A Precision Religion

In the tool and die industry accuracy is a must. The making of identical parts is known as precision work. In achieving the goal of accuracy a diemaker must learn to work to the close tolerances demanded by industry.

Likewise Mrs. Eddy demands accuracy of her followers. She writes, "If this Science has been thoroughly learned and properly digested, we can know the truth more accurately than the astronomer can read the stars or calculate an eclipse." Science and Health, pp. 84-85;

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