CHRISTIAN UNITY

In a letter to a branch Church of Christ, Scientist, Mary Baker Eddy once wrote: "The chain of Christian unity, unbroken, stretches across the sea and rises upward to the realms of incorporeal Life—even to the glorious beatitudes of divine Love. Striving to be good, to do good, and to love our neighbor as ourself, man's soul is safe; man emerges from mortality and receives his rights inalienable—the love of God and man" (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 200).

The love of God and man bases Christian unity, and nothing less can guarantee unity. And when obedience to God's law of love is cherished, placed before every other consideration in mankind's various dealings with one another, there can be no separation of interests and aims—religious, political, economical, philanthropic.

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