THE DEEP SLEEP

Students of Christian Science are immeasurably grateful as they come to understand the metaphysical meaning of the deep sleep which the allegory in Genesis tells us fell upon Adam, and which Christian Science so clearly explains.

In the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," Mary Baker Eddy points out that the deep sleep of mortal existence is the Adam-dream, the delusion that life and intelligence exist in matter and that evil is as real and eternal as good. In this dream, also, mortal man believes that he is the creator of other mortals like himself, that he dwells in a material body, and that this body is the source of both pain and pleasure.

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APPLIED SCIENCE
May 23, 1953
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