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The Christ: Audio Edition: digital download version

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Sound recording copyright 2008 The Christian Science Publishing Society. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Do not redistribute. From the "The Christ" Themed Collection
The Christ: Audio Edition: digital download version

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Illumine your sense of the Christ through this uplifting audio collection of classic articles and testimonies of Christian Science healing. Learn how a true understanding of the life and works of Christ Jesus reveals your own unity with the Christ—and heals! These articles and testimonies were originally published in The Christian Science Journalor the Christian Science Sentinel.

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Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • "The Activity of the Christ" - L. Ivimy Gwalter
  • "The Consistency that is in Christ" - John M. Tutt
  • "The Christ Science" - Julia M. Johnston
  • "The Office of the Christ" - Florence C. Southwell
  • Testimony of healing - by Charlene Ann Miller
  • Testimony of healing - by Claire Masson
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Format: MP3 Audio Digital Download

Sound recording copyright 2008 The Christian Science Publishing Society. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Do not redistribute. From the "The Christ" Themed Collection

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