Christianity, briefly defined, is the daily living of the...

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Christianity, briefly defined, is the daily living of the teachings of Jesus Christ. Any religious teaching which conforms to the essential and fundamental precepts of our Master might properly be termed Christian, and cannot therefore justly be stigmatized as "unchristian and shockingly infidel." Christian Science is Christian in predicate and postulate, in premise and conclusion, in theory and in practice, and it is scientific because demonstrable. . . . The repudiation of Christian healing includes the repudiation of the essential teachings of Scripture. In fact, it means the complete ignoring of an integral part of Jesus' mission.

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THE LECTURES
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