Until defined in Christian Science, soul generally was thought of as something of a nebulous nature, something which was supposed to enter the body at birth, to escape from it at death, and then to go into an eternity of bliss or woe. Though capable of joy and suffering, this shadowy being was believed to be immortal.
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