A COMMON accusation against Christian Science, which finds expression chiefly through its Christian opponents, is that it is sacrilegious in its claims for man's perfection, as being God's image. If this accusation is based on the assumption that mortal man, including all the ills of the flesh, is supposed to be the image and likeness of God, no one would more heartily endorse this accusation than a Christian Scientist, and nothing could be farther removed from the teachings of Christian Science.
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