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From the June 1901 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The declaration of Christian faith that God is All-in-all, is so inclusive in its meaning, so conclusive and satisfactory in its answer to philosophic inquiry, and so inspiring and helpful to the awakening spiritual sense, that it may be reckoned the corner-stone of religious truth. Many vain endeavors have been made to distort its meaning, and those who have inscribed it high upon their banners are not infrequently misunderstood and consequently misrepresented as pantheistic in the tendency of their thought, if indeed they do not identify God with the sum total of the universe.