I always look forward to each issue of the Journal arriving, and I particularly enjoyed the July 2010 edition. It was a delight to see so many contributions written by good friends. Additionally, I found the editorial on "Divine Perfection, Human Excellence" (Michael Pabst, p. 64) most thought provoking.
I would like particularly to thank Rosalind Childs Fogg for her in-depth analysis, discussion, and conclusions found in her article ("Who Was Jesus? What Is the Trinity? And Why Should We Care?" p. 49) that centered on Jesus, the trinity, and our lives today. I loved the approach that Rosalind took by supporting all her ideas with a statement made at the onset of the article. She remarks that everything she would present was absolutely supported by the fact that she was healed of the results of a car accident, one that she should not have survived and that was supposed to leave her paralyzed for life. "Instead, I walked again within a week."
Rather than go into any description of the accident or the physical details of the rapid recovery, Rosalind presents a point by point Christian Science treatment that revolves around Mary Baker Eddy's concept of the trinity that completely healed her. Her closing statement declares the concept "is bringing to the whole world today a vital understanding of the truth that can heal and free us from fear, lack, loss, limitation, impositions, oppression, and suffering of every sort."