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Mortal, human, divine—a conversation with Judy Wolff

How clarity about these concepts supports effective scientific treatment

From the September 2011 issue of The Christian Science Journal


During her college years, JUDY WOLFF witnessed a dramatic Christian Science healing of her mother from the late stages of a lung disease that had afflicted her intermittently since childhood. That healing inspired Judy to better know and serve God. In 1997, she became a Christian Science practitioner so she could help others the same way a practitioner had helped her mom.

Then in 2003, Judy became a teacher of Christian Science. And for the past five years, she has also served as a trustee of The Christian Science Publishing Society. She lives with her husband, Russ, in Arlington, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, DC.

When I asked Judy what she’d like to talk about for a Journal conversation, she said, “I’ve been thinking recently about how really understanding the meaning of the concepts mortal, human, and divine helps bring about effective scientific treatment.”

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