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Destination: class instruction

From the April 1991 issue of The Christian Science Journal

For those actively studying Christian Science, there usually comes a time of deep, serious inquisitiveness. This is not a period of doubt about the healing power of God, but of exploring how such healing takes place and how one can better apply spiritual understanding to bring about healing. During this time in one's life, class instruction in Christian Science is a very natural step to take.

To the three Hebrew captives, however, it didn't
matter how many times the music played, how often
they heard it, how loud it was, or how close it seemed
—they never ever bowed down.

Class instruction shows us how to deal with life's conflicts in a Christly manner. By presenting pure, undefiled metaphysics it teaches us to help and to heal ourselves, our families, and our communities. The Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mrs. Eddy are the textbooks from which the teacher instructs and the pupils learn.

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