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From the February 1905 issue of The Christian Science Journal

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE , in its application to the affairs of mankind, demands just such exactness in its practice as does any other science, law, or form of government. To become a Christian Scientist means to submit so unreservedly to Divine law, that this law, in its operation, shall tend continually to govern, to adjust, to purify, and to redeem the personal life, in its every minute detail.