The series of ten articles begins next month in the February Journal. It takes an honest look at where we are in the second century of the Christian Science movement and doesn't mince words about where we need to go. The series offers thoughts and observations, looks at tough questions, and candidly shares spiritual experiences of the authors. It brings into focus strong, fresh spiritual convictions regarding the Science of Christ, and the depth, dimension, and demonstration we all can find in it.
SECOND-CENTURY CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: DEPTH, DIMENSION, DEMONSTRATION
From the Christian Science Board of Directors A New Journal Series
with contributions from MARY TRAMMELL, JUDY WOLFF, J. EDWARD ODEGAARD, MICHAEL PABST, J. THOMAS BLACK, KEVIN NESS, LEIGH DAUGHERTY, NATHAN A. TALBOT, MARGARET ROGERS, ALLISON W. PHINNEY
From the January 2010 issue of The Christian Science Journal
WE ARE NEARLY halfway through the second hundred years of the Christian Science movement, measuring from the discovery of the Science of Christ by Mary Baker Eddy in 1866. It seems a good time, as Christian Scientists, to ask ourselves the question, What has changed in this second century of Christian Science? Obviously, outward changes in the world have accelerated tremendously.
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