MY BROTHER'S KEEPER

FREQUENTLY , mortals echo Cain's query (Gen. 4:9), "Am I my brother's keeper?" And the answer is still, Yes. Christian Science teaches that it is our duty to keep the perfect conception of man intact, and never by thought, word, or deed attribute evil to man's being.

Mankind is today challenged as never before to lift thought above the turmoil of an era seemingly rife with dangers and animosities to the clear vistas of spiritual consciousness, where man is revealed as the beloved and perfect child of God. If Christian Scientists keep the first of the two great commandments, to love the one God, they must also keep the second, to love their neighbor as themselves. Neighborly or brotherly love is universal in nature. Mary Baker Eddy tells us in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 266), "Universal Love is the divine way in Christian Science."

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