A New Series

Life in the Academic Community

College life—where thoughts are formed, attitudes are molded, careers are begun, decisions that affect life patterns are made, discoveries that alter the course of civilization occur. What place does Christian Science have in such an experience? And what place do college activities and studies have in the life of a Christian Scientist? These and other questions will be considered in the ten-part series beginning in this issue.

That there should be a place for Christian Science on college campuses was determined when Mary Baker Eddy added Article XXIII, Section 8, to the Manual of The Mother Church. It begins, "Members in good standing with The Mother Church, who are members of the faculty, instructors, or students in any university or college, can form and conduct a Christian Science organization at such university or college, provided its rules so permit."

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