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Man: material mixture or compound idea?

God's man is not a mixture! This spiritual fact brought instant insight and healing to Robbie.

His eighth-grade class had been studying some chemistry. The teacher had explained the differences between a compound and a mixture. A physical compound combines two or more different elements, forming a new and stable substance. For example, when hydrogen and oxygen are combined in the right way, a chemical change occurs and water is formed. In a mixture, by contrast, the constituents don't really combine; for instance, think of putting water and oil together.

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