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 13 - - Teaching Christian Science 


Table of contents (topics)
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2 - Study of medicine

3 - Failure's lessons

4 - Refuge and strength

5 - Charity to those opposed

6 - Conforming to explicit rules

7 - Divine energy

8 - Blight of avarice

9 - Exclusion of malpractice

10 - Iniquity overcome

11 - No trespass on human rights

12 - Expose sin without believing in it

13 - Wicked evasions

14 - Truth's great results

15 - Adherence to righteousness

16 - Right adjusts the balance

17 - Inoculation of thought

18 - Three classes of neophytes

19 - Touchstone of Science

20 - False claims annihilated

21 - Treasure in heaven

22 - Obligations of teachers

23 - Indispensable defence

24 - Egotistic darkness

25 - Unwarranted expectations

26 - Reliable authority

27 - Winning the field

28 - Knowledge and honesty

29 - Metaphysical treatment

30 - Impotence of hate

31 - Continuity of interest

32 - The trust of the All-wise

33 - Integrity assured

34 - Chicanery impossible

35 - No dishonest concessions

36 - This volume indispensable

37 - Purity of science

38 - Backsliders and mistakes

39 - Mental charlatanism

40 - Divinity ever ready

41 - The panoply of wisdom

42 - Advancement by sacrifice

43 - Dangerous knowledge

44 - Certainty of results

45 - Ontology defined

46 - Mischievous imagination

47 - Author's early instructions

48 - Proof by induction

49 - Rapidity of assimilation

50 - Divided loyalty

51 - Anatomy defined

52 - Scientific obstetrics

53 - Unhesitating decision

54 - Seclusion of the author

55 - The right motive and its reward

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