Necessity of Study

"Students who strictly adhere to the right, and make the Bible and Science and Health a study, are in no danger of mistaking their way," writes Mrs. Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, on page 284 of "Miscellaneous Writings."

An apt student, one who duly progresses in whatever line of study he may pursue, avails himself of the authoritative textbooks on his subject; and to the extent that he relies on and resorts to the teachings, fundamentals, and examples set forth therein, he will correctly and satisfactorily put their teachings into practice. If the study be that of mathematics, for instance, the problems will be solved only by strict adherence to mathematical law. So it is with all branches of learning: each one has its rules, a knowledge of which involves constant faithful study. No less is this true of the greatest of all studies, the Science of Life, the Science of Truth, or Christian Science.

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