The Simplicity of Christian Science

The statement is sometimes made that Christian Science is difficult both to understand and to practice. The beginner may use this as an excuse for failure to apply its rules and precepts in the solution of a problem, when he discovers its constand appeal to Mind and the necessity for individual right thinking.

The intangibility, to the so-called material senses, of the modus of Christian Science as compared with human methods, apparently would bear out the contention of its difficulty until the student had gained a measure of understanding of that modus and experienced its beneficent operation in human affairs.

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