Nor can there be found a more rigorous type of practical morality, or clearer denunciations of evil-doing in every form, than exist among Christian Scientists. When they call sin "error," "delusion," "phantom," they mean, not what critics assume, but that the real man, who was created in the image of God, does not commit them.
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