Christian Science's Appeal to Scholars

"The truths of Christian Science can be worked out and proved scientifically"

Some scholarly persons discredit belief in a Supreme Being. Many others accept His existence as a strong probability or a certainty and yet feel that He is so far removed from their daily experiences as to have no direct influence upon them. Both groups tend to think of a belief in and reliance upon divine guidance as a form of weakness, as a result of not thinking deeply and a willingness to accept things on faith alone. There is much reason for concluding that those individuals are the ones who are not thinking deeply on the subject of divine influence and guidance.

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