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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