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From the November 1952 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Whether people take up the study of Christian Science for healing, for comfort, or in their quest for truth, they generally become interested in it for its religious teaching and the spiritual uplift it gives; and they seek to understand it better in order to apply it themselves to daily problems. As they become convinced that it is indeed the Science of Life, they wish to share it with others; and later they have the desire to become members of a Church of Christ, Scientist, and thus aid in furthering its beneficent work.