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The impression prevails among some of those outside of Christian Science that the healing of sickness is all that the Science accomplishes or seeks to accomplish; is this true? or does Science deal also with sin?—An Inquirer.

While healing sickness is an important part of the work of Christian Science, it is the least important. Vastly more so is the destruction of sin. Indeed, sickness, in Science, being the consequence of sin, directly or indirectly, there can be no healing of sickness, in the highest sense, without the healing—destruction—of sin.

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