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From the October 2006 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Barry Huff doesn't waste a minute. Flying west in the wee hours of the morning, he proves that—even at 30,000 feet—he can tie up the loose ends on his most recent Journal piece. In his Bible Forum article, Barry discusses the theme of repentance—how one achieves it, and why guilt and condemnation do very little to help one in the area of self-improvement. Currently Barry is a Ph.D. candidate in Biblical studies at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, Virginia.

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Soon after beginning an academic career teaching philosophy and Western civilization at The Chinese University in Hong Kong, Bruce Fitzwater turned to his greatest interest—Christian Science healling. He became a practitioner in 1973 and a Christian Science teacher in 1985. Recently Bruce has traveled throughout China and is learning to speak Chinese. He and his wife, Cindy, live in Portland, Oregon.

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