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What appears to him the necessity of evil, from this standpoint, is proven by the law of opposites without necessity.  Good is the primitive principle of man; and evil, its opposite, has no principle, and is not the derivative of good; so evil is neither a primitive nor derivative, but is suppositional, in other words, a lie that is incapable of proof, therefore wholly problematical. Mary Baker Eddy (CS Journal, Vol. I, No. 5, Dec, 1883, p.1)

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