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The advocates of error Foresee the glorious morn,. . .And hear in shrinking terror, The watchword of reform: It rings from hill and valley, It breaks oppression's chain. A thousand freemen rally, And swell the mighty strain. MISSIONARY HYMN Christian Science Hymnal, hymn no. 2.
I believe ... your photo/ link/ video has been held for approval by a moderator I believe that matter is nothing, no person, no place, no thing. All is God, good, and man is God's perfect reflection, or thought.
My Faith History
I was raised as ... your photo/ link/ video has been held for approval by a moderator I was raised by parents who took me to the Christian Science Sunday Schools in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Boston, Masachusetts, and Concord Massachusetts, when I was not away from home, in various private or public schools.
Religion & the Public Square
Has 9/11 had any impact on your thoughts about religion? Are you more/less interested in learning about other religions? Do you feel more/less comfortable expressing your religious beliefs? your photo/ link/ video has been held for approval by a moderator Nothingness is neither large nor small. Error is error without regard to how big it is. A zero in an empty box is still a zero, no matter what size the box might appear to be. My work has never changed, but I have grown into the understanding that I must put off the old man, as the Apostle Paul would have it, and to put on the new man. This is reforming, purifying my consciousness, since everything I experience or see exists only in my consciousness. Nothing is external to my consciousness, so that is where I reform my thinking and action to conform to God's will, his perfect likeness, as written in the first chapter of Genseis, where God created all and saw that it was very good.
Published October 11, 2010