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Christian unity "from a different angle of vision"

Last spring a newspaper in Kingston, Ontario, published a lengthy feature on the teachings and practice of Christian Science. Excerpts from the article, written by a United Church minister, appeared in the Sentinel's "Second Thought" column on November 5, 1990.

As might be expected, Christian Scientists appreciated the article's informative depth and fair-mindedness. The Sentinel Editors felt that it pointed, also, to an enlightened sense of ecumenism, of mutual support and appreciation among Christians, a willingness to look more deeply at the substance, rather than popular stereotypes, of others' faith.

November 19, 1990
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