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From the May 1989 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Many people are now finding themselves having to think about questions in the fields of science, theology, and medicine—and questions of social justice, education, economic reform. More and more, people see that these questions have a practical bearing on their own everyday lives.

In the words of the Preface to Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy, "The time for thinkers has come." And in this month's Journal we continue a new series in the Threshold section: "Thinking about Christian Science and . . . ." These articles generally alternate with the series "Theology and healing" and other special features.

The first article in the "Thinking about . . ." series explored a Christian Science perspective on Biblical scholarship. In succeeding months articles have brought the spiritual and metaphysical perspective of Christian Science to the new physics, the arts, medicine, world issues, and other topics.

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