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Interviews

God’s law of abundance

The following is an edited transcript of a recent Sentinel  Watch podcast on JSH-Online. com.

Helping to overcome gun violence

Everyone would agree that even one life lost to violence is one too many, but it is equally true that even one life saved is cause for great rejoicing. As Christian Science military chaplains, Matthew Schmidt and Terri Erickson have been in positions to minister to people motivated by rage and revenge.

‘Seekers and Scholars’—spiritual heart meets academic inquiry

The Mary Baker Eddy Library contains a treasure trove of historical information about Mary Baker Eddy and the religion she founded, Christian Science—information that is of deep interest to a wide range of scholars who have been engaged in academic dialogue with the Library for many years. The Library believes this dialogue is of interest to a wider audience, hence its podcast, “Seekers and Scholars.

What does it mean to be spiritual?

The following is an edited summary of a recent Christian Science Sentinel podcast on JSH-Online. com.

Gratitude for the Bible and how Christian Science has brought its healing power to light

Individuals from three different continents, with three very different experiences, share their gratitude for the Bible, and particularly how Christian Science has brought the Bible’s healing power to light for them. In the Journal  podcast Record of Truth, the Journal ’s Tony Lobl talked with Moji George, CSB, Neera Kapur, CSB, and Jackie Collins.

Primary class instruction: A foundation for spiritual progress and healing

At the heart of Christian Science practice is healing, and to be an effective healer takes a constant commitment to spiritual growth, including gaining a better understanding of God and of man’s relation to God. There are many ways to do this: through individual study of the Bible and Mary Baker Eddy’s primary text, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures; by attending Christian Science church services on Sundays and Wednesdays, or Sunday School (for those up to the age of 20); and by reading weekly and monthly Christian Science magazines.

A little book with big ideas

This interview originally aired on Sentinel  Watch, a podcast of the Christian Science Sentinel.  It focuses on a little book that has played a large role in the history of the Christian Science movement and has sometimes been held up as a model of how to craft succinct but sufficient laws.

A sound foundation to live by

This interview with Barbara Vining, CSB, Editor of The Christian Science Journal, Sentinel, and Herald, by Audio Assistant Patrick Harber, is an adaptation from Sentinel Watch, a weekly podcast of the Christian Science Sentinel. Once a month, listeners send in their questions on a specific topic for guests to address.

Concord and its role in study

A new version of the Christian Science study software, Concord,  which provides tools for searching and studying the Bible, Mary Baker Eddy’s writings, and the Christian Science hymnals, is being released this summer. Jennifer McLaughlin, Publisher’s Agent for Mary Baker Eddy’s writings, and Jason Hunsberger, Office of the Publisher’s Agent Digital Product Manager, led the development of this version of Concord.

Living the good life—now

This interview with Kevin Graunke, CSB, by Audio Assistant Patrick Harber is an adaptation from Sentinel  Watch, a weekly podcast of the Christian Science Sentinel.  Once a month, listeners send in their questions on a specific topic.