It is particularly interesting for Christian Scientists to...

Eastern Daily Press

It is particularly interesting for Christian Scientists to read in today's Eastern Daily Press a clergyman's statement that "Science will fail in its purpose unless and until it recognizes that the scientist himself is a religious being and that the only view of the universe which ultimately will satisfy is the spiritual interpretation," because that statement agrees so well with that of Mary Baker Eddy in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," where she writes (p. 128), "The term Science, properly understood, refers only to the laws of God and to His government of the universe, inclusive of man."

It is indeed the spiritual interpretation of the universe, the true knowledge of God and His Christ, in other words the Science of Christ, which must be the ultimate and final purpose of all human endeavor. Whereas no one wishes to deny the immense value of the work of physicists, it is in the spiritual interpretation of the universe, the spiritual understanding of God's laws, that salvation from all the ills of the flesh lies. This understanding can be gained from the Bible, which, spiritually interpreted as God's Word must indeed be, is the revelation to mankind of the Science of the Christ of God.

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