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     It should seem rational that the only perfect religion is divine Science, Christianity as taught by our great Master; that which leaves the beaten path of human doctrines and is the truth of God, and of man and the universe. The divine Principle and rules of this Christianity being demonstrable, they are undeniable; and they must be found final, absolute, and eternal. The question as to religion is: Does it demonstrate its doctrines? Do religionists believe that God is One and All? Then whatever is real must proceed from God, from Mind, and is His reflection and Science.   (Eddy, Mary Baker, Message To The Mother Church for 1900, p.4:16-26)

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God never made a malicious mentality or an evil personality named “So and so,” who can be an agent for malice or hatred or any destructive thinking toward me.  He made only a spiritual idea which reflects only love toward me.  Mary Baker Eddy

(Carpenter, Gilbert, Fragments Gathered From Unpublished Items Ascribed to Mary Baker Eddy, p.56)

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The Science of Christianity is strictly monotheism, —  it has ONE GOD. And this divine infinite Principle, noumenon and phenomena, is demonstrably the self-existent Life, Truth, Love, substance, Spirit, Mind, which includes all that the term implies, and is all that is real and eternal. Christian Science is irrevocable — unpierced by bold conjecture’s sharp point, by bald philosophy, or by man’s inventions. It is divinely true, and every hour in time and in eternity will witness more steadfastly to its practical truth. And Science is not pantheism, but Christian Science.

     Chief among the questions herein, and nearest my heart, is this: When shall Christianity be demonstrated according to Christ, in these words: “Neither shall they say, Lo, here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you”?  (Eddy, Mary Baker, Christian Science Versus Spiritualism, p.12:21-8)

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First, find out what error is trying to do.  Second, keep it from doing it, or know that it cannot do it.  Third, see that it is not done.    Now Truth hammers error.  If you hold to error you get the hammering.   Mary Baker Eddy

(Oakes, Richard, Course In Divinity and General Collectanea, p.267)