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Your Q & A

Following the example set by the question-and-answer columns in the early Journals, when Mary Baker Eddy was Editor, this column will respond to general queries from Journal readers—such as the one below. It will generally not cover questions about how to interpret statements in Mrs. Eddy's writings. There's more information at the end of the column about how to submit questions.

Your Q & A

From the September 2004 issue of The Christian Science Journal


Q How can you pray about a physical condition if you haven't had it diagnosed? A In scientific prayer, to find out the cause of the disease, one can go deeper than just the physical condition. Say a man was so angry following an argument that he kicked his office door shut and broke his toe.