Many years ago, when I was first introduced to Christian Science, I was a member of a Congregational church; but I began attending a branch Church of Christ, Scientist, on Wednesday evenings and would go to the local Christian Science Reading Room on Saturdays to talk with the librarian. Having been given a copy of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, I found the concepts, many of which were contrary to the doctrine I had absorbed in the Congregational denomination, difficult to understand at first.
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