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While making a business call in a department store, I came across a large sign, ERROR CONTROL. Under it was an arrow pointing to an office. This surprised me somewhat, as I had never before seen this term. Error control, I thought, is one way of describing what Christian Science does.
Mary Baker Eddy uses the term "error" quite often to indicate the material, discordant, and unreal. In Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures she writes, "Error is a supposition that pleasure and pain, that intelligence, substance, life, are existent in matter." Using Mind as a synonym for God, she goes on to say: "Error is neither Mind nor one of Mind's faculties. Error is the contradiction of Truth. Error is a belief without understanding. Error is unreal because untrue. It is that which seemeth to be and is not." Science and Health, p. 472;
G. STANLEY HAMMOND
Caught in a Wild, Whirlpool Tide
Robert L. Gates with contributions from Pat Dickerman
through moral might
LENORE D. HANKS
AURIEL WYNDHAM ADAMS
Feeling Safe on Campus
JEFFRY ROYLE GIBSON
What Is a Christian Science Reader?
Elizabeth Bliss Selover
New Views for Old
Carl J. Welz
Geoffrey J. Barratt
As a soldier in World War II, I had been privileged to experience...
Ernst Marchlowitz with contributions from Herta Marchlowitz
As a girl of sixteen, when Christian Science was introduced into...
Susan M. Stafford
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Marjory M. Robertson
Christian Science has played a major role for good in my life...
Lena S. Hoddinott
I would like to express my gratitude for Christian Science and...
Charles Prince Bonney