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At an early age I began attending classes in a Christian Science Sunday School,...
At an early age I began attending classes in a Christian Science Sunday School, but I left Sunday School when I was about thirteen years old. It seemed as though I had got little if any benefit from the years I had attended. At sixteen I had a confrontation with the law, and the juvenile court sentenced me to six months in a boys' camp. There I learned a few things—none of them good. After my release I became associated with a pretty tough bunch of kids.
My thinking was far removed from the truths of God and the spiritual man of His creating, which I had been taught in Sunday School. As time went on, a life of materiality seemed very real and often quite pleasant. Drinking and smoking, hanging around pool halls and bars, having run-ins with the law, became commonplace for me. I was in a state of moral idiocy.
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