A correspondent says that the spiritual discernment of...

Finchley (England) Press

A correspondent says that the spiritual discernment of Christian Scientists is purely imaginary and arises from egotism. He evidently is not speaking from the standpoint of personal knowledge of this subject; hence he is not in a position to judge of it. All truth must come to one as a revelation, and it must be spiritually discerned, since all absolute truth is Spirit and its spiritual manifestation. A child has to learn that twice two is four. It is a revelation to him. One would not say that his discernment of this eternal fact was "pure imagination" or the result of egotism. Christian Science reveals God as divine Principle, and the discernment of this must come as a revelation to those prepared to receive it. The next step is to prove it by demonstration.

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Taking Stock
December 30, 1916

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