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From the July 1916 issue of The Christian Science Journal

WHATEVER may have been the individual outlook upon life, whether its constantly changing questions were faced with fine though oftentimes futile courage, or whether its issues were evaded with cynical disparagement of virtues, it is certain that until the advent of Christian Science no one had ventured to regard the problems of life as being capable of a solution as scientific and certain as a mathematician's or an astronomer's computation. Christian Science supplies this new and interest-begetting viewpoint by showing that every problem, every difficulty, every decision, may be fearlessly faced and worked out to its concordant resolution according to the exact rules of perfect Principle.