Scientific Sonship

"Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." With these arresting words Jesus opened a discussion between Nicodemus and himself. It was a memorable interview, sought indeed under cover of darkness, but the truth in the statements which followed, when understood spiritually, illumines forever the scientific sense of being, clarifies the mission of the Christ, makes plain the witness of Jesus, revealing the divine purpose of salvation undimmed by condemnation.

Drawn by an irresistible impulsion, this Pharisee came by night, fearing no doubt to inquire openly from one whose teachings were at such variance with popular and traditional doctrines, and yet discerning, if only dimly, the divine power and authority which found such pre-eminent expression in the words and works of Jesus.

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