And why is it a family affair? Because whether writing articles or reading them, revising articles or editing them, Christian Scientists are engaged together in pursuits related to their own salvation and to the salvation of the world. Like family members whose varied interests are joined by common goals, Christian Scientists everywhere share a common goal in each day's activities, however diverse these activities may be—the goal of salvation from the entire lie of life, substance, and intelligence in matter.
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