The deductions of Christian Science are simple but profound. They start with the fact of God's allness and goodness and end with the demonstrable conclusion that His creation is spiritual and perfect. Whatever contradicts this conclusion is held in Christian Science to be totally unreal. Mary Baker Eddy discovered these fundamental truths of being and proved them by healing human discords of every kind and by teaching others how to do so. She realized that because these simple facts were divinely correct, they would lead mankind to great depths of understanding. They portend the full revelation of man as spiritually perfect.

Mrs. Eddy writes as follows in "The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany" (pp. 229, 230): "Truth is strong with destiny; it takes life profoundly; it measures the infinite against the finite." Because it is the nature of Truth to unfold infinitely, those who state it correctly and apply it with humility progress in spiritual power and capability, and their realization of life in God deepens.

January 13, 1951

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