MIND'S IDEAS AND THEIR MULTIPLICATION

In her textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy refers to the infinite calculus of Spirit (see p. 209), and she no doubt uses this expression to lift thought above the sense of finity to the appreciation of the absolute, unrestricted, and unlimited nature of God, of Principle and its idea. In the Science of being, all elements of finity and restriction are removed because we are always dealing with the infinite, with that which is immeasurable, with that which possesses nothing of a finite nature.

Self-existent Mind is necessarily expressed in ideas. It knows and conceives all as ideas. The so-called human or mortal mind cognizes or conceives all things materially. Its concepts are mutable and finite. But infinity can never express itself in a finite or limited way. The very fact that the so-called things or objects of material sense can be destroyed shows that they are obviously finite.

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