TO the neophyte in Christian Science, it is naturally difficult to accept the verity of its insistent declaration that all that is real is perfect and eternal. But this is not surprising when one recognizes that the entire trend of his training and education, having been attained through the acceptance of sense testimony, supports his belief in the reality of an imperfect and wholly transitory existence.
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