Solving the Problem of Being

What exactly is the problem of being? Is it solvable? If so, how does one go about solving it? And what is the solution? Christian Science offers a definite answer to each of these profound questions.

Suppose for a moment that one were faced with a challenging mathematical problem. How would one approach it? Although there is no fixed way to solve all mathematical problems, there is a general procedure a student of mathematics normally follows. First, he examines the problem carefully to determine exactly what is being asked. Next, he may refer to his mathematics textbook, or other books, for the definitions, rules, and examples involved. Then he proceeds, step by step, to work out the solution by applying what he has learned from his study. Finally—provided he is obedient to the rules, exact in his computations, and persistent in his efforts— the student arrives at the correct answer.

A Higher View
February 1, 1975

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.