DIVINE MIND AND MAN

Divine Mind reveals man as expressing Spirit, as wholly spiritual. In truth there is not a single material element in man. If there were, he would not fulfill the Scriptural definition of man as made in God's image and likeness. God is incorporeal; therefore it follows that man must be incorporeal. What we know concerning God determines what we know concerning man, and the man referred to is our true selfhood, which is spiritual and perfect.

Mary Baker Eddy in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" begins her definition of man by disclosing what man is not. She writes (p. 475), "Man is not matter; he is not made up of brain, blood, bones, and other material elements." In this passage we have uncovered to us the erroneous nature of mortal man.

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