I attended a Christian Science Society service where they read the opening scripted statement, “The Bible and the Christian Science textbook are our only preachers. We shall now read Scriptural text, and their correlative passages from our denominational textbook; these comprise our sermon.” As a group “we” didn’t read the Bible, or the denominational text. Rather both were read to us by two women known as Reader One and Reader Two. I was the only one to use my Bible and with almost 40 different passages of Scriptures I followed along as best I could with the biblical text. However, the speed of the reading and the lack of a hard copy of the denominational text made it, in my mind, impossible for a listener to be confident of the parallel being drawn. Paul reminds us that we have an individual responsibility in handling the Word of Truth, “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth” (2 Tim 2:15 NIV).