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From the January 1950 issue of The Christian Science Journal

In studying the familiar and well-loved emblem of Christian Science, the cross and crown, which must ever be the hallmark of authentic Christian Science literature, one is impressed with the character of the crown. He discovers it to be the opposite of the crown of thorns; rather is it a crown of power and authority, of triumph and rejoicing.