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From the March 2009 issue of The Christian Science Journal

At the last Annual Meeting the Christian Science Board of Directors discussed Paul's statement in Second Corinthians 11:3 about "the simplicity that is in Christ." One of the points behind this Bible admonition was an effort to warn Christians about being gullible.

In some respects today's world isn't so different. One doesn't have to look too far on the internet to find misleading statements about Christian Science. Nor does one have to look endlessly to find misstatements about those who serve the Cause of Christian Science. A word to the wise might be that all of us, just like early Christians, would do well to defend our thought from being gullible about what we read and hear. We'll more often find ourselves "with one accord in one place" (Acts 2:1) as we turn away from human ignorance and move to divine intelligence.

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