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Our True Nobility
The beauty and nobility of true, spiritual manhood are widely mocked and challenged today. Those who do not understand the deep, spiritual basis of moral laws are flouting time-tested customs and mores. They are interpreting freedom as the ability to act according to the dictates of one's own inclinations without the discipline of standards.
But can there be freedom if the Principle of freedom, the divine Esse, or Lawgiver, is ignored or disobeyed? Mankind's freedom from suffering and limitation comes, not through submitting to perversion and moral lawlessness, but through demonstrating increasingly in human experience man's true nobility. Those who obey higher moral laws can find cause to rejoice that the Christ, Truth, continues to reveal to mankind their real Godlike natures.
Christian Science shows God as the divine Principle of all life. He is Life itself, and His expression is man. Obedience to the laws of divine Love brings immeasurable harmony and health into our lives. We can demonstrate that the reflected strength and integrity of the fatherhood of God, as well as the love and tenderness of the motherhood of God, are essential qualities of the true, spiritual man's nature.
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Coincidence of the Letter and the Spirit
GLADYS C. GIRARD
Our Ever-present Perfection
MARVIN J. CHARWAT
Our True Nobility
ALICE E. BURHANS
NANCY S. NELSON
An Interview: with a Historian
with contributions from James Butler
Christianity and Eternal Life
Helen Wood Bauman
"Man is sustained by God"
William Milford Correll
For a number of years I have thought about giving this testimony...
When Christian Science came to me, I was in a very bad state...
Mary Swindells with contributions from Molly F. Giberson
About nine years ago while walking down the street in a large...
Richard K. Burtenshaw
When I was five years old, my older brother had a paper route
Douglas Palmer with contributions from Helen Palmer
Signs of the Times
Gordon B. McLendon