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From the October 1886 issue of The Christian Science Journal

In what does a man's identity consist? Whence comes it? Has it birth and death? Has it a double significance? Has it aught in common with moral responsibility? Grave questions these; questions so serious in their import, that the changes will be rung upon them, until from her throne of authority, the irrefutable decision of Divine Science is universally heard, understood, accepted, and incorporated into man's existence. By the aid of this Science only, can a pathway be found through the labyrinth of the great problems before this people.