ABSOLUTE TRUTH HEALS

IN a sense, education is not so much the accumulation of knowledge as it is the overcoming of ignorance. If one admits this, he will be prepared to see that pure metaphysical truth can overcome false, restrictive material concepts by bringing one into the richness of a realization of the truth as revealed in the exact Science of the Christ, or Christian Science.

When Mary Baker Eddy declares in "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany" (p. 242) that "Christian Science is absolute," she implies that its truths being absolute, are perfect, complete, and certain, free from limitation, and not subject to adulteration, compromise, or rationalization. Because this Science is absolute she declares further, "It is neither behind the point of perfection nor advancing towards it; it is at this point and must be practised therefrom." Then she continues, "Unless you fully perceive that you are the child of God, hence perfect, you have no Principle to demonstrate and no rule for its demonstration. By this I do not mean that mortals are the children of God,—far from it. In practising Christian Science you must state its Principle correctly, or you forfeit your ability to demonstrate it."

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