In your issue of April 3, a columnist observes that demonstration...

Weld County News

In your issue of April 3, a columnist observes that demonstration of "how effectually our wishes warp actualities in our minds" is not limited to Christian Science.

The words "actual" and "real" are synonymous. A part of the definition of "real," as found in Webster's New International Dictionary, is "actual, as distinguished from fictitious or imaginary." Christian Science classifies good as real and evil as unreal. It distinguishes between true thought and erroneous belief. Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, in her book "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," writes (p. 71), "Nothing is real and eternal,---nothing is Spirit,---but God and His idea," and she has abundant Scriptural authority for making this statement.

Christian Science teaches that the source of all inharmonious conditions is the so-called mortal or carnal mind. These conditions are not to be ignored; they must be corrected. Christian Science teaches how this is accomplished.

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November 22, 1930

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