THE LOOM OF LIFE

Perhaps in no one thing is the line of demarcation between Christian Science and other religious teaching more clearly shown than in this, that in Christian Science understanding takes the place of blind belief, and the intelligent working out of one's salvation supersedes groping and helpless hope. The careful and faithful study of the Christian Science text-book, with the Bible, unfolds the way of this understanding and enables the student to grasp the unerring Principle and the scientific application of this new-old religion of Christ Jesus. This differentiation of Christian Science from other modes of thought was interestingly illustrated while watching the wonderful weaving of the marvelous Gobelin tapestries at the state manufactory in Paris.

From the time of Homer, who sang in his "Odyssey,"—

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