The report of the Christian Science lecture in a recent...

Stowmarket Recorder

The report of the Christian Science lecture in a recent issue has evidently given your correspondent "Studious" food for thought, and his suggestion that it should be read a second time is a good one.

He rightly says that the word "science" implies a comprehensive knowledge or understanding of the truth about and subject. Surely the highest Science must be that which deals with the supreme Principle and divine laws governing the universe, including man—the Science of being. The understanding and demonstration of this divine Science can never be "static," but must always include a progressive unfoldment of truth in the consciousness of mankind.

October 14, 1939
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