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From the July 2006 issue of The Christian Science Journal

A New Yorker who loves to read? Not a surprise. But Paula Rice Jackson, a former magazine editor-in-chief, who lives in Manhattan, also brings her special insights as a Christian Scientist to this month's book commentary (American Gospel, by Jon Meacham). You'll enjoy reading the parallels Jackson finds in the Founding Fathers' astute decision to establish the separation of church and state and Mary Baker Eddy's insight in designating an "impersonal pastor" for her church.

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We're all on a life journey, says Curt Wahlberg, a Christian Science practitioner in Woodland Hills, California. According to Mr. Wahlberg, one of the greatest assests a Christian Scientist can take along on life's spiritual adventure is the Church Manual, by Mary Baker Eddy. Its guidance can inspire each of us to higher views and more loving church activity as it provides a unique guidebook for our own spiritual growth. Happy traveling!

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