my brother,...
Catherine Edge with contributions from J. Steven Nelles, Alan Richard Colley
Following the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, I enlisted...
Michael Cargan with contributions from Cindy Watt