In a letter signed "Vatic," appearing in a recent issue of...


In a letter signed "Vatic," appearing in a recent issue of the Gleaner, Christian Science was mentioned in connection with a statement about superstition. The fact is that "between Christian Science and all forms of superstition a great gulf is fixed, as impassable as that between Dives and Lazarus!" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, p. 83.)

Christ Jesus came teaching and proving that spiritual law, the law of God, when understood and properly applied, operates in human experience to free mankind from sin, selfishness, sensuality, and their effects—sickness, poverty, and degradation.

Christian Science is the discovery of this Science of Christianity, and through the study of the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, students are learning to apply this spiritual law with mathematical certainty to the solution of their problems, thereby improving their morals, their dispositions, and their health, and gaining an increased capacity for doing that which is right and good.

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"Fret not thyself"
November 7, 1936

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