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"If there is an ultimate truth, why isn't it simple and generally accepted?" A question that's probably been asked millions of times over centuries. Christ Jesus' welcome to small children is touching in this context: he undoubtedly knew that the truth of being can be responded to by the innocent and uncorrupted.
Two thousand years later a truth-seeker—and truth-finder—wrote to a friend about Christian Science: "Truth is, and ever has been, simple; and because of its utter simplicity, we in our pride and selfishness have been looking right over it. We have been keeping our eyes turned toward the sky, scanning the heavens with a far-off gaze in search of light, expecting to see the truth blaze forth like some great comet, or in some extraordinary manner; and when, instead of coming in great pomp and splendor, it appears in the simpleness of demonstration, we are staggered at it, and refuse to accept it; our intellectual pride is shocked, and we are sure that there has been some mistake. Human nature is ever the same." Quoted in Mary Baker Eddy, Miscellaneous Writings, p. 469;
From grief to perception of eternal Life
HAZEL WILLOUGHBY HARRISON
Elise Manon Lunas
The purity impulse
ROBERT COE GILBERT
"After forty days"
ROBERT TOWNSEND WARNECK
Problems are solved by looking up
FRANKIE L. THOMAS
Our nets need not break
MARY AGNES KEYES
The ideal is attainable
EDWIN R. ALLEY
Christina Elizabeth Bentinck
Geoffrey J. Barratt
Inheritances and family harmony
Nathan A. Talbot
Jonah and the whale
Florence Mary Mason
I learned about Christian Science in October 1971
Angela Mauceri De González with contributions from James M. Lounsbury
God has supplied my every need over a period of many years
Edna R. Simons