One Year in Christian Science

It is not always easy to account for mortal mind motives. Selfishness, I presume, prompted me to resolve that I would give no testimony, either written or oral, until I had lived in an atmosphere of Science at least one year.

On the 9th day of May, 1900, in the home of a boyhood friend in Detroit, I listened for the first time to the sacred teachings of Christian Science. For thirty-nine I had been a believer in nothing. I could not reconcile myself to a belief in God, who seemed to me more a God of hate than love.

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