How Can You Say That Evil Is Unreal?

Such a question has a familiar ring to many a Christian Scientist, because he himself may have asked someone the same question before Christian Science gave him the answer.

No one will deny that evil seems to be a part of our everyday experience; but this does not make it real. Its seeming reality, however, impels us to adjust our thought, through the teachings of Christian Science, to the fact of evil's deceptiveness. Why? Because the scientific denial of the reality of evil has a beneficial effect on our experience. But such denial is effective only when we put the truth of good's allness in its place.

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