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From the March 1930 issue of The Christian Science Journal

ONE coming into Christian Science from another religious belief or denomination may find he has to make many changes in his outlook on life, in his concepts of God and man, and in his understanding of his relationship to the Father and to his fellow-men. In no one thing, perhaps, is this change more radical than in the concept of what constitutes true prayer and fasting.