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Fannie B. James

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Fannie B. James's

Truth and Health - Science of the Perfect Mind and The Law of Its Expression

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Introduction - The Bible Teaching about Healing - A Beginner's Course - Answers to Some Objections - Revelation - God - God and Man - The Work of Thought - Our Judgment Day - Prayer - Unfoldment - Health - A Month's Daily Lessons - Divine Science Statement of Being - Conclusion - Summary of Science Teachings -

Contents to Part II

Being and Expression - Man the Expression - Not Reflection of God - Man Unveiled - Answers to Questions - Concerning Some Important Doctrines - Questions and Answers on Healing - Comparisons with other Teaching - Spiritual Interpretations of the Bible - The Breaking of Light - (First Chapter of Genesis.) - Eden Lost and Found - (Second, and third Chapters of Genesis.) - Conclusion of the Whole Matter - Spiritual Interpretation of Terms - A Simple Statement of Divine Science - The One {God and Man / Universal and Individual} Defined - An Impersonal Statement of Creator and Creation - Index -


It is said that proof can be given from the Bible in defense of almost anything we desire to believe. From the Bible the manufacturer of strong drinks can bring forward as much to support his cause as can the total abstainer his cause. From the Bible the slave holder can prove the right of his position. Even the desecrater of the Sabbath may quote Paul, for what could grant more liberty than his words, "One man esteemeth one day above another; another esteemeth every day alike. Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind."

Certainly we learn from this fact that we are not to choose a few isolated verses by which to fortify our theories. It is evident that at times man's own opinions found their way among the true ideas expressed in this book. Jesus, on several occasions, corrected Moses' teachings when the Jews quoted him in support of their theories; as Matt. 19: 7, 8; Matt. 5 31-44.

How, then, may we be guided and best helped in our study of the Bible? By remembering that it is the most natural book in the world. That it is the human interpretation of the Divine Truth, and that while it is "profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction and for instruction in righteousness,"

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