Simply because mortal belief has said that sin, disease,...

Kokomo (Ind.) Tribune

Simply because mortal belief has said that sin, disease, and death are real, is it necessary that we accept this as a fact and calmly resign ourselves to an irrevocable fate? The fact is, that they have all been proved unreal, not only in the experience of patriarchs and prophets of old, but fully and absolutely in the work of Christ Jesus and his disciples, and now in a very marked degree and in ever increasing measure by the work of Christian Science.

In the account of the spiritual and real creation, as given in the first chapter of Genesis and the first five verses of the second chapter, there is no cognizance taken of sin, disease, or death; nor is any mention made of them, for "God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. ... Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them." Here God's creation was declared complete and perfect, and consequently God's law proclaimed as the law of good, the law of Life. It was the belief of material sense that produced sin, disease, and death; but spiritual sense, the real sense of the real man, knows nothing of any of these evils, and there is no law of God to support them.

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