Improving by Proving

That which is real and eternal cannot be improved, but the proving of Truth always means improvement in human affairs. Thus the great need is to know, apply, and demonstrate Truth in daily life.

Speaking of herself as author of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy says on page 127 of that textbook: "The terms Divine Science, Spiritual Science, Christ Science or Christian Science, or Science alone, she employs interchangeably, according to the requirements of the context. These synonymous terms stand for everything relating to God, the infinite, supreme, eternal Mind. It may be said, however, that the term Christian Science relates especially to Science as applied to humanity."

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