In the legal process of deciding civic issues by ballot, the term "majority" is employed to indicate the group or party whose votes predominate, while "minority" is applied to the opposing side with the least number of votes. As used in Christian Science, however, the word "majority" has a higher, spiritual significance, an understanding of which enables the student to cast out error.
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