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Could you please explain two statements in Science and Health that seem contradictory?
By Robert Ennemoser
From the June 2012 issue of The Christian Science Journal
Q: Could you please explain: “Thoughts unspoken are not unknown to the divine Mind” ( Science and Health, p. 1 )? To me this seems to contradict another statement Mary Baker Eddy made later in the book: “The intercommunication is always from God to His idea, man” ( p.
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