CATEGORICAL DENIAL

In a court of law the counsel for the defense is in a very strong position when, as he listens to the arguments of the prosecution, he knows that he has in his possession undeniable and provable facts. These facts enable him to make a categorical denial of all accusations and to convince the judge or jury of their falsity. The acquittal of the defendant is thus assured.

The annulment of falsities through the understanding and demonstration of facts is applicable to the varied fields of human experience. In the proportion that we obtain and retain in consciousness the absolute and unqualified facts of our real being, we are enabled to render null and void the testimony of the material senses, however menacing or pleasurable, however plausible, it may seem to be. In other words, it is the knowledge of the facts of real being, when faithfully adhered to, that serves as a categorical denial of error, whatever its name or nature. Surely this must be the underlying message of the Scriptures, and it is undoubtedly that of Christian Science.

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