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From the January 2007 issue of The Christian Science Journal

1. Although Ann Edwards dedicates her professional life to music, teaching piano at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, her more recent studies have taken her through completion of a master's degree in theological studies. Ann was more than willing to continue our ongoing Bible Forum series on Jesus' commands with her perspective on "Judge not, that ye be not judged" (page 10).

2. Serving as a Protestant chaplain in the United States Air Force gave Brian Talcott a broad appreciation for the many ways people come to know Today, as a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in Berkeley, California, Brian says he has learned the importance of meekness as an underlying element in effective healing prayer. His Deep Think article begins on page 24.

3. When she's not at her Job in a large Internet technology company in Paris. France, Myriam Betouche performs Spanish dancing with friends, teaches Sunday School to 17-20 year olds at her branch Church of Christ, Scientist, and travels around the world for both business and pleasure. Betouche shares her thoughts about speaking in "absolute" and "relative" terms (page 28).

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