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Racism can take different forms, depending on where in the world...
Racism can take different forms, depending on where in the world you are. The burning of more than thirty-five black churches in the American South, increasing assaults on Asians around the world, and the treatment of Hispanics in certain areas provide vivid examples. Yet, as the life of Christ Jesus proved, these hateful deeds are not the end of the story, the final word.
In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy writes, "Love is the liberator" (p. 225). The love of God—illustrated best by Jesus—is the only sure means of eradicating racism, no matter where it claims to exist. And each of us has a role to play in Love's liberation of humanity. The two articles "in focus" this week show what a determination to live one's highest sense of love can do for individuals and ultimately for humankind.
Are you racially prejudiced?
What are "they" really like?
Paul Douglas White
God's man: neither predator nor prey
Ann B. Jenkins
with contributions from Betty Muñoz, Guy Daniel Hayward
When a crisis threatens ...
Rita Trapanese Vaglini
Melissa Carr Kupfer
Love that wipes out hate
Joy L. Nack
A language for world peace
by Kim Shippey
Anger? Healing? Which will you choose?
Barbara M. Vining
In the mid-1980s, while attempting to renew my Australian...
Abigail Mathieson Trout
I am grateful for many examples of God's care and guidance...
Fay Kallos Fahs