Christian Science differs from all other religions and...

Peninsula Herald

Christian Science differs from all other religions and systems of healing in that it employs nothing but spiritual means and methods, whose potency is divine, not human.

The Christian Scientist is a student of spiritual things and spiritual law,—the truth of God, man, and the universe, their relation to each other, and the divine laws that govern them. He learns among other things that the so-called mind of mortals is the cause of ill health and not its cure. He therefore turns away from, rather than to, human will modes of thinking, and endeavors to realize the truth, the truth of being, and in so far as he does this in the way taught in Christian Science he brings harmony into his experience, both mentally and physically, and has less need to exercise the body in order to keep well. The exercise of spiritual faculties is potent beyond all other means and methods.

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July 25, 1925
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