A healthy curiosity

Many children have a hunger to know how things work. I did as a kid, but I wasn't all that curious about the usual things like how motors run, why the sky is blue, or when the dinosaurs disappeared from Earth. Those things were interesting, but by the time I was in my teens a deeper curiosity had begun growing in me—I wanted to know what God is and does, and what understanding His nature better would do to better the world. Soon after starting my first full-time job as a publications editor, I also pursued this deeper curiosity by taking Christian Science class instruction.

I see plenty of common ground for the spiritually curious in Tom Black's article this week, "Education with a healing purpose." Tom has found that Christian Science "satisfies the spiritually inquisitive human thought .... It gives answers that are logical enough to enable sincere, earnest students to modestly repeat the healing events of Biblical giants."

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