The immediacy of God's law

Pictures of Saturn, its rings and its moons, all on the television screen in our living room—what an age we live in! Mrs. Eddy writes, "We welcome the increase of knowledge and the end of error, because even human invention must have its day, and we want that day to be succeeded by Christian Science, by divine reality." Science and Health, p. 95.

But the transmission to earth of pictures of Saturn and other planets in our solar system, from hundreds of millions of miles away in space, is far exceeded by the immediacy of God's law. In answer to the question "How would you define Christian Science?" Mrs. Eddy writes, "As the law of God, the law of good, interpreting and demonstrating the divine Principle and rule of universal harmony." Rudimental Divine Science, p. 1.

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