True Spirituality

The student of Christian Science learns in his early study to think of spirituality in terms of Truth. On page 99 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" Mrs. Eddy says, "The calm, strong currents of true spirituality, the manifestations of which are health, purity, and self-immolation, must deepen human experience." In "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany," answering a student's inquiry as to whether she should refer to herself as an immortal idea of the one divine Mind, Mrs. Eddy replied (p. 242): "You can never demonstrate spirituality until you declare yourself to be immortal and understand that you are so. Christian Science is absolute; it is neither behind the point of perfection nor advancing towards it; it is at this point and must be practised therefrom."

With these statements in view, spirituality unfolds as the present actuality of man.

Error's Claim Refuted
October 17, 1942

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