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Rudimental Divine Science

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Author: Mary Baker Eddy (Mary Morse Baker)
Published: 1891
Language: English
Wordcount: 7,114 / 29 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 63.9
LoC Category: BL
Downloads: 797
Added to site: 2006.10.31
mnybks.net#: 15106
Genre: Religion
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t you may awake from a night-dream; just so you can awake from the dream of sickness; but the demonstration of the Science of Mind-healing by no means 18 rests on the strength of human belief. This demonstra- tion is based on a true understanding of God and divine Science, which takes away every human belief, and, 21 through the illumination of spiritual understanding, re- veals the all-power and ever-presence of good, whence emanate health, harmony, and Life eternal. 24

The lecturer, teacher, or healer who is indeed a Christian Scientist, never introduces the subject of human anatomy; never depicts the muscular, vascular, or nervous opera- 27 tions of the human frame. He never talks about the structure of the material body. He never lays his hands 1 on the patient, nor manipulates the parts of the body sup- posed to be ailing. Above all, he keeps unbroken the Ten 3 Commandments, and practises Christ's Sermon on the Mount.

Wrong thoughts and methods strengthen the sense of 6 disease, instead of

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