Christian Scientists, and especially class-taught students, are sincerely and deeply interested in the successful practice of the Science of Christianity, as discovered and left by Mary Baker Eddy. They appreciate and understand that the healing work is and will continue to be the backbone, so to speak, of the whole movement.
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