Christian Science versus Pantheism, by Mary Baker Eddy
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Christian Science versus Pantheism, by Mary Baker Eddy
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Christian Science versus Pantheism, by Mary Baker Eddy



PASTOR'S MESSAGE TO THE MOTHER CHURCH,
ON THE OCCASION OF
THE JUNE COMMUNION, 1898


Subject:  Not Pantheism, but Christian Science


   Beloved brethren, since last you gathered at the
feast of our Passover, the winter winds have come
and gone; the rushing winds of March have shrieked and
and hummed their hymns; the frown and smile of April, the
laugh of May, have fled; and the roseate blush of joyous
June is here and ours.
   In unctuous unison with nature, mortals are hoping and
working, putting off outgrown, wornout, or soiled garments
- the pleasures and pains of sensation and the
sackcloth of waiting - for the springtide of Soul.  For
what a man seeth he hopeth not for, but hopeth for what
he hath not seen, and waiteth patiently the appearing
thereof.  The night is far spent, and day is not distant in
the horizon of Truth - even the day when all people
shall know and acknowledge one God and one Christianity.



PAN 2



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