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From the February 2000 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The report on the discussion between three physical scientists in the August 1999 Journal was as illuminating and helpful to me as any I have read on the practice of Christian Science.

By education and experience, my thought processes are those of an analyst, an engineer, or a manager of applied science. I have searched for a long time to find meaningful metaphors in the physical world and in my academic understanding of the physical sciences that would help me to understand the application of spiritual reality. In this report, these four gentlemen provided some of those metaphors. I understand them just enough to help my thinking and my practice of Christian Science.

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