I feel I owe my life to Christian Science

I feel I owe my life to Christian Science. When I was eight years old I used to play with my friends in an alley adjoining our backyard. One day I hurt my knee while playing there.

Because I needed more nursing care than my parents were able to provide for me at home, I was taken to a hospital. The medical staff diagnosed my condition as tetanus and doubted that I would live through the night. Nevertheless, they provided nursing care for me without medication. My parents had found Christian Science earlier, when my mother had been healed of complications following the birth of my brother.

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