The Fan

We find in Genesis two accounts of creation—one represents the spiritual fact, the other the Adam myth, or fable. The first account, the true one, is entirely spiritual and good. It shows that God has made man in His image to reflect Him, and man has been given dominion. But the second gives a picture of man that is misty, confused, deceptive—full of defeat, shame, and fear—in which the Lord God comments to Adam, "Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return." Gen. 3:19;

Mrs. Eddy tells us in Science and Health that "fan" signifies "separator of fable from fact; that which gives action to thought." Science and Health, p. 586;

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