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The message strikes a universal chord

From the May 2004 issue of The Christian Science Journal


The universal message of the Christian Science periodicals is reaching all kinds of people around the world. Here are some of the things they are saying.

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From Marcellus, New York, US: I am not a Christian Scientist but am acquainted with someone who is. Some years ago she introduced me to Mary Baker Eddy's wonderful book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. Thereafter I started a subscription to The Christian Science Journal and then the Sentinel. . . . When I finish with the magazines, I take them to my church for our book/magazine exchange. Invariably I see people taking them, so please know that your publications are more far-reaching than you ever expected.

From Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: . . . The past year I have been working as a physician in the Vancouver Detox Centre. This Detox provides services to alcoholics and drug addicts in the Vancourver area. . . Christian Science literature is essential for me to overcome my fears, selfrighteousness, intolerance, impatience, and discouragement. Thank you so very much for the timely article provided in The Christian Science Journal.

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