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THE 91st Psalm, represented on the cover of this week's Sentinel, has a centuries-long history of giving solace and protection from evil.
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"THE WAR AGAINST TERRORISM will not be won as long as people are made desperate by poverty, disease, and squalor," said Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu during an ecumenical service of prayer and reflection in Boston's Episcopal Cathedral Church of St.
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Troubled times on a troubled subcontinent

From a region of the world currently associated with evil and chaos—the very area where correspondent Daniel Pearl was recently murdered—a newspaper reporter tells how he deals with danger and searches for signs of hope.
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The Sentinel asks . . . "What is evil?"

Evil has no face, sound, or name.
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The classic 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz offers helpful insight into the nature of evil and the method for successfully combating it.
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When you pray in times of fear, you bring a conviction of security into the picture that's more than just theoretical.
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Through a spiritual lens—

A bush pilot was willing to fly the reporter and me north and drop us for a few days in the center of a small Vietnamese town—a town, we were told, that had been completely surrounded by Viet Cong guerrillas, but had never been disturbed.
PARENTING

Evil comes in many forms. Some look pretty enticing; some you can even dance to. But it's always a vacuum.

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When evil takes the form of disease

For today's society, one of the most hopeful aspects of scientific Christianity is its ability to effectively heal people of physical disease and impairment.
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Events happen in this world that reason and science and emotion and humanity cannot excuse or define, and only faith can stand between survival and submission.
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Deliver us from . . .

The chronology of a struggle with dark thoughts.
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Evil personified?

One of the most difficult things to deal with spiritually is the belief that evil can be a person.

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The Sentinel asks . . ."What is evil?"

I define evil as the acts of people against people, or things which are hurtful.
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In anticipation of the opening of The Mary Baker Eddy Library for the Betterment of Humanity later this year, the Sentinel prints excerpts from the collections of previously unpublished writings.
Testimony of Healing

What if you broke a bone?

Within an hour, the pain subsided to almost nothing.

Testimony of Healing

Life never ends

God was my perfect help in overcoming grief. 
Testimony of Healing

Chronic knee trouble healed

I was enjoying exciting insights into God's creation and His laws.

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Healing comes right along with spiritual growth when you're studying Christian Science.
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FROM THE EDITORS

From the founder of the Sentinel

Evil never did exist as an entity.

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