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How do Christian Scientists practice baptism or holy communion?
They acknowledge and love these traditional Christian sacraments, but they do not practice them with outward symbols or ceremony. Baptism means the daily, ongoing purification of thought and deed. Eucharist is spiritual communion with God, celebrated with silent prayer and Christian living.
To Our Readers
with contributions from Shahaidat Abbas, Joan Tendler, June Zehendner
items of interest
with contributions from Reuters, Steven L. Phillips, Andrew Young
The healing touch of Christ
By Richard Bergenheim
Not just what we do, but what God does
By Donald R. Rippberger
Two women and a child
By C. Petersen
A heart-to-heart Christmas
By Sandra Van Velsor Shely
The gentle art of blessing
By Pierre Pradervand
CHRISTMAS IS ALIVE AND WELL
By Karen Molenaar Terrell
Medically diagnosed incurable condition fully healed
Prayer heals injured arm and shoulder
Childbirth proceeds harmoniously
Jeri Beck Tippetts
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Fostering children's faith
with contributions from Anne Howe, Cantor Robert S. Scherr, Donna E. Schaper, Brad Pokorny, Shelly Angel
What is a Christian, then and now?
William E. Moody