To Our Readers

"Interterm " was a four-week period between semesters at my college when we could pursue any intellectual interest we had, no matter how offbeat. People studied Restoration drama, cybernetics, the aerodynamics of stock car racing ... whatever. One year, a friend of mine decided to spend interterm finding the answer to the question "Who am I?"

It was an honest, deeply felt quest. She went to all the stretch-your-mind type discussions, lectures, plays, and movies the college offered. She road philosophy, psychology, poetry. And she talked around a lot. But, three weeks or so into interterm, she wasn't getting anywhere.

Then, to her surprise (and everyone else's) she started talking about God. She went to some services at the college chapel. She asked me and others what we believed in. She and I talked a long time one afternoon about the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.

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August 14, 2000

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