The practice of Christian Science starts with the facts of true being: the truth of God, which is His allness; the truth of man, which is his perfection as God's idea; and the truth about evil, which is its nothingness. Thought based on these facts is not easily swayed by suggestions of the presence of something besides the allness of God, the perfection of man, and the nothingness of evil.
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