ONE INFINITE CAUSE

In a book of selections from the Talmud there is a quaint tradition of the early life of Abraham which has a close parallel in the experience of many of those who turn to the Christian Science concept of God for relief from the woes of sense. It runs as follows:—

"From his earliest childhood Abram was a lover of the Lord. God had granted him a wise heart, ready to comprehend and understand the majesty of the eternal, and able to despise the vanity of idolatry. When quite a child, beholding the brilliant splendor of the noonday sun and the reflected glory which it cast upon all objects around, he said, 'Surely this brilliant light must be a god; to him will I render worship.' And he worshiped the sun and prayed to it.

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