IF Christian Science gave its adherents nothing but the assurance that life is eternal, they would be under a tremendous debt of gratitude to it. Who among Christian Scientists does not remember the time when all was uncertain as to the future, when it was wrapped in mystery, when it appeared as if that which men call death might be the end of all things so far as men are concerned! They had perhaps studied deeply in philosophy, in natural science, and in religion too; but the best that could be said for these was that they had given birth to a not too certain faith in the continuity of life.
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