The term "protestantism" is today taking on a far more vital and practical significance. In fact, a new and purer concept of protestantism was born in the latter half of the nineteenth century when, through the discovery of Christian Science by Mary Baker Eddy, a clearer spiritual light was shed upon the Scriptures.
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