Breaking Away

On page 150 of Science and Health Mrs. Eddy writes: "The science (so-called) of physics would have one believe that both matter and mind are subject to disease, and that, too, in spite of the individual's protest and contrary to the law of divine Mind [God]. This human view infringes man's free moral agency; and it is as evidently erroneous to the author, and will be to all others at some futhure day, as the practically rejected doctrine of the predestination of souls to damnation or salvation." That a start, at least, has been made toward the acceptance of the truth of this statement, many who have long been numbered in the ranks of Christian Scientists bear witness, and it is proved anew by the report of a sermon which recently appeared in the Los Angeles (Cal.) Tribune, from which we quote as follows:—

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