An article in your paper headed "The Paris Meeting"...

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An article in your paper headed "The Paris Meeting" referred to Christian Science as follows: "Anglo-French relations will not be improved by a sort of Christian Science method of pretending that differences do not exist."

Such a method is not Christian Science. Its followers deceive neither themselves nor others into pretending anything. They do, however, draw a distinction between the real and the unreal, between God-created facts and temporal falsities. They see the necessity of understanding and making practical in human experience, so far as is possible, the great truth that the everlasting effect of the one eternal cause is here and now, to be understood and demonstrated; that only the good and unchanging emanate from God, infinite Mind, and that His ideas alone exist as entities.

The darkness of ignorance in its blindness may attempt in belief to hide, change, disturb, or destroy the works of God, cause confusion, and interfere with His eternal laws. This false sense Christian Scientists refuse to acknowledge as real,—that is to say, as God ordained or created, as having any place, power, or existence in Truth, however real it may appear.

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