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From the October 1912 issue of The Christian Science Journal

The student of Christian Science finds his former concept of God, man, and the universe wholly inadequate to form any basis of salvation from disease or sin; in fact his mental view-point has been completely revolutionized, for he no longer looks to the material senses for evidence or draws any conclusions as to man's immortality from matter or mortal mind. From a false belief in good and evil as commingling, that both matter and spirit are included in the divine purpose, his thought is turned to the recognition of God as the only Mind, the All-in-all of being, the infinite good, expressed through its perfect idea, man and the universe.