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LETTERS

From the September 2009 issue of The Christian Science Journal


I just read Mary Trammell's article "Beyond Words—to the Word!" (July Journal, p. 10). It really helped me wade through all the pros and cons of different translations and focus on what's important. I've heard individuals say they're unhappy about having a different Bible translation in the Golden Text or Responsive Reading of the Christian Science Bible Lesson. I usually think to myself, "Would using a different translation hinder my ability to heal?" Thanks again.


Thank you to the Journal and practitioners Fujiko Signs and John Kohler for their most helpful article "Are the Glory Days of Christian Science Gone? Two Views" (July, p.50). How articulate they are in expressing the love and rightness behind Christian Science! Thank you for putting into words feelings that well up, wanting never to give up. Mary Baker Eddy's Hymn No. 160 says," ... God able is/To raise up seed–in thought and deed— / To faithful His..." (Christian Science Hymnal).

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