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The Intellectual Challenge of Christian Science

From the October 18, 1975 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel


To believe that only philosophers and other intellectuals are capable of profound thoughts or of framing intelligent, deeply searching questions is to fail to perceive and express the omnipresent activity of the divine Mind. Christ Jesus' education was no different from that of his peers in the Galilean village where he grew up, yet at the age of twelve he was discovered in the temple, "sitting in the midst of the doctors, both hearing them, and asking them questions.