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[A paper recently read and discussed before English C., Harvard University.]

From the February 1901 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The rapid spread of Christian Science ideas and the substantial growth of the Christian Science movement is unquestionably one of the most significant phenomena of our times. The basic ideas of Christian Science pervade the atmosphere of religious and philosophic thought, and the movement is already organized in all the leading towns and cities of the United States and in the principal centres of Europe.