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Organization: limits?

From the March 1982 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Few thoughtful people would seriously question the usefulness of human organization. A tremendous amount of good has been accomplished by the work people have done in concert.

Lives have been saved through relief activities provided by charitable groups when earthquakes or other natural disasters have hit. Diverse organized efforts have been fundamental to the development of valuable ideas. Take for example the world's communication network. Cooperation has been the cornerstone of vastly increasing mankind's useful contacts. Much the same tribute could be paid to the unity of action in spreading Christian theology and feeding those who are spiritually hungry.

The Mother Church provides a way for individuals to unite in sharing publicly the pure teaching of Christian Science. The textbook The Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, is published by The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts . it publishes, its branch churches with their many activities, its lectures, variety of literature, provision for practitioners, teachers, nurses, and college organizations—all have been and continue to be indispensable in conveying to humanity the revelation that came to Mary Baker Eddy.

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