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On not being "error's advocate"

From the August 1987 issue of The Christian Science Journal


I had been pondering the concept of fidelity to truth and wanted to be more faithful to the demands made on me as a Christian Scientist, when I came upon this sentence by Mrs. Eddy in Science and Health as if for the first time: "Neither sympathy nor society should ever tempt us to cherish error in any form, and certainly we should not be error's advocate.