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Anthology of Classic Articles III: Audio Edition: digital download version

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This compilation is a wonderful anthology of 45 well-loved articles and poems previously published in the Christian Science Sentinel and The Christian Science Journal. The articles in this compilation are drawn from issues from the first 126 years of The Christian Science Journal and 107 years of the Christian Science Sentinel. These articles have been enthusiastically recommended by a group of Christian Science practitioners and teachers as being particularly helpful in their healing work. A wide range of topics is covered, including health, safety, individuality, prayer, supply, morality.

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This compilation is a wonderful anthology of 45 well-loved articles and poems previously published in the Christian Science Sentinel and The Christian Science Journal. The articles in this compilation are drawn from issues from the first 126 years of The Christian Science Journal and 107 years of the Christian Science Sentinel. These articles have been enthusiastically recommended by a group of Christian Science practitioners and teachers as being particularly helpful in their healing work. A wide range of topics is covered, including health, safety, individuality, prayer, supply, morality.


Track Listings

1 - Introduction

2 - Table of Contents

3 - Adjusting Memory's Mechanism - by Naomi Price

4 - As thyself (poem) - by Sandra Luerssen Hoerner

5 - Beliefs Cannot Fasten on Man - by Seeley, Paul, Stark

6 - Change of Heart (poem) - by Peter J Henniker-Heaton

7 - The Christ-example, Reflection and Healing - by DeWitt John

8 - Countdown to Sunrise (poem) - by Rosemary Cobham

9 - Developing a Worldwide Healing Practice - by Russ Gerber

10 - The Disappearance of Matter - by Nathan A. Talbot

11 - Evil: "no portion, nor right, ..." - by Carolyn E. Holte

12 - Gideon's Three Hundred - by Louise Knight Wheatley

13 - The Glory "before the world was" - by Julia M Johnston

14 - God's Provision and Launching Out... - by Jan Kassahn Keeler

15 - The Gospel of Love- lived - by Barbara M. Vining

16 - Grace, Healing, and God's ... - by William E. Moody

17 - Group Dynamics - by Mary Gertrude Bayless

18 - The Holy Ghost and Healing - by Richard C. Bergenheim

19 - Immortal Mind … supreme ... - by Helen C. Moon

20 - Incurability: A lie about Life - by Joanne Shriver Leedom

21 - Individuality- Its Eternal Presence - by Barbara Cook

22 - Let the Angels Tell Them (poem) - by Jane Murdock

23 - Let Truth Uncover Error - by Seeley, Paul, Stark

24 - Mary Baker Eddy: The Role of Leader - by P. Henniker-Heaton

25 - Mind Sees - by Hazel Willoughby Harrison

26 - Nothing to Fear - by James Spencer

27 - On Which Side Are You Arguing - by DeWitt John

28 - The Pilate Assumption - by Nathan A. Talbot

29 - Practical, operative Christian Science - by L. Ivimy Gwalter

30 - The Prayer That "covers all human needs" - by Jill Gooding

31 - The Reader Prays (poem) - by Grace K. Sticht

32 - Real Security from Animal Magnetism - by J. Shriver Leedom

33 - Safety - by Blanche Hersey Hogue

34 - The song of Christian Science - by L. Ivimy Gwalter

35 - Sufficiency - by Julia M. Johnston

36 - Supply- and Going Into the Public Practice... - T. MacDonald

37 - The Talent That Heals - by Rosemary Cobham

38 - Ten Good Lawyers - by Rebecca Odegaard

39 - The Theology of Care - by Geraldine Schiering

40 - Timeless Healing - by Nathan A. Talbot

41 - To Avoid Doing It Wrongly, Do It Rightly - by D. C. Driver

42 - Truth Handles Crime - by Julia M Johnston

43 - An Unambiguous Christianity - by Richard C. Bergenheim

44 - Virgin Birth: Beyond History... - by Barbara Cook

45 - What Am I Supposed to Think of My Body? - by D. E. Sleeper

46 - Who shall be greatest? - by J. Thomas Black

47 - The Youth-and-Morality Article - by Channing Walker

48 - Closing Announcement
 

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