WHEN I BEGAN STUDYING CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, WELL, ACTUALLY even when I first heard about it from my roommate, I constantly kept my antennae on alert for anything that sounded suspiciously like "magic" answers. I didn't want any part of a religion that didn't make sense, that explained away difficult questions as "mysteries," or that didn't present logic I could follow and ultimately prove.
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