Fair Investigation

Many of us no doubt, as is the case of the writer, have an intense feeling at times to say or write something of our experience in Christian Science, and yet without being aggressively doubtful feel that a statement of our physical and mental demonstrations cannot be narrated positively enough to satisfy our own conscience that our words are entirely free from self-deception; in other words, that we are sure in our own hearts that we believe all we say.

Following this, we naturally have some diffidence in speaking about all the love and beauty we see for ourselves in Christian Science, fearing that our words may savor of preaching without proof of our sincerity.

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