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 11 - - Some Objections Answered 


Table of contents (topics)
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2 - - Some Objections Answered -

3 - Supported by facts

4 - Commands of Jesus

5 - Christianity scientific

6 - Argument of good works

7 - Personal experience

8 - Proof from miracles

9 - Example of the disciples

10 - Strong position

11 - Efficacy may be attested

12 - The one divine method

13 - Omnipotence set forth

14 - Contradictions not found

15 - God's idea the ideal man

16 - Nothingness of error

17 - Truth antidotes error

18 - Serving two masters

19 - Essential element of Christianity

20 - All disease a delusion

21 - Elimination of sickness

22 - Full fruitage yet to come

23 - Law and gospel

24 - Language inadequate

25 - Substance spiritual

26 - Both words and works

27 - The divine life-link

28 - Truth a present help

29 - Fatal premises

30 - Fruitless worship

31 - Spirit the tangible

32 - Ghosts not realities

33 - The real and the unreal

34 - Superstition obsolete

35 - Christian warfare

36 - Healing omitted

37 - Scientific consistency

38 - Spiritual meaning

39 - Practical arguments

40 - Conditions of criticism

41 - Weakness of material theories

42 - Irreconcilable differences

43 - Copartnership impossible

44 - Two infinite creators absurd

45 - Anthropomorphism

46 - One supremacy

47 - Matter impotent

48 - Scientific and Biblical facts

49 - Personal confidence

50 - Author's parentage

51 - Two different artists

52 - Choose ye today

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