My reason for beginning the...

My reason for beginning the study of Christian Science was a deep desire for an understanding of God. The church of my fathers, which I still reverence and honor, had failed to answer satisfactorily my quest for a demonstrable religion. The demand of the Master that his followers heal the sick seemed imperative, a natural consequence of an understanding of true being. I had delved into some of the philosophies of the ancient world and, to some extent, into those of more recent writers. None of these systems answered the inescapable questions or had, for me, lasting value.

When in a discussion of these questions with friends, I was referred to the textbook of Christian Science, Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy, my attention was especially directed to her reply beginning on page 468 to the question, "What is Life?" It says in part, "Life is divine Mind." The following Sunday found me in attendance at a Christian Science church service.

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