A scientific truth is the same as Divine Law reduced to the understanding of the human intellect; for a thing cannot be scientific unless it is based upon a true foundation. Truth is God, and Divine Law is the law of God.
True science points the way to true philosophy, and philosophy according to true science, leads to religion, and religion to God.
Each is necessary to the other.
A religious statement is often very obscure until philosophy reduces it to the comprehension of the intellect, and then science steps in and proves it by demonstration. Thus we see how religion, philosophy and science strengthen each other. How each one is dependent upon the others, and neither is complete and perfect without the others. There is a true and philosophical reason for all the statements of the Christ Science, else it would not be scientific; and as the statements prove true, they must finally be known and acknowledged of all men as the only rational way of proving our sonship; the re and ligo that binds us to God and makes us conscious of our divine inheritance.
It is by philosophical reasoning according to this Divine Science that we discover how every