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LETTERS

From the August 2006 issue of The Christian Science Journal


I was so impressed with the editorial "'The majesty of Christian Science' and its imperatives for our time" [June, p. 60] that I immediately resumed my lapsed subscription. I am so grateful for recognition of the imperatives you listed and the steps you have taken toward a more spiritually active Christian Science. The action implicit in the words awaken, grow, deepening, supporting, ensuring, does indeed reassure me that Christ's purpose of reconciling man to God is being fulfilled.


While I am only halfway through the June Journal, I do want to send my congratulations on a wonderful issue. Each article is a treasure. I especially love the ones that come from Africa and South America, as they show that Christian Science has indeed "gone across the ocean" (Florence L. Heywood, Christian Science Hymnal, No. 29), as Mrs. Eddy said it would.

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