THE correlation of humility and ability, which is explained and emphasized by Christian Science, may seem incongruous to those who are uninstructed by Christian Science. For the concept of man as physical, with a material brain as the seat of his intellectual ability, all too often begets a sense of self-sufficiency suggestive of egotism.
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