Not the Fault of Principle

If a pupil in mathematics makes a mistake it is neither the fault of the text-book of mathematics nor of the author of the text-book. Neither has the principle of mathematics upon which the text-book is based been impaired or destroyed by the blunder or failure of the pupil.

So, in the demonstration of Christian Science, if the student blunders or fails to prove the Principle of the Christian Science text-book, it is neither the fault of the text-book nor of its author. Neither has the Principle of Christian Science upon which the text-book is based been impaired or destroyed by the blunder or failure of the Christian Science student.

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