In the sense of ever-present, timeless being, man may be said to have a history, for then this being has no past or future, no beginning and no end, but is ever unfolding without sense of age or time. Mary Baker Eddy uses the word history in this absolute sense when she says in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" ( pp.
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