COLLEGE QUESTIONS AND THE CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST

Laboratory research is fundamental on today's college campus. Not only in the physical sciences, but in other studies as well, emphasis is on firsthand investigation and objective testing. But what about religion? Can it be tested? Or is religion something that by its very nature does not lend itself to practical solutions? The Christian Scientist has no doubt as to the correct answer to these questions. He knows that Christian Science not only invites proof but demands proof. He knows it is completely practical.

There is deep hunger for practical religion among today's college students. Therefore it is not surprising that there is much interest in the teachings of Christian Science. Many young men and young women have heard authorized talks on Science at churches of their own denomination given by Christian Science Committees on Publication. The Christian Scientist on campus may be asked by other students for more information about his religion. This is something to be welcomed. For while we are not interested in debating religion, we do not hesitate to answer sincere questions about it.

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