"Builded together"

Christian Science is the Science of Life. It is therefore of first importance that the nature of this Science become better understood. The contemplative study of the writings of its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, is a necessary step toward this objective. On page 264 of "Miscellaneous Writings" she says: "Unity is the essential nature of Christian Science. Its Principle is One, and to demonstrate the divine One, demands oneness of thought and action." The word "essential" is defined as meaning "indispensable."

"Unity," or "oneness of thought and action," is then the not-to-be-dispensed-with nature of Christian Science. Every thought, point of view, attitude of mind entertained by us which lacks a sense of the unity or oneness of God, His universe, and man, is outside Christian Science. To tolerate or condone it is to surrender our hope of Truth's heaven for the belief in error's hell.

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