The Bible and Science and Health—the "sufficient guide" and its invaluable interpreter!

The Christian Science Monitor

Suppose you are a Japanese tourist visiting a beautiful city in Europe. As you tour the town you have a guide that knows the important details and is animatedly relaying all that she knows. Yet you only catch glimpses of her meaning. Why? Because your guide doesn't speak Japanese, and you understand only a little German!

There is an infinitely more important guide, a guide to the kingdom of heaven, which is often perceived as being as incomprehensible as a tour guide talking the wrong language. It is the Bible. Many drink in the beauty of the words, feel awed by the sense of its history, take in much of its moral meaning, but still feel as though the universe of divine Spirit it describes is indecipherable.

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