INDISSOLUBLE UNITY

What God is, man manifests or expresses because of his indissoluble unity with the Father, the source of all true being. Man is God's—divine Mind's—idea. On page 468 of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." Mary Baker Eddy says, "All is infinite Mind and its infinite manifestation, for God is All-in-all."

It is plain that man, the manifestation or representative of God, his creator, has no initiative of his own upon which he needs to depend for life and activity. "Man is not God, but like a ray of light which comes from the sun, man, the outcome of God, reflects God," says Mrs. Eddy (ibid., p. 250). Thus man in God's likeness is not a human being, subject to material conditions; rather is he the constant, eternal, spiritual outcome or reflection of God, expressing in quality the infinite good that is God. Man can never get outside of infinity. He is inseparable from his divine source; consequently he is forever established and maintained.

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