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"This new Sentinel will not hide in my purse. I'll carry it proudly and share it gladly."
The Sentinels, overwhelmingly, are the best I think they've ever been. But I would take issue with the recent article "Homosexuality—how do I respond?" The article primarily talks about not being judgmental and about the author's healing of sexual immorality. This is fine, but in this case, there should not have been an attempt to draw in the issue of homosexuality and trip lightly over a subject that needs a far more definitive and well-thought-out treatment.
The author states that there are "strong opinions on either side" regarding homosexuality and then fails to stand strong anywhere in the article regarding the Christian Science viewpoint that homosexuality is (consciously or unconsciously) "chosen" and therefore healable.
To Our Readers
with contributions from Paul White, Dorothy C. Miller, Peter K. Allen
items of interest
with contributions from David G. Myers, Ed Diener, Stephen M. Wolf
Want to revise your past?
By Mary Klingbeil Schultz
ONE PERSON'S PRAYER
Allison Flint Raynor
Saved from a flash flood— by a river of peace
By Marian English
GOD IS OUR PROTECTOR
Robert Early Meriwether
When giants fall
By Channing Walker
How to get rid of bad traits and discover who you really are
By Laura Matthews
The most powerful prayer of all
INTRODUCTION TO THE BIBLE
By Michael Pabst
Eye infection cured
Janet E. Caldwell
Daughter's injury and fear healed
Susan J. Ehart
A child's healing
Elaine Schleiffer with contributions from Debbie Schleiffer
Liwayway P. De Leon
Love thy neighbor
By Glenn M. Linden
Board of Trustees of The Christian Science Publishing Society
What about that word man?
Barbara M. Vining