List of all editorials by A.W. Phinney

Title - Volume (Sentinel, Journal, Monitor) - Publication date (Listed alphabetically by title; links provided where available). Please note that a paid JSH-Online subscription is required in order to view full text of the articles at the links below.

A book that begins revolutions - J - January, 1992

A God large enough for large-scale problems - S - May 13, 1985

A letter signed, “Peace, Dr. Morgan” - S - December 19, 1988

A matter of opinion – or a cry from the heart?S - May 11, 1987

A new image of ourselves as prophets - J - March, 1985

A new way to think - J - March, 1984

A new world - J - May, 1989

“A physician’s reasons for becoming a Christian Scientist”S - July 1, 1991

A seed that includes not just a garden but a universe - J - July, 1989

“A sermon from his personal God” - J - August, 1984

A simplicity that is wiseS - October 24, 1988

A time to build — this time on bedrock - S - February 11, 1991

A whisper that is “as when a lion roareth”S - December 7, 1987

A world behind the words - J - June, 1987

About Christian healing: Christianity: "Again a religion of acts" - S - March 28, 1988

About Christian healing: "Healing is not a talking cure" - S - May 23, 1988

About Christian healing: "The force behind wellness" - S - April 25, 1988

About marriage and divorce: “The heart of humanity warming and winning”S - July 22, 1985

About not waiting to liveS - August 29, 1988

About sensuality: “An atom of dust” and “spiritual immensity”S - August 19, 1985

Accepting God’s economyS - June 17, 1991

Activist Christianity – i.e., Christian Science - J - October, 1991

Acts of GodS - March 3, 1986

Alone in a crowded elevatorS - March 2, 1987

Always an unbroken familyS - April 10, 1989

Always enough Spirit for us to rise up and liveS - April 1, 1985

Are you adding up darkness or counting on light?S - January 6, 1992

Are you ready for Christmas?S - December 24, 1984

At the threshold of history - J - January, 1988

Believing in GodS - August 31, 1987

Brethren of promise - J - June, 1984

But is it true?S - July 30, 1984

Can God change the past?S- November 11, 1985

Care for a young familyS - September 11, 1989

Christ-healing: again the head of the corner - J - February, 1985

Christian Science is what’s coming, not what’s going - J - September, 1987

Christian Science treatment: “method infinitely above that of human invention” - J - October, 1986

Christianity “let out of the box”S - June 3, 1991

Christmas, Christ, and evolutionS - December 13, 1982

Church on a spiritual frontierS - June 6, 1988

“Coloring in” heavenS - November 9, 1987

Contemporary Times, Timeless Wisdom - M - January 13, 1989
(Please note: you must have a CSM archives subscription to access the lecture online)

Conversations: “God has given us all a purpose here” - S - January 20, 1992

DancingS - October 21, 1991

Dealing with the dinosaur problemS - January 4, 1988

Dear ReaderS - June 19, 1989

Deeper wellsS - April 24, 1989

Does religion have a future?S - August 14, 1989

Don’t let the spiritual idea be stolen!S - February 3, 1986

Dragon slayingS - May 27, 1985

“Drear subtlety” or double portion?S - June 25, 1984

Easter and the most important thing we could ever knowS - March 25, 1991

Editors' Round Table – Can’t we do better in having an open, caring affection for each other? - J - November, 1985

Editors’ Round Table – Changes in Journal format - what people are really looking for now - J - December, 1987

Editors’ Round Table – If we think C.S. practice is important, let’s pay the practitioners! - J - May, 1986

Editors’ Round Table – Mrs. Eddy counted on each one of us to make Wednesday evening service a success - J - May, 1988

Editors’ Round Table – No part-time Christian Scientists - J - July, 1985

Editors’ Round Table – The compassionate, not cold, community of Christian Scientists - J - November, 1987

Editors’ Round Table – The school we have on Sunday for young people - J - August, 1986

Editors’ Round Table – What’s right with my branch church? - J - May, 1987

Education for a spiritual era – beginning now * - J - February, 1987

Education – future perfectS - February 27, 1989

Elisha’s majorityS - November 7, 1988

Etc.S - June 24, 1985

Everyone whole, everyone without handicapS - March 14, 1988

Face to face with infinite LoveS - April 2, 1984

Factual discovery, honest responseS - November 26, 1984

False realismS - August 17, 1987

Finding the place “where the miracles of Jesus had their birth”S - May 26, 1986

Finding the real cause – why you or someone else can be healed - J - May, 1987

Finding the words for itS- November 25, 1985

Fitness to receive the good we are asking forS - September 15, 1986

Fitting Christ inS- March 27, 1989

For Principle, for humanity - J - January, 1990

For the sake of family, for the sake of humanityS - May 16, 1988

For the sake of family, for the sake of humanity (Special Issue) - S - January 1, 1991

“…for you a light above the sun” - J - May, 1990

“Free at last”S - January 19, 1987

“Fresh forms and strange fire” - J - January, 1968

“Friend of the friendless”S - December 23, 1985

Frowns and flatteriesS - June 18, 1990

Getting on with sin-healing or “love catching a glimpse of glory” - J - August, 1988

Getting past the watchful dragonsS - April 6, 1992

Getting ready for work that lies ahead * - S - April 8, 1991

“Gifts greater than those of Magian kings”S - December 21, 1987

God’s animalsS - May 25, 1987

God’s endless measureS - August 20, 1984

God’s quickeningS - February 24, 1992

Going public, or coming out from under the bushel Jesus talked aboutS - August 26, 1991

Good enough to pray?S - November 6, 1989

Good healthS - June 25, 1990

Gray and greenS - January 16, 1989

“He will joy over thee with singing” - J - August, 1986

Healing and the nature of God [Threshold 21st Century: Theology and Healing] - J - April, 1989

Healing experience - S - August 1, 1988

Healing work - S - February 1, 1988

Health and fitness: focus on self or new spiritual comprehension? - S - October 14, 1985

“Help me to lift my thought” - S - July 8, 1985

His perfectness heals - S - August 5, 1985

His wisdom, our thriving - S - October 7, 1991

“How can I cope?” It may be the wrong question. - S - May 9, 1988

How do you celebrate real freedom? - S - July 3, 1989

How much can you pray about? - S - December 17, 1990

How to stop thinking thoughts that are not our own - S - October 28, 1985

How’s your philanthropy - S - May 8, 1989

Humanity rising to the heights – how can we help? - S - September 14, 1987

“In the midst of a revolution” - S - October 29, 1984

Inclusive or exclusive? - S - April 28, 1986

Interior landscapes - S - July 18, 1988

Invitation to a wedding - S - July 6, 1987

Invite the most important wedding guest - S - August 12, 1991

Irrespective - S - October 13, 1986

Is animal magnetism old-fashioned? - J - July, 1988

Is it realistic to pray? - S - December 4, 1989

Is there any joy? - S - August 28, 1989

It is time to eat the book up - S - October 1, 1984

It’s OK to pray for democracy - S - September 4, 1989

Jesus’ idea of matter - S - August 3, 1987

“Just do it” - S - May 20, 1991

“Just words”?…Don’t believe it! - S - February 17, 1986

Lambs whom some wolves might wish they’d never met - S - July 15, 1991

Law that can’t be broken - S - September 28, 1987

Learning how the world works - J - September, 1989

Learning the language of Spirit: What do we mean by error? - S - September 1, 1986

Learning the language of Spirit: What do we mean by mortal mind? - S - February 2, 1987

Learning the language of Spirit: What do we mean by scientific? - S - November 10, 1986

Lessons from an old-fashioned hymn: What if peace were powerful? - S - May 5, 1986

Lessons from the movies - S - April 27, 1987

“Let not the sun go down upon your wrath” - S - October 22, 1990

Lifting the veil of triviality - S - July 7, 1986

Like a sunrise coming - S - October 10, 1988

Living by the Spirit – what is takes now - J - December, 1991

Look to a deeper realism - S - June 11, 1984

“Love thy neighbor” – yes, but so many neighbors? - S - January 13, 1986

Making distinctions – saying “yes,” saying “no” - S - February 15, 1988

Making the break with a “chariots and horses” mentality - S - February 29, 1988

Man: not a channel but a witness - J - October, 1984

Man: the other half of the discovery - J - March, 1987

Man: where do we think he is right now? - J - May, 1985

Mary Baker Eddy: her influence upon theology - J - October, 1966

Metaphysics that moves the heart - J - September, 1984

Mind knows how to heal it - S - July 21, 1986

“More alive to His promises” - S - September 16, 1985

More fully accepting the gift - J - December, 1990

More life, not less - S - December 31, 1990

More love on a small planet (Part 1) - S - April 16, 1984

More love on a small planet (Part 2) - S - April 30, 1984

More than taste-testing the book - S - December 2, 1991

Never powerless - S - December 9, 1985

Never-ending strength - S - March 30, 1987

New energies - J - March, 1990

New religion and old religion - J - March, 1988

New to Christian Science - S - September 16, 1991

New views, new beginnings - S - February 18, 1985

No “good reasons” for fear - S - June 22, 1987

No last straws - S - September 17, 1984

No longer thinking in matter - S - November 12, 1984

Not two but one - J - February, 1986

Nothing more important to give - S - March 23, 1992

One idea needed above all - S - August 6, 1984

One “Us” - J - June, 1985

Opening the book, reading the Word - J - October, 1990

Opinions: high-flying (and low-flying) - S - August 15, 1988

Our incorporeal life - J - September, 1985

Outweighing popular belief - S - June 23, 1986

Prayer is never imprisoned - S - January 29, 1990

Prayer – with traction - S - August 27, 1990

Progress…into reality - J - January, 1985

“Real time,” real experience - S - February 26, 1990

Revival - J - January, 1989

Rising and resisting - S - January 20, 1992

Rules for a renewed Christianity - J - August, 1990

Rules + work + discipline = freedom - S - January 2, 1989

Science and Health, prayer, and law - S - November 23, 1987

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures and its impact on religion - J - December, 1975

Scientific Christianity or “perfunctory religion”? - J - January, 1987

Seeing beyond age and time - S - September 12, 1988

Seeing others scientifically - J - October, 1987

Serious living - S - December 5, 1988

Silence - S - March 31, 1986

Simple prayers - S - August 18, 1986

Sin: the bad news and the good news - S - October 8, 1990

Some more questions and answers - S - September 26, 1988

Some thoughts about Christian Science treatment - S - March 18, 1985

Something astonishingly different is going on - S - October 20, 1973

Something is happening; something is at stake - S - September 2, 1985

Something must be done, something we can do - S - April 11, 1988

Something to help with your health - S - October 12, 1987

Spiritual values and film: Letting powerful meaning come through. Interview with Horton Foote & A. W. Phinney - S - April 22, 1991

Spiritual values and film: Yearnings of the human heart for something more. Interview with M.S. Mason & A. W. Phinney - S - April 8, 1991

Spiritual vitality – is it always somewhere else? - S - June 4, 1990

Spiritualism: new subtlety to an old error - S - October 15, 1984

‘Spirituality or materialism: Crossroad for humanity’ lecture in The Mother Church - M - August 29, 1983
(Please note: you must have
a CSM archives subscription to access the lecture online)

Staying awake - J - July, 1991

Stop trying to fix the pipes - S - March 17, 1986

Suburbs, mountains, exalted valleys - S - July 17, 1989

Tasteless salt? Endless savor - S - September 30, 1991

Telling stories true - S - July 31, 1989

Thanksgiving and the forgiveness perspective - S - November 24, 1986

“That ye may be a new lump” - S - January 1, 1990

Thaw out the frozen feelings - S - January 21, 1991

The always new and ever-growing church - J - September, 1986

“The angel of God, whose I am, and whom I serve” - S - March 9, 1992

The Cause of Christian Science needs you now - J - June, 2018

The consciousness that heals - J - November, 1987

“The dark night wakes, the glory breaks” - S - December 18, 1989

The distance from doubt to inspiration - S - January 5, 1987

The divine idea appearing now - J - December, 1984

The dreamer is within the dream — but we’re outside it - J - November, 1985

“The earth shined with his glory” - S - April 13, 1987

The engine of our progress - J - November, 1989

The first step - J - January, 1991

The hinge on which history truly turns - S - May 14, 1984

The kind of consciousness we need now - J - December, 1986

The “new” medicine - S - March 16, 1987

The old prophet, the man of God, and spiritual obedience - S - September 30, 1985

The only way a Church can go – or grow - S - November 18, 1991

The power in thanks giving - S - November 19, 1990

The realness of what we declare - J - May, 1986

The richest experience * - S - April 15, 1985

The right side, the wrong side, the one and only - S - July 4, 1988

“The scientific statement of being”: not cool but warm - S - June 10, 1985

The spirituality of mankind - S - September 3, 1984

“The time approaches when…” - S - February 16, 1987

The unlearning experience - S - September 24, 1990

The warmth of the healing Christ - S - December 8, 1986

“The world is moving” - S - May 7, 1990

There is a battle at the crossroads - S - July 6, 1987

There is something more to learn - J - August, 1985

“There was fresh air coming in through the window” - S - December 30, 1991

“There will be unity of spirit” - S - January 18, 1988

These times, too, are in His hand - S - September 10, 1990

Thinking it through: Coming home - S - October 28, 1991

Thinking it through: Easter again – this time with more meaning than everS – April 13, 1992

Thinking it through: Paying attention to ethics – it’s everybody’s business nowS – July 29, 1991

Thinking it through: Should Christian Science be more simple? - S - March 26, 1990

Thinking it through: What kind of compassion? - S - August 13, 1990

Thinking it through: Why is it reasonable to expect that illness can be healed through prayer? - S - April 23, 1990

Thinking right and “thinking otherwise” - J - March, 1992

This editorial is on sin, but nevertheless you might be interested - J - July, 1987

“This enlarged sense of the spirit and power of Christianity” - J - May, 1991

“This form of godliness” - S - July 30, 1990

This “new crusade” - J - January, 1986

Thought-taking versus kingdom seeking - S - October 26, 1987

To be a child - S - December 22, 1986

To change a world - J - June, 1986

To do more than we do - S - January 6, 1986

“To face what we must become” - S - January 7, 1985

To heal the character of nations - S - May 21, 1990

To make the Bible come alive - S - November 21, 1988

To pray…and mean it! - S - February 6, 1989

To see what’s there to be seen - S - March 19, 1984

To take up arms – spiritually - S - February 18, 1991

Ultimate trend: finding the “great Physician” - S - March 5, 1984

Unconventional Christmas - J - December, 1988

Undoing the drug-abusing society - S - March 12, 1990

Unexpected crosses, everyday crowns - J - April, 1986

“Uphold me with thy free spirit” - S - February 12, 1990

Us – and our family of man - S - March 4, 1991

Voice of the people - S - August 4, 1986

Wake up – we need you now - S - June 8, 1987

Waking up to priorities - S - April 29, 1985

“Watch” for a spiritual morning - S - May 28, 1984

“Watching” the War: Not the “gods of war” but the “God above all gods”S - March 11, 1991

“We need a question” - J - September, 1988

Welcoming strangers, welcoming brothers - J - December, 1989

What can you do about marriage? - S - June 9, 1986

What communicates - S - April 22, 1991

What death does not do - S - February 13, 1989

What do you think about Christian healing? - S - February 4, 1985

What God knows - S - December 16, 1991

What is Christian Science treatment? - S - May 22, 1989

What is scientific Christianity? - J - April, 1988

What is this One? - J - November, 1988

What it’s all about - S - January 27, 1992

What the author thought about revisions of Science and Health - S - October 27, 1986

What we see and what we get - S - March 13, 1989

When you are persecuted…you are blessed - S - April 14, 1986

Where do you stand? Will you join the revolution? - S - July 2, 1990

Which translation of Science and Health are you reading? - J - May, 1988

Who heals? Who can be healed? - S - January 28, 1991

Who knows enough to heal? - J - May, 1984

Why does Christian Science treatment heal and how does it work? - S - September 23, 1991

Why is truth so important to us? - S - July 29, 1991

Why the Ninth Commandment is so interesting - S - October 27, 1986

Why there is community – and why there can be so much more - S - January 15, 1990

Will you do anything about crime? - S - December 10, 1990

Willing to be inwardly changed - S - July 9, 1984

Wings - S - March 4, 1985

Wisdom of “worldlings” or spirit of God - S - July 23, 1984

Wiser heads - S - October 23, 1989

Womanhood and “Christ’s all-conquering love” - J - July, 1985

Words can be a ladder, but we have to do the climbing - S - November 5, 1990

Working — smarter, not just harder - J - March, 1991

Worship that changes the world - S - January 21, 1985

You the reader, yesterday’s megatrends, and today’s spiritual morning - S - September 29, 1986

Your practice of Christian Science healing - S - November 20, 1989