"WHAT IS WRITTEN IN THE LAW? HOW READEST THOU?"

Mary Baker Eddy defines Christian Science thus (Rudimental Divine Science, p. 1): "As the law of God, the law of good, interpreting and demonstrating the divine Principle and rule of universal harmony." Mankind has long believed in laws of sickness, discord, sin, and death and has suffered from the effects of such beliefs. Christian Science has come to this age renouncing, denouncing, and proving unreal these age-old beliefs and showing us how to apply the law of God in our own behalf and that of others, thus proving that man as God's own image and likeness is not now and never was subject to unjust laws. The master Christian himself came "not ... to destroy, but to fulfil" this law of good.

As one endeavors to practice the law of God, he finds that many so-called laws which he may once have believed affected his well-being are proved false. He finds, too, that within the precincts of his own thinking he is constantly challenging false laws and repudiating their false testimony. Man, reflecting God, is subject only to the perfect law of God. He is subject to no lesser law.

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