Do we use Christian Science?

Do we "use" Christian Science? Certainly not in any expedient sense of the word. The student of this Science does not use it as a means to a merely human goal. But he does constantly make use of his understanding of the truth of being in order to demonstrate that truth in purer, happier, healthier, more worthwhile living to the glory of God.

The practice of divine metaphysics is defined by Mrs. Eddy in many ways—among them as "the utilization of the power of Truth over error." The full sentence states: "The Principle of divine metaphysics is God; the practice of divine metaphysics is the utilization of the power of Truth over error; its rules demonstrate its Science." Science and Health, p. 111;

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