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The Horeb Height
Christian Science teaches that to gain a clear sense of the relationship of God and the real spiritual man, plainly revealed in the first chapter of Genesis, one must necessarily get rid of the belief that man is a mortal, forever on his knees for mercy and looking up to a faraway, corporeal God. Christian Scientists seek to understand the true nature of God as infinite Spirit and to see man and the universe as God has created them and to know them only as God knows them.
The divine theology of Christian Science teaches that God, Spirit, is the only creator, the all-knowing Mind or intelligence, the forever God who created man after His likeness; that He is the inexhaustible divine Principle of all life and being; that He is "of purer eyes than to behold evil." Hab. 1:13;
Those who accept the holy, healing doctrine of Christian Science apprehend, then, that man is not a sinful mortal but the perfect idea of God; that he is as free from the illusions of material sense as is God; that he beholds the truth of his real being because he has no other mind or origin than that of Spirit. As we search the Scriptures, we find that God does reveal Himself to mankind.
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Intelligence Conquers Inflation
Accepting God as Our Physician
MARJORIE SUZANNE WENDLER
The True View of Life
STANLEY JOHN YORK
The Horeb Height
JEAN M. SNYDER
Lean on God
JUANITA WILLIAMS GARDNER
God's Perfect Child
HELEN L. CONNELLY
Margaret M. N. Higson
The Sign of the Cross and the Crown
JIMMY J. VAKIL
Important Notice to All Members of The Mother Church
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
Color: Where We Are
Carl J. Welz
Tapping the Energies of Mind
Alan A. Aylwin
Christian Science has helped me on many occasions, in sickness...
Judith Caselani with contributions from Edy Caselani Meirelles
Christian Science was introduced to me about twenty years ago...
John Cotton with contributions from Lucille R. Neff
I feel very fortunate in having had the privilege as a child and as...
Frank R. Wilson with contributions from Eileen T. White
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Louis Cassels, K. Belmont Metzger