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From the February 1941 issue of The Christian Science Journal

One of the most joyous things in the teaching of Christian Science is its insistence upon the omnipotence of good and the powerlessness of evil. Acknowledging God as the fundamental cause of all that really exists, Christian Science places everything that is like Him in the realm of the real; and, correspondingly, whatever is unlike God is seen as a mistake or an unreality.