BEING AND ITS UNFOLDMENT

Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, refers many times in her writings to the Science of being. Therefore, in its study every student seeks to know what "being" really means and how the knowledge of being may be related to himself. On page 26 of her book "No and Yes" Mrs. Eddy writes, "All real being represents God, and is in Him." And on the same page she says: "Man's individual being must reflect the supreme individual Being, to be His image and likeness; and this individuality never originated in molecule, corpuscle, materiality, or mortality. God holds man in the eternal bonds of Science,—in immutable harmony of divine law."

Everyone knows or is mentally aware that he exists. He is conscious of being, and because of this he is led through reason to see that existence is mental. He perceives that without mind or thought one would have no indication or awareness of being. Mrs. Eddy defines God as the Supreme Being, the divine and infinite self-existent Mind. She also declares that this Being must have expression or evidence and that this expression is manifested as man in an infinitude of unfolding ideas.

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