Since 2003, our Bible Forum column has provided readers with valuable Bible scholarship and historical context. Starting with this issue, the Journal is revamping the column to feature shorter insights and ideas from contributors’ individual Bible study. This approach will continue to shed new light on familiar (or not so familiar) Bible stories, history, and scholarship. But we also hope it will inspire more readers to dig deeper into their own study of the Bible and Christian Science—and to offer their insights and discoveries for publication.
By Lona Ingwerson, Anne Dixon, Heidi Winder
From the May 2011 issue of The Christian Science Journal
Parting the Red Sea The Red Sea is defined in Science and Health as “the dark ebbing and flowing tides of human fear” ( p. 566 ).
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