THROUGHOUT her writings, Mary Baker Eddy insists upon God as ever-present good and consequently upon evil as never present, save as the misleading assumption of a mind that does not exist. Although this insistence may sound inconsistent to some persons, it does not warrant anyone's supercilious dismissal of the subject.
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