The Christian Science textbook, large type edition, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche

Science and Health with Key the Scriptures,
 by Mary Baker Eddy

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Chapter 6 - - Science, Theology, Medicine 


Table of contents (topics)
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1 -

2 - Christian Science discovered

3 - Mission of Christian Science

4 - Discontent with life

5 - Demonstrable evidence

6 - Light shining in darkness

7 - New lines of thought

8 - Scientific evidence

9 - Solitary research

10 - God's allness learned

11 - Scriptural foundations

12 - The demonstration lost and found

13 - Mystical antagonists

14 - Optical illustration of Science

15 - Pertinent proposal

16 - Confirmatory tests

17 - One school of Truth

18 - Unchanging Principle

19 - On sandy foundations

20 - Principle and practice

21 - Reversible propositions

22 - Metaphysical inversions

23 - Definition of mortal mind

24 - Imperfect terminology

25 - Causation mental

26 - Philologocal inadequacy

27 - SCIENTIFIC TRANSLATION OF IMMORTAL MIND

28 - SCIENTIFIC TRANSLATION OF MORTAL MIND

29 - Aims of Science

30 - Divine Personality

31 - Spiritual language

32 - The miracles of Jesus

33 - Opacity of the senses

34 - Leaven of Truth

35 - The divine and human contrasted

36 - Certain contradictions

37 - Unescapable dilemma

38 - God and nature

39 - The sun and Soul

40 - Reversal of testimony

41 - Health and the senses

42 - illustrations

43 - Perennial beauty

44 - Astronomic unfoldings

45 - Opposing testimony

46 - Testimony of the senses

47 - Spiritual sense of life

48 - Ptolemaic and psychical error

49 - Seeming and being

50 - Scientific basis

51 - Physical science a blind belief

52 - Right interpretation

53 - All force mental

54 - Corporeal changes

55 - The time and tide

56 - Mortal nothingness

57 - A lack of originality

58 - Antagonistic questions

59 - Biblical basis

60 - Science and Christianity

61 - Scientific terms

62 - No physical science

63 - Practical Science

64 - Mathematics and scientific logic

65 - Truth by inversion

66 - Antagonistic theories

67 - Ontology needed

68 - Reluctant guests

69 - Excuses for ignorance

70 - Children and adults

71 - All evil unnatural

72 - The error of carnality

73 - > THEOLOGY

74 - John the Baptist, and the Messiah

75 - Christ rejected

76 - John's misgivings

77 - Faith according to works

78 - Judaism antipathetic

79 - Priestly learning

80 - Testimony of martyrs

81 - Absence of Christ-power

82 - Basis of miracles

83 - Lawful wonders

84 - Fear and sickness identical

85 - The unity of Science and Christianity

86 - The Christ-mission

87 - Ancient spiritualism

88 - Doubting disciples

89 - A divine response

90 - The true and living rock

91 - Sublime summary

92 - New era in Jesus

93 - Healthful theology

94 - Marvels and reformations

95 - Science obscured

96 - Opponents benefited

97 - God invisible to the senses

98 - The true worship

99 - Anthropomorphism

100 - More than profession required

101 - No ecclesiastical monopoly

102 - A change demanded

103 - Two claims omitted

104 - Selfishness and loss

105 - Temple cleansed

106 - > MEDICINE

107 - Methods rejected

108 - Error not curative

109 - Impossible coalescence

110 - Soul and sense

111 - Will-power detrimental

112 - Conservative antagonism

113 - Ancient healers

114 - The struggle and victory

115 - Mystery of godliness

116 - Matter versus matter

117 - How healing was lost

118 - Drugs and divinity

119 - Christian Science as old as God

120 - Reduction to system

121 - Perusal and practice

122 - A definite rule discovered

123 - Jesus' own practice

124 - The man of anatomy and of theology

125 - Physiology deficient

126 - Blunders and blunderers

127 - Old-school physician

128 - Tests in our day

129 - The main purpose

130 - Exploded doctrine

131 - Disease mental

132 - Intentions respected

133 - Man governed by Mind

134 - Mortal mind dethroned

135 - All activity from thought

136 - The author's experiments in medicine

137 - Homoeopathic attenuations

138 - Only salt and water

139 - Origin of pain

140 - Source of contagion

141 - Imaginary cholera

142 - Children's ailments

143 - Drug-power mental

144 - Belief in physics

145 - Nature of drugs

146 - Dropsy cured without drugs

147 - A stately advance

148 - The modus of homoeopathy

149 - Drugging unchristian

150 - Mythology and materia medica

151 - Footsteps to intemperance

152 - Advancing degrees

153 - Effects of fear

154 - Mental conditions to be heeded

155 - False source of knowledge

156 - Obedient muscles

157 - Anatomy and mind

158 - Mind over matter

159 - Restrictive regulations

160 - Metaphysics challenges physics

161 - Truth an alterative

162 - Practical success

163 - Testimony of medical teachers

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