"THE PLACE WHEREON THOU STANDEST"

People and places dominate the human scene. Yet many questions involving "who" and "where" are much less important than we suppose.

Christian Science teaches us that it is just as misleading to think of man and the universe in terms of people and places as it is to think of God in terms of human personality. For this religion presents man and the universe as spiritual ideas and presents God as infinite individuality. In "Rudimental Divine Science" by Mary Baker Eddy appears this question (p. 3): "By the individuality of God, do you mean that God has a finite form?" In answer, Mrs. Eddy says in part: "No. I mean the infinite and divine Principle of all being, the ever-present I Am, filling all space, including in itself all Mind, the one Father-Mother God."

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