30its supremacy over matter. Jesus assumed for mortals the
1weakness of flesh, that Spirit might be found "All-in-all." Hence, the human cry which voiced that struggle;
3thence, the way he made for mortals' escape. Our Master bore the cross to show his power over death; then relinquished his earth-task of teaching and dem-
6onstrating the nothingness of sickness, sin, and death, and rose to his native estate, man's indestructible eternal life in God.
9What can prospective students of the College take for preliminary studies? Do you regard the study of litera- ture and languages as objectionable?
12Persons contemplating a course at the Massachusetts Metaphysical College, can prepare for it through no books except the Bible, and "Science and Health with
15Key to the Scriptures." Man-made theories are nar- row, else extravagant, and are always materialistic. The ethics which guide thought spiritually must bene-
18fit every one; for the only philosophy and religion that afford instruction are those which deal with facts and resist speculative opinions and fables.
21Works on science are profitable; for science is not human. It is spiritual, and not material. Literature and languages, to a limited extent, are aids to a student
24of the Bible and of Christian Science.
Is it possible to know why we are put into this condition of mortality?
27It is quite as possible to know wherefore man is thus conditioned, as to be certain that he is in a state of mortality. The only evidence of the existence of a mor-
30tal man, or of a material state and universe, is gathered
1from the five personal senses. This delusive evidence, Science has dethroned by repeated proofs of its falsity.