In studying to perfect himself in the most beneficent of arts, that of healing humanity's woes by spiritual means, the Christian Scientist may avail himself of both the inductive and the deductive mode of instruction as set forth by the four evangelists. They gave to all ages inspired impressions of their Master's sublime teaching and preaching, which supply both these modes of reasoning.
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