THERE are definitions of the word ''enthusiasm, " such as, for example, "ecstasy," "emotion," "frenzy," which might make it seem that this word could not be rightly applied to the activities of Christian Scientists. On the other hand, however, enthusiasm is also defined by Webster as "lively manifestation of joy or zeal," which is quite a different thing.
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