6ultimately reaching them, even though failing at first to demonstrate all the possibilities of Christianity?
St. John spiritually discerned and revealed the sum
9total of transcendentalism. He saw the real earth and heaven. They were spiritual, not material; and they were without pain, sin, or death. Death was not the
12door to this heaven. The gates thereof he declared were inlaid with pearl, — likening them to the priceless under- standing of man's real existence, to be recognized here
The great Way-shower illustrated Life unconfined, un- contaminated, untrammelled, by matter. He proved the
18superiority of Mind over the flesh, opened the door to the captive, and enabled man to demonstrate the law of Life, which St. Paul declares "hath made me free from
21the law of sin and death."
The stale saying that Christian Science "is neither Christian nor science!" is to-day the fossil of wisdom-
24less wit, weakness, and superstition. "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God."
Take courage, dear reader, for any seeming mysti-
27cism surrounding realism is explained in the Scripture, "There went up a mist from the earth [matter];" and the mist of materialism will vanish as we approach spirit-
30uality, the realm of reality; cleanse our lives in Christ's righteousness; bathe in the baptism of Spirit, and awake in His likeness.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
1What do you consider to be mental malpractice?
MENTAL malpractice is a bland denial of Truth,
3and is the antipode of Christian Science. To mentally argue in a manner that can disastrously affect the happiness of a fellow-being — harm him