The healing law of God at your fingertips. "21st Century Science and Health" reveals a system that guides the mind, soothes the soul, and feeds the body. It discusses divine Science. Divine or Christian Science can pierce the thrilling, mind-boggling, nauseating, complex, and changing world to reveal the constant force of truth and love that heals mind and body.
Unaware of our God-given rights, we allow unjust decisions and make excuses for imperfection. Our education system is biased, expounding homogeny and marketing a resignation to poor choices. Become aware metaphysically. Be no more willing to suffer the illusion that you are sick or that some disease is developing in the system, than you are willing to suffer giving into a sinful temptation on the ground that sin has its necessities. Physicians whom the sick employ in their helplessness, should be models of integrity. They should be wise spiritual guides to health and hope. To the frightened patient on the brink of death, physicians can be prepared to share an understanding of the Truth that is Life. When the soul is willing and the flesh is weak, the patient may be willing to learn of the ever-perpetuating Life, and plant their feet on the rock of Christ, the true idea of spiritual power. Question. What is the scientific statement of being? Answer. There is no life, truth, intelligence, nor substance in matter. All is infinite Mind and its infinite manifestation, for God is All-in-all. Spirit is divine Truth; matter is human error. Spirit is the real and eternal; matter is the unreal and temporal. Spirit is God, and we are Spirit's image and likeness. Therefore person is not mortal, but is immortal.
Cheryl Petersen is a freelance writer who sees a story everywhere. People, animals, trees, and mountains all have a story. Transcribing these stories, Cheryl discovers a movement of spirituality. Taking on the theme of ageless spirituality, Cheryl modernized Mary Baker Eddy's Science and Health, first written in the nineteenth century. This is the fifth edition.