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From the April 2008 issue of The Christian Science Journal

SOME DAYS I REALLY HAVE TO WONDER WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT. Can anything surprise me? Twenty-four-hour news cycles, the shenanigans of celebrities, the vagaries of politics, and cataclysmic world crises—all going on simultaneously, and all at what feels like warp speed.

But no matter how topsy-turvy the world seems, I know I can count on one thing: the permanent and unbiased laws of divine Principle. These laws—the very emanation of divine Principle—govern and order each of us only in good, productive ways.

This month, several writers explore various aspects of this foundational synonym for God in our feature "Discover God as Principle"—the fourth in our series of the seven synonyms for God that Mary Baker Eddy included in Science and Health.

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