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There is no substance in: belief. Your matter body is a belief only, hence it is not substance-It is a belief in anatomy. Christ held his person all the same when his body was buried; it could pass through matter and walk over matter (water) with this body; but it could have no pain or inflammation in it because it was not in matter and he never believed his spine was a bone that could be inflamed or that his nerves could pain. In the belief that the body is substance is embraced the whole error of sickness and death.  Mary Baker Eddy

(Oakes, Richard, Mary Baker Eddy’s Lessons of the Seventh Day, p.129)

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  1. I used to argue the belief in disease and discomfort.  I usually neglected to argue the existence of matter-bodies. Thx, Sandy for all of these quotes.  dave

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