Notwithstanding the extraordinary high tide of technological innovation reached in this century—instanced in the density of communications and orbital satellites—that which can have the most practical implications in the life of each of us occurred two thousand years ago. Christ Jesus' resurrection has contemporary meaning and application—in Christian Science it signifies that life is not, never was, and never will be in matter.
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