Christianity was not known as Science until it was so revealed by Mary Baker Eddy. It was a system of religious beliefs, of widely varying doctrines, until her discovery that Christianity is founded upon divine Principle, which constitutes all reality, governs all real activity, and underlies all true existence; that, being exact Science, it has rules which may be learned and practiced by those who study carefully its letter and imbibe its Spirit.
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