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From the December 1923 issue of The Christian Science Journal

THE beginner's first concept of the practical potentiality of Christian Science follows from his acceptance of the proposition that sin, sickness, and death are the results of fearful, sinful, and ignorant thinking. As a consequence, he begins to watch his thoughts, and to bring them into subjection to the Mind of Christ, as his reading of the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, with its interpretation of the Bible, shows him how to do.