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From the January 1950 issue of The Christian Science Journal

When Christ Jesus named the devil, or evil, "a liar, and the father of it," he disclosed its powerlessness, for a liar has no ability to produce an actual effect, hence no power. If it seems to produce an effect, then that effect must be a deception and liable to destruction the moment its false nature is understood.