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[Essay read before the Massachusetts Metaphysical College Association, by Mrs. S. H. Crosse. Published by request of the members.]

From the January 1888 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The teaching of Christian Science makes unity of thought with us, as a people, unqualifiedly essential, if we desire success in overcoming even the uneducated forces of mortal mind. There should be the bond of union and sympathy between us that comes from the spiritual sense of our oneness in Christ—a practical Christianity, wherein the Spirit should supersede the letter, and technicalities should give place to the demonstrable.