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Christian Science Monitor | Commentary



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Readers write: Marmalade origin, rugby injuries, correct punishment

Letters to the editor for the Feb. 27, 2017 weekly magazine.

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Angels to the rescue

A Christian Science perspective: Turning to God in prayer brings healing messages that meet our needs.

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Meeting hate with love in St. Louis

The Muslim-Christian response to the vandalizing of a Jewish cemetery is yet another example of how the three faiths can use love to counter acts of religiously motivated hate and violence.

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Treasures within

A Christian Science perspective: God bestows the treasure of spiritual goodness on each of us.

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Trump’s mixed message on immigration: An opening for a deal?

The president’s approach is both tough and flexible, a sign he may be open to a comprehensive solution with Congress to ease fears about US policy.

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Listening to, and loving, one another

A Christian Science perspective: A response to the Monitor’s View ‘The power in welcoming alternative views.’

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In the most populous Muslim nation, a test of tolerance

Voters in Indonesia’s capital may elect a Christian as governor, perhaps sending a message to much of the Muslim world about a religious test for secular leaders.

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What decides a claim on land?

As solid and grounded as the Israeli settlements on the West Bank look, Israelis have never been the land's only inhabitants.

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The good that’s ours right now

A Christian Science perspective: Peace and joy are inherent in us, now and always.

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Romania’s lesson in public integrity

For weeks, protests against corruption have persisted in Romania because people now realize they hold the key to good governance.

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Readers write: Trump editorial coverage

Letters to the editor for the Feb. 20, 2017 weekly magazine.

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From negative predictions to spiritual good

A Christian Science perspective: On scientific prayer that heals sickness.

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The UN’s step for justice in Syria

The United Nations has begun to collect evidence of war crimes in the Syrian conflict, a necessary step for eventual prosecution and the post-war healing of Syrian society.

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Trusting God to direct our path

A Christian Science perspective: Facing bankruptcy, one business owner prays for answers.

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A lesson on UN peacekeeping – from Haiti

Security in Haiti has improved enough that the UN might soon pull out its forces. One reason: a novel approach to reducing neighborhood violence by listening to community concerns.

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Our worth never depreciates

A Christian Science perspective: An understanding of our spiritual substance brings hope and healing to our lives.

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Winning the hearts of Islamic State’s potential recruits

As it has lost ground, the militant group issued a strategy on ways for Muslims to operate as its online activists. The best counter strategy? Positive messaging.

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True love

A Christian Science perspective: On loving God and man.

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