A Book of Law

The Bible deserves profound reverence, although it may not receive this from those who read it merely as an interesting history of a people obscure in the era which it records. Superficial reading will never help one grasp the vast significance of the Bible or that aspect of it which makes it a textbook of divine Science—a book of law.

Almost from its beginning chapters this Book of books records the power of God's law working in human thought and bringing it into conformity with His will.

What have been considered supernatural events or the miraculous interventions of Deity in the affairs of men are revealed through Christian Science to be demonstrations of divine law. These demonstrations show the superiority of God's law over so-called material laws, which men because of their ignorance of the higher law believe have power to control human life and hold them in a state of helplessness.

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Science and Morals
June 11, 1966

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