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From the October 1937 issue of The Christian Science Journal

We are all practicing Christian Science to the extent that we put its teachings into practice in our daily affairs, in our homes, our businesses, our churches, and in all our contacts with our fellow men. While the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, has wisely provided certain qualifications and requirements for those who, as registered practitioners of Christian Science, make their services publicly available, yet she has also clearly indicated that she expects everyone to be able to understand and to utilize this Science which she applied so successfully in solving all kinds of human problems.