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Some questions and answers about Christian Science
As irrepressible as the coming of a new season is the hunger to understand one another. We all want to know more about our neighbors than simply what meets the eye—especially what's in the heart impelling their lives.
In this continuing series we hope to make it possible to understand Christian Scientists better. What follows is a few informal questions and answers that have come up recently—in one-to-one conversations, in discussion groups, and through correspondence with many people who want to know what Christian Science is and what it's like to be a student of Christian Science. Of course, the responses given here are not presented as final or definitive. Nor are they the only way any particular inquiry might be answered. But they do come out of actual exchanges between Christian Scientists and their neighbors.
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Compassion on the road from Jerusalem
Nancy L. Holder
Evidence—how do you recognize it?
Cynthia K. Philip
Man, the crowning work of creation
Trust Mind's unfailing direction
L. Denise Zimmern
Seeing through the mist
Michael D. Rissler
Grace, understanding, and healing
William E. Moody
A hard lesson
Kathryn Geraldine Rezek
My greatest benefit from the study of Christian Science is the...
Ariel K. Anderson with contributions from Susan H. Anderson
My paternal grandmother became interested in Christian Science...
Emerald M. Norman
The title of an article in the July 15, 1985, Sentinel, "Let Spirit...
Doris Jane Haldorsen
Several years ago our son was bitten by our neighbors' dog
Susan C. Linsdeau with contributions from Jeffrey Linsdeau