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Truth Against Error
Christian Science interprets the Scriptures as teaching that God is Truth, and it asserts that anything not of God, or good, is not true, hence is error—a Scriptural term for evil. Any prayerful effort to heal through Christian Science calls for the pitting of Truth against error. Then such a spiritual effort is not a contest between a person and an error but between Truth itself and the error. The full force of Truth is in this way brought to bear upon the inharmonies of the carnal, or mortal, mind, regardless of whether an inharmony claims to be great or insignificant.
Truth is never limited, nor is its power divided among many mentalities. Its undivided might is here for all to reflect. Christ Jesus understood this fact so well that he could finally say, "All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth." Matt. 28:18; And he made the astonishing promise that those who believed on him—lived the Christ, God's ideal, that he manifested—would do the works that he did, and even greater ones. Jesus was explaining the Science of power and declaring its universality. Whatever is truly scientific is always universal in its availability.
Some Hard Decisions
MELVIN A. HURWICK
Is Your God Able?
MARTHA SHAFFER KEENE
W. RALPH ROCKHOLD
Existence: Spiritual or Material?
RUTH KIEL MARTIN
TELL IT NOW!
Dorothea T. Leamy
NANCY JANE DOTY
Don't Push, Just Steer
FLORENCE ORR BURKETT
Joel's Happy List
SUSAN RAE NELSON
Truth Against Error
Helen Wood Bauman
"Present your bodies a living sacrifice"
Alan A. Aylwin
Christian Science was presented to me approximately thirty...
Lura F. Etheridge
How great my debt is to Mary Baker Eddy for setting down her...
Leo E. Schweizer
Christian Science has been the only religion I have known
Susanne B. Sommer
My expression of gratitude to God for Christ Jesus and for...
Vonnie Rieke with contributions from Edward William Farhood
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Vickrey Dougherty, R. Gopaldresg