"From the Critic, a publication at Otago University in Dunedin, New Zealand" and "From the Facebook page of Bloomberg Pursuits"

In a world fraught with religious strife and division, genuine understanding between people of differing faiths and backgrounds sometimes seems as rare as it is vital. Stereotypes abound. Religious believers often find it hard to see past their differences. Secular commentators often lump all faiths together as if they were the same. 

Similar obstacles are equally common in public perceptions of Christian Science. The first step toward greater understanding, as a church publication titled Dialogue with the World pointed out several decades ago, is often the “clearing away of a tangled underbrush of misconceptions” (The Christian Science Board of Directors, 1972).

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