A PROCLAMATION OF UNIVERSAL SALVATION

Among the great proclamations declaring the right of the individual to freedom from oppression are the Magna Charta, the Declaration of Independence, and the Emancipation Proclamation. They set forth the basic dignity of the individual and his right to self-government.

But these noble declarations only point to a greater proclamation, which guarantees the complete freedom of mankind from all human discords and limitations. This great declaration is called by its author, Mary Baker Eddy, "the scientific statement of being" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 468). It sets forth the eternal allness, perfection, and harmony of God, and the spiritual nature of man as the son of God. Through our understanding and application of its basic truths this declaration meets all human needs and proves the unreality of everything that is unlike God, Spirit.

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