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From the April 1908 issue of The Christian Science Journal

THE theological world of thought has held, for many centuries, certain fundamental interpretations of Christ Jesus' life and work which have molded religious teaching in definite directions concerning the vital elements of salvation. Fixed creedal beliefs have placed certain constructions upon certain evident truths, and have declared salvation to be dependent upon the acceptance of whatever specific belief may thereby have been outlined as true.