The philosophy of Christian Science is idealistic, that is,...

Halifax (Can.) Mail

The philosophy of Christian Science is idealistic, that is, things exist as objectified states of consciousness; they have no real existence apart from divine Mind which gives them individuality and identity. The materialistic philosopher with his utmost reach of conjecture assumes an evident effect as primal cause and upon this quaking foundation builds the fabric of his dream of life. In our system of philosophy, God, Spirit, Mind, is the only cause; for Mind to think is for Mind to create, and this Mind comprehends within itself the entire universe of being and action.

September 9, 1905
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