SCIENTIFIC PRAYER: ITS GREAT CHALLENGE TO MANKIND
From the April 1957 issue of The Christian Science Journal
As one gains an understanding of Christian Science, prayer takes on a bright, new interest for him through his recognition of it as a scientific as well as a religious procedure. However much prayer may have meant to him previously, it means more when he sees that, like the turning of a radio dial and many another familiar human action, it can be based on known conditions and can be definite in method and certain of results.
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