THE DOCTRINE OF PERFECTION

Someone has said that the theology of Christian Science may be summed up in the following words: Perfect God, perfect man, perfect universe. This statement is found to be corroborated throughout the writings of Mary Baker Eddy, as, for example, on page 259 of her textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," where she writes as follows: "The Christlike understanding of scientific being and divine healing includes a perfect Principle and idea,—perfect God and perfect man,—as the basis of thought and demonstration."

A question commonly asked by humanity today is why there seems to be so much evil in the world, so much suffering, so much sickness and uncertainty. The answer is that it is because of ignorance of God and of the real man, formed in His image and likeness.

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