The Scientific Denial of Error

Before a healing can take place in Christian Science, the perfection of true being must be established in consciousness, at least to a degree. But in order to do this, it is usually necessary that one deny evil, or error, and affirm divine Truth.

A spontaneous realization of the presence of the goodness and allness of divine Love will sometimes do the work. In "Rudimental Divine Science" Mrs. Eddy declares, "The spiritual power of a scientific, right thought, without a direct effort, an audible or even a mental argument, has often times healed inveterate diseases." Rud., p. 9; Many students of Christian Science can testify to the practicality of this statement. Children demonstrate this naturally and frequently in their own experiences of healing.

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