Christian Scientists but reasonably contend that material...

Warsaw (Ind.) Union

Christian Scientists but reasonably contend that material existence, with all its consequent sin, sickness, and death, is but a misconception on the part of mortals of spiritual existence or of man's real being as the image and likeness of God, Spirit, basing their hope of immortality on the Scriptural assurance that, "when he shall appear, we shall be like him," because, forsooth, we shall then "see him as he is." For in the light of the truth of the gospel of Christ, we shall some day discern all things spiritually, not as now through a material medium, "darkly."

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