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A QUESTIONS & ANSWERS EXCHANGE
Are there questions you'd like to explore with other readers and with the editorial staff of the Christian Science Sentinel? This column offers a place for that exchange to happen. What's here isn't intended to give a definitive answer. The queries and the ideas spring from the heart, as we are walking side by side.
Q. Does the commandment "Thou shalt not commit adultery" apply only to someone who is married?—from a reader in Illinois
A. When you're replying to a questionnaire, sometimes you're given the option to respond "does not apply." It's hard to think of the Ten Commandments as including such an option.
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No one is ever useless
Robert A. Johnson
Proving ageism powerless
Ralph W. Emerson
with contributions from Jenny Ryf, Jamie A. Estes
Melanie A. Golder
Individuality and competition
Lynn G. Jackson
No steel rims, just unencumbered being
Faith Walsh Heidtbrink
Barbara L. Kelly
Seeking solutions and reconciliation—Caux, Switzerland
by Kim Shippey
Real advancement in today's world
When our son was about one year old, he was instantly healed...
Suzanne B. Soulé with contributions from Barbara C. Soulé
"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine...
Peace C. Ugboaja