"The perfection of man is intact"

"The light and warmth of God's love ... meet the human need, whatever that need may be"

In a sermon delivered in Boston in 1885, Mrs. Eddy declared God to be all-powerful and ever present and man to be His creation, His perfect likeness. And she says (Miscellaneous Writings, p. 173), "The perfection of man is intact." In Science and Health, after referring to the inseparability of God and man, she writes (p. 306), "Thus Science proves man's existence to be intact."

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