"TO PROCLAIM THE UNIVERSAL ACTIVITY AND AVAILABILITY OF TRUTH"—MARY BAKER EDDY Articulating spiritual concepts—even when they are universal in nature—can be more difficult when the work involves new cultures, laws, and languages. In this second segment of a series celebrating the 100th anniversary of The Herald of Christian Science, you'll read about the efforts of the fairly new Church of Christ, Scientist, to communicate with a different culture and in a different language—and the response of German-speaking adherents to those efforts.
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