At a time when medical immunization against an array of diseases is being urged in many communities, the Christian Scientist is challenged to define his own basis for immunity from disease. He may find himself asking:"Have I really something more certain than material methods of immunization? Can I rely on Christian Science not only for occasional healing but for positive freedom? Does my stand for spiritual methods cut me off from my neighbors, or does it give me something to contribute to everyone's Wellbeing?" One might as well face the certainty of Christian Science at the outset.
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