6thought transmitted to another's thought from the human mind that holds within itself all evil.
Our Master said of one of his students, "He is a devil,"
9and repudiated the idea of casting out devils through Beelzebub. Erring human mind is by no means a de- sirable or efficacious healer. Such suppositional healing
12I deprecate. It is in no way allied to divine power. All human control is animal magnetism, more despicable than all other methods of treating disease.
15Christian Science is not a remedy of faith alone, but combines faith with understanding, through which we may touch the hem of His garment; and know that om-
18nipotence has all power. "I am the Lord, and there is none else, there is no God beside me."
Is there a personal man?
21The Scriptures inform us that man was made in the image and likeness of God. I commend the Icelandic translation: "He created man in the image and likeness
24of Mind, in the image and likeness of Mind created He him." To my sense, we have not seen all of man; he is more than personal sense can cognize, who is the
27image and likeness of the infinite. I have not seen a perfect man in mind or body, — and such must be the personality of him who is the true likeness: the lost
30image is not this personality, and corporeal man is this lost image; hence, it doth not appear what is the real personality of man. The only cause for making this
1question of personality a point, or of any importance, is that man's perfect model should be held in mind, whereby
3to improve his present condition; that his contemplation regarding himself should turn away from inharmony, sick- ness, and sin, to that which is the image of his Maker.
SCIENCE AND THE SENSES
Substance of my Address at the National Convention in Chicago, June 13, 1888