Man, Imperturbable

Separating the real from the unreal, Christian Science separates the imperturbable and the perturbable. If the real alone is true, therefore governed by spiritual law and allied to Principle, there can be nothing in actual fact which is perturbable or able to cause trouble.

On page 96 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy says: "This material world is even now becoming the arena for conflicting forces. On one side there will be discord and dismay; on the other side there will be Science and peace." And in the margin we read, "Arena of contest."

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