The Brotherhood of Man

There are few topics more commonly considered and discussed to-day than the brotherhood of man. All the world accepts the conclusion that such brotherhood is a fact, and most men are willing to admit, if it could be properly recognized and proved from the standpoint of universal Love, that most of earth's problems would be on the way to a happy solution. Notwithstanding this general opinion, there still appears more or less skepticism among men as to the possibility of true brotherhood ever being fully demonstrated. It is not so, however, with Christian Scientists, who see in their church organization not only the open door to the realization of the heaven where each shall love his brother as himself, but also the method whose practice will enable all to enter therein.

Mrs. Eddy assures us of this when in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 467) she writes: "It should be thoroughly understood that all men have one Mind, one God and Father, one Life, Truth, and Love. Mankind will become perfect in proportion as this fact becomes apparent, war will cease and the true brotherhood of man will be established;" while in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 318) she makes assurance doubly sure when she says, "Mine and thine are obsolete terms in absolute Christian Science, wherein and whereby the universal brotherhood of man is stated and demands to be demonstrated."

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