New Christian Science: Manual for Civilization

One of the great achievements in the 19th Century, by Mary Baker Eddy 

Rolf A. F. Witzsche


 

  The Manual for Civilization was created in 1895

This was the year when this edifice for the Mother Church of Christ, Scientist, was dedicated in Boston, Mass. USA.

Mary Baker Eddy was the originator of both

Let's rewind history a bit. 

At the time this church was built and dedicated in 1895, almost 30 years of scientific and spiritual development lay in the past, patiently carried out by Mary Baker Eddy, who, in response to a momentous healing of her own, had dedicated her life to discovering the science of the principle that had healed her. She named her discovery Christian Science. She wrote its textbook, and in time created a church designed to re-instate the practice of Christian healing.

Her name became known throughout much of the world for the flood of healing that her work had enabled. While this achievement is widely acknowledged, almost nothing is known about her contribution to the healing of civilization, and what has been discovered of it is deemed not to exist. This is what I shall focus on. But first we need to rewind history still a bit more.

In the last pages of the Bible an inspired writer envisioned a foursquare city descending from God to humanity. Mary Baker Eddy used this profound geometry to build her entire lifework on as an ideal platform for scientific discoveries and spiritual development. The basic geometry is simple. It is a structure that's four elements square

This kind of structure becomes significant when look at it in terms of rows, reflecting four levels of perception, and in terms of four columns in which specifically oriented types of development are going on. Just as the Bible brought this structure to light in its last pages, so Mary Baker Eddy provided basic definitions for both concepts. She didn't use the terms rows and columns. She used the concept of cardinal points (the main points), and the concept of orientation.

It may seem strange that Mary Baker Eddy associated Christian Science with the lowest level. In reality it is highly significant. In terms of human perception and civilization, this is the rock bottom. The concepts and problems that are countered there are of a type that cannot be overcome by any means that pertain to this level. One cannot eradicate problems from the perceptional standpoints by which the problems were created in the first place. This can only be accomplished by elevating perception of society and individuals to higher levels in order the create higher levels of expression. This is where Christian Science comes into play, for nothing else has historically provided the needed impetus to solve the big problems. 

At the next higher level, of Christianity, the problems are less severe. This is the moral level where individuals and nations are not really secure, where everything is uncertain and transitional. This dangerous ground where the gateway is open to both, the sewer of deprivation, and upwards to the science of the Christ.

At the still-higher level, of Christ, which is the scientific level, things are being healed. Things become stable, and individuals and civilization become secure and develop.

At the highest level, the level of the Word - the Word of Life, Truth, and Love - the divine reality comes to light through discovery, and only through discovery.

As for the four columns Mary Baker Eddy provided four directional terms that reflect the cycle of the sun from dawn to dusk: northward, eastward, southward, and westward. This reference to the cycle of the sun sets the four columns up in a continuing sequence. This is important for locating all of Mary Baker Eddy's works into the city that are ordered in a developmental sequence.

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Mary Baker Eddy created a number of works of this type. The 16 textbook chapters are arranged in a progressive sequence, which applies here; as are the 16 stanzas of the Lord's Prayer with Mary Baker Eddy's interpretation; and also the 16 verses in her illustrated poem, Christ and Christmas. But most of all, her Church Manual applies so likewise. It is made up of 16 sequential segments.

While the manual was created as the Manual of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston Massachusetts, and its bylaws are specific to its internal operation, its overall 16-element structure is universally significant for humanity as a whole and for civilization. Let me apply the 16 segments as shown above, with their universal focus indicated.

The Manual of the Mother Church is made up of 16 segments
sequenced in the order of a progressive development

  the dawn
the Word
the sunrise
Christ
  heat of the day
Christianity
sunset - (gold)
 divine Science 
divine
order
Meetings Sovereignty   Education Universal Principles
Christ
science
Discipline Duty   Teaching Building
Christianity
(transitional)
Membership Reading Rooms   Publishing Society Publishing Integrity
Christian
Science
Government Services   Guardianship of Currencies Lectureship

 Let's explore the pattern further

1. At the bottom row 
we look at: Government; Services; Funds; and Lectureship

 

Isn't this the arena where the greatest problems in the modern world are located, and where healing is most urgently needed? 

Governments create wars, terror, poverty, and so on. They also mandate the burning of food on a massive scale, and thereby the murdering of 100 to 200  million people each year in a silent holocaust of starvation, the largest holocaust of all time. This doesn't mean that governments are an evil and should be eliminated. It only means that failures in government need to be corrected. so that the divine idea is shining through. Ultimately, government means self-government, both individually, and also collectively as a society governing itself efficiently for its greatest benefit. Governments and nations fail, when this process is failing. Christian Science can correct the failure by identifying the failing element or elements in the process. 

Christian Science identifies the failing element in a backwards fashion. For this Mary Baker Eddy's foursquare structure serves a vital purpose, especially its largest component, its glossary structure that is made up of 144 definitions of terms. Some of the defined terms are presented with double definitions where two contrasting definitions are provided for a single term - one presents the term in the divine context, located at the top level, and the other in the material context located at the bottom level. 

For example, the term, "Wind," is is defined as, "That which indicates the might of omnipotence and the movements of God's spiritual government, encompassing all things." It is also defined as "Destruction; anger; mortal passions." If the latter is reflected in government, political processes rarely provide a solution, because the solution is located in the higher-level context: "That which indicates the might of omnipotence and the movements of God's spiritual government, encompassing all things." This means that the focus for exploration needs to be shifted away from politics to exploring the dynamics of "omnipotence and the movements of God's spiritual government." Since Mary Baker Eddy has provided for each of the 16 elements of the foursquare structure, 9 definitions, which are all similarly linked, a lot of help is provided in determining the divine dynamics that should be reflected physically, in this case in the form of the highest manifestation on Earth, of the corresponding divine idea.

And the services that society needs to exist are not being provided, even by society to itself. 

The world financial system, too, is in a mess. The currencies have become gambling chips in the biggest casino operations of all times, called the financial markets, with wagers being fielded that add up to several quadrillions of dollars. Some of the biggest currencies are being trashed this way, with hyperinflation created by bailout giveaways to protect the thieves. There is a great deal of scientific and spiritual development to be done by society for the proper guardianship of its currencies. It is responsible to itself for what happens to its currencies. If this responsibility is not taken up seriously and scientifically, the currencies will collapse and society will collapse with it.

And lectureship is the fourth big item on the bottom row. Humanity is lectured by the press, and the entertainment and news media, and so on. Who is speaking the truth? And who in society even cares to hear the truth?

The problems that are encountered at this rock-bottom level are so enormous that solutions are impossible to be attained, short of a major overturning of the established conventions and practices, and underlying power structures, such as the system empire. Mary Baker Eddy created bylaws to protect her church from those looming traps. And even the application of those is only marginally successful as the dynamics are rarely understood. Nothing can spare society the footsteps of developing the scientific dynamics of discovering the elements of divine Principle that are specific to Government, Services, Currencies, and Lectureship for building a well-functioning renaissance civilization. This is a tall task.

It is a task that can only be met with rigorous development work in Christ Science. If this is lacking the mess gets worse: Wars become thermonuclear wars - civilization ends. We are close to this point. In this case it is the task of society to raise itself up to higher-level perceptions of the divine idea of these elements so that their design becomes evermore full expressed. 

2. At Christianity, a transitional domain, the focus is on: 
Membership, Reading Rooms, Publishing Society, Publishing Integrity

Whether a society functions or fails is to a large degree determined by how society regards itself as members of the human race. Are we regarding ourselves as 'married' to one another by our common humanity as a universal family of human beings that puts the focus on fulfilling the common aims of all mankind. This has been the core of the greatest peace treaty in all of human history, the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648. It ended the Thirty Years War without anyone being vanquished, by simply shifting the focus onto what is of the advantage of the other, with a commitment to support that. And since peace, sovereignty, and respect were some of these issues, the once feuding nations focused on granting these to each other. This became the foundation for modern civilization. It was a spiritual idea that powered the process that created a moral platform. When this idea was destroyed by the forces of empire, the train of horrors was started anew. A new night descended on Europe marked by the Napoleonic wars. It is of critical importance therefore, how we regard and cherish our membership in the common, universal, humanity that we all share as human beings.

This the becomes reflected in what we cherish in our 'reading rooms' our libraries. Do we clutter the shelves with dehumanizing trash? We don't serve ourselves well if we do this. Cleansing and upgrading our libraries, and this means upgrading our ideals, becomes thereby a critical issue. Do we allow our mental environment to be polluted with the glorification of violence, murder, terror, gore, greed, and destruction - which has horribly polluted the cultural landscape? Why then are we surprised when we see these reflected in the disintegrating physical support structures that our existence depends on?

But cleansing the 'reading rooms' is not enough, is it? It is the responsibility of society to publish what is of value for its self-development, and to support the process freely for the universal benefit of civilization, even financially. A society that doesn't put its money down and supports itself in this critical arena is a dying society. It thereby lets go of what gives its currency value. This value is derived from what is produced by society for the riches of its existence. If this process fails, currency loses its value and disintegrates, and society collapses with it.

And this too, is not enough. Society must also be vigilant about the integrity of what is published, in respect to the truth. This isn't a peer review process. This is a process of society protecting itself against lies that destroy its sense of humanity as a creative and developing and productive divine idea. The depopulation ideology that defines the human being as a cancer on the earth with a devastating footprint on its ecology is a deeply destructive lie. It aims for the depopulation of the planet from the present 7 billion to less than 1. Yet this lie is widely promoted instead of combated. During the regular annual meeting of the heads of state at the U.N. a sideline meeting was conducted, supported by some of the wealthiest organizations, where bitter complaints were uttered that the world population hadn't collapsed in spite of their best efforts (such as burning food and shutting down industries, creating poverty, etc.). The manmade global warming doctrine is another lie of this sort that renders the human being a poison for the planet, though there is not an ounce of truth standing behind the doctrine. 

Mary Baker Eddy made the protection of publishing integrity such a high-priority item that she assigned a significantly higher salary for the manager of the department responsible than for the members of her board of directors. If this priority call was heeded universally, the world would be a vastly richer place, instead of the place of holocaust it has become. The biofuels travesty all by itself, under the global warming doctrine, is presently burning the food resources that would normally nourish app. 220 million people. In a world that has a billion people living in chronic starvation, the food-burning ideology fuels the largest silent holocaust in the entire history of civilization. On this path of holocaust society has doomed itself by destroying its humanity from within on a platform that is pure fiction. Shouldn't this utter slandering and murdering be stopped and the supposed need that is proclaimed for it, be denounced and purged as one purges lies?

3. The real power of civilization. It is located in the Christ, or Science, domain
focused on: Discipline, Duty, Teaching, and Building

Discipline is powered by truth. Truth isn't debatable. It is rigorous. To deny it is a form of self-denial. But what is truth? Truth isn't defined by a doctrine. It is something that is real and demonstrable. It exists beyond the barriers created by doctrines. Doctrines may at best state the truth, which they rarely do, but even then, the understanding that powers the movement of discipline flows from the individual discovery and experience of the truth as being true. This takes the foundation for discipline far beyond mere compliance with a book of rules. In fact it often requires one to break the rules, when those are incorrectly defined by the doctrines. Thus truth imposes certain duties on us all.

The term duty also has a more specific meaning. A civilization requires certain critical services to be carried out for the universal good of society. 

In her church manual Mary Baker Eddy describes the specific concept in a rather bizarre manner, though the shock appears to be needed to make a point. She included a section under the heading RELATION AND DUTIES OF MEMBERS TO PASTOR EMERITUS in which a member of the church could be called upon to become a member of her household (of the Pastor Emeritus according to her official title) for three years, on a ten days notice, who refusing to comply could be excommunicated from membership, but upon complying would receive a salary slightly less than half of that of the directors, and receive the highest educational degree the church could award. That's bizarre, right? 

Only in the larger context of civilization is this requirement not only logical, but essential. In broad terms she defines patriotism. But on the higher level she defines something that is much more profound. She defines a process in which a person feels a profound urgency to perform a service for humanity, who, by refusing to comply declares itself to be not really a member of humanity. Such a person excommunicates itself. Of course, those who comply win in the process great honors, and great satisfaction for their achievements. All the great leaders in history found their greatness in this process, and so did all the unsung heroes, the inventors, innovators, engineers, farmers, and so forth, who labored unseen, including the technical builders and the machine tool builders. Civilization is build on the processes by which society creates itself a richer world. And this is rarely done for the money, but it is done because it is the human thing to do. In most cases, the money that is due isn't even awarded. The opposite is typically the case. Wherever the big money flows, little is achieved for humanity, but increased deprivation.

And what about teaching? Doesn't the term duty apply there too? It does, together with the discipline that rests on one's devotion to the truth. Teaching isn't a process of conveying facts. While this is required, teaching requires more. Real teaching inspires in students the art of making discoveries. The advance of civilization rests on making discoveries. It rests on stepping beyond the barriers that doctrines impose, and from there, reaching into the unknown, which science alone can reveal. (see: Deadly Deductive Logic

Deductive logic is a backwards focusing process that begins with priory assumptions, or doctrines  that typically stand as barriers. The entire Christian Science church movement is presently choked by this process. There is nothing moving. And what isn't moving is falling apart. The stagnating doctrine is, that there is nothing there. It states for example that the textbook is, just what it is, a book of citations to be recited for healing, or to be read in church services, and so on. But if one looks past this barrier, with a mind for discoveries, a whole new world comes to light that had remained previously unknown. It was discovered by an alert person that the textbook is made up of 16 chapters and that this is equal to the number of the elements in the city foursquare, and likewise the stanzas of the Lord's Prayer with Mary Baker Eddy's definition added.

I invite you to make the discovery yourself and then discover how the two structures match the 16 segments of the Manual for Civilization. Go to the bottom of this page, to where the three structures are brought together. 

You may have noticed something startling. The element of, Discipline, in the manual, coincides with the textbook chapter, "Marriage." There appears to exist no relationship between the two. But there is. The element of discipline in this case is the underlying truth that all of humanity is married to one-another by the common humanity that all human beings share. This is a more fundamental reality than anything that can be forged artificially as a covenant organized on the smallest possible scale. This doesn't mean that the principle of marriage is archaic. But it does mean that the principle is vastly underdeveloped. The marriage doctrine has become a doctrine for division and isolation. This is the very thing that imperial system have cultivated and promoted. The scientific discipline towards the divine truth demands that we look past the doctrine and discover the actual dynamics of universal marriage and built up the present platform towards that by expanding the circle of our affection ever wider from a center that is home but not a boundary. This involves a huge challenge, and also an interesting one. I have written a series of twelve novels on the subject, the series: The Lodging for the Rose, that took roughly 20 years to complete. The dimension of our universal humanity is that wide once we look past the barrier of the doctrine, for the process of discovery. The full text of the novels is online for free, including the audio versions. Some selections are also available in video form, under the heading: Dialogs for Civilization.

On the Christ, Science, level there remains still one more critical element of the Manual for Civilization that needs to be looked at. This is the element of, Building, or civilization-building. Mary Baker Eddy gave this element the title, Church-building. While Mary Baker Eddy's bylaws in this segment are brief and focused on land and construction, etc., one is focused on the implementation process. She states that there shall be a Building Committee established of no less than three members. In the universal sense, when we look past the convention of construction with an eye for discoveries, it becomes evident that the three 'members' are not personal, but are spiritual elements of God, the three elements that Mary Baker Eddy had singled out as being central to the foundation that she built on, the divine elements: Truth, Love, Soul (See: Mary Baker Eddy's Science Revolution). These are the three elements for God that she omitted from her glossary, evidently to serve a special purpose, the purpose of building. On these three critical elements, synonyms for God, civilization stands secure. With any of them missing, civilization falls.

In real terms Mary Baker Eddy routinely defined God with seven synonyms: Principle; Mind; Soul; Spirit; Life; Truth; Love. These seven synonyms appear to stand in conjunction with the seven days of creation, of the creation allegory in the very first chapter of the Bible in the book Genesis. You may have noted that the element of,  Building, coincides with the textbook chapter, Genesis, where she deals with the dynamics of the creative principle. I have produced a study in which I applied the glossary definition for God to the seven days of the creation allegory. The result shows a progressively greater quality unfolding in the 'building' process (see the study details).

It becomes evident that all the elements at the Christ, Science, level of the Manual for Civilization, are building-focused in their dynamics. And this isn't something that society can isolate itself from. This is where civilization is being built. If this building isn't happening, the low-level aspects become chaotic. Governments fail, services grind to a halt, currencies fail, and public opinion becomes driven by insanity. In short, civilization ends. We are all involved in the building process that upholds civilization and advances it, or failing that, by default, we are involved in the process of its collapse. The non-involvement is not possible. And so, we involve ourselves on the entire front to the best of our ability. And this includes teaching for the purpose of building.

This particular conjunction is highly important, especially in modern time as the transition to the next Ice Age has begun, and has begun to manifest itself, while the physics involved are vehemently denied to even exist and the world dreams the dream of global warming and an interglacial summer that never ends. The relevant science that is currently taught is contradictory, confusing, and distant from the truth, and all this with the evident intention of preventing the new agricultural infrastructures from becoming built that would save civilization when the Ice Age transition disables evermore of the already endangered northern agriculture where much of the world's food is being grown. Agriculture is already being devastated by floods, drought, storms, and untimely severe frosts. In this arena, the kind of teaching that enables society from extending its reach of discoveries beyond the politically motivated dogmas, so that the critical process of building for the future can begin, becomes a lifesaver in not so distant times for much of humanity, and a potential renaissance beyond the world's fondest dreams in the present. I have created more than 60 videos, presented on this site, to support this 'teaching' dimension that opens the horizon to ever-greater discoveries (also see the series: NAWAPA-22).

4. At the top level, we look at the elements: 
Meetings; Sovereignty; Education; Universal Principles

The top level is the divine level, the level of The Word of Life, Truth, and Love.

The first element at this level in Mary Baker Eddy's church manual - under the header, Meetings - deals with the required Annual Meetings. This is hardly a significant item for the divine level, is it? One item stands out, which states that none others than the officers of the church need to be present. The opposite happened in practice. For many years the Annual Meeting became an occasion that drew huge crowds, sometimes in the range of 10,000. 

Is the focus here a warning against the deadening sense of the mass-movement syndrome? Let's test this theory.

In her scientific translation of immortal Mind (S&H p.115), which applies to this top level, Mary Baker Eddy lists three aspects: God; Man; and Idea. God is defined with divine synonyms; Man is defined as divine image, or God's spiritual idea, individual, perfect, eternal; and Idea is defined as divine reflection, "an image in Mind...". She literally defined God and man as One in being. This opens up a critical point, which is the singular nature of humanity. God, the infinite All, is necessarily singular in nature. By the same token, Man as Idea, or God's reflection, can only be singular in nature, though multiform in individuality. Mass-meetings serve no purpose then, except as a denial of the truth about God and man. Since this is so, Mary Baker Eddy is fully correct in stating that no one needs to be present at annual meeting time, except as required by law. Thus, the concept of meetings as she has defined it is not a negative item that forbids, but a positive item that affirms the singularity of humanity as an eternal fact. This is what the entire first column is all about, isn't it.

It is interesting to note here that the textbook chapter, Christian Science versus Spiritualism, coincides with the element pertaining to meetings. The entire pyramid of spiritualism is built on the mysticism of the existence of multiple spirits and souls. Likewise the entire pyramid of the system of empire is build on the universal division and isolation of humanity. The primal recognition of the universal singularity of Spirit and Soul, reflected in man and humanity, is the power that ends wars and opens a new page for civilization on which old history is no longer found and civilization unfolds anew.

This also means that the human being is sovereign, a divine quality that is inherent in God and is reflected in man. This rules out tyranny and timidity. In Mary Baker Eddy's church manual the title for this element is, The Mother Church and Branch Churches. In this segment the bylaws demand the recognition of the universal sovereignty of all churches, and by extension all members, and all mankind. The world is presently miles distant from granting one another the sovereignty due to a human being, and nations, as the reflected image of God. In fact, political leaders now declare that the age of respecting national sovereignty, which began in 1648 with the treaty of Westphalia, has ended. The call is for military intervention, regime change, dominance, and governance. If God means anything at all, and civilization by extension, then the divine quality of sovereignty needs to be reestablished universally.

The third item on the divine level is, Education. Mary Baker Eddy's church manual refers to a Board of Education that trains teachers for the field, and issues a certificate of the degree CSB, which is akin to a bachelor degree. But there is a higher degree possible, which the Board cannot grant, but which Mary Baker Eddy suggests can be "taken" at the Massachusetts Metaphysical College, which had issued a CSD degree, a doctor-type degree, but can no longer do so since she had not relinquished her Presidency of it before her death. She seems to suggest that the highest degree cannot be issued. It can only be taken. Indeed, who would authorize the pioneer at the leading edge of discovery. She seems to say to us that all the great achievements in history were consciously 'taken' on the road of advanced discoveries where the pioneer stands alone with God, as she had stood herself. Also all healing flows from this high standpoint. At the leading edge it is not approval by others that rules the scene, but self-approval.

The final element on the divine level I have labeled, Universal Principles. The divine level is the only level where the concept of governance actually applies, a governance by divine Principle. Principle is not arbitrary. It is universal, timeless; and it is power. There exists only one principle of economics, and only one principle of civilization, not two or half a dozen. For the self-government of her church, Mary Baker Eddy created her Church Manual, of the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston Massachusetts. This manual is specific in its bylaws to the operation of this specific church, but the principle on which it is built, which it reflects, is universal, and it does reflect to the highest degree in this age the divine Principle of Civilization, as one would expect it to, in considering that Mary Baker Eddy, its author, was the leading edge scientist in the field of divine metaphysics, backed up by a flood of healing that spanned the globe, which it still does to some degree.

This means that for us, in our modern time, the principles that she discovered and had instituted still apply universally. Mary Baker Eddy exercised great care not to label the 16 elements of principle as articles of a specific law that would render them as specific elements, rather than universal elements. Thus they stand sovereign as the fundamental elements applicable to a universal Manual of Civilization that may guide humanity in establishing itself in accord with the highest reflection of the divine Principle of Civilization discovered to date, by the pioneer in this field who remains standing unsurpassed, today, and probably for a long time to come.

The Manual for Civilization

  the dawn
the Word
the sunrise
Christ
  heat of the day
Christianity
sunset - (gold)
 divine Science 
divine
order
Meetings Sovereignty   Education Universal Principles
Christ
science
Discipline Duty   Teaching Building
Christianity
(transitional)
Membership Reading Rooms   Publishing Society Publishing Integrity
Christian
Science
Government Services   Guardianship of Currencies Lectureship

 Let's compare the pattern with those below

 

The Lord's Prayer and its spiritual interpretation by Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910)

  Dawn Sunrise Heat of the day The Golden Light of Peace
The lateral Reality 

Love - omnipotence

4- Adorable One. 8- Enable us to know, - as in heaven, so on earth, - God is omnipotent, supreme. 12 - And Love is reflected in love; 16 - For God is infinite, all-power, all Life, Truth, Love, over all, and All.
Christ - Science

Truth - omniscience

3- Hallowed be Thy name.
7- Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
11 - And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. 15 - For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever.

Escaping Morality

Soul - omnipresence

2- Our Father-Mother God, all-harmonious,
6- Thy kingdom is come; Thou art ever-present. 10 - Give us grace for to-day; feed the famished affections;
14 - And God leadeth us not into temptation, but delivereth us from sin, disease, and death.
Escaping depravity

Principle
- omniaction
1- Our Father which art in heaven, 5- Thy kingdom come.
9- Give us this day our daily bread;
13 - And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil;

The Christian Science Textbook by Mary Baker Eddy

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the book that has healed for more than a century

 

The Word  
The river Pison - oriented northward to the early dawn

Christ  
The river Gihon - oriented eastward to the sunrise

Christianity  
The river Hiddekel - oriented southward to the heat of the day

divine Science  
The river Euphrates - oriented westward to the sunset

The lateral Reality 

Love - omnipotence

4 - Christian Science versus Spiritualism
 - MP3

8 - Footsteps of Truth
 - MP3

12 - Christian Science Practice
- MP3
* 16 - The Apocalypse
 - MP3
Christ - Science

Truth - omniscience

3 - Marriage
 - MP3
7 - Physiology
 - MP3
11 - Some Objections Answered
- MP3
* 15 - Genesis
 - MP3
Escaping Morality

Soul - omnipresence

2 - Atonement and Eucharist
- MP3

6a Science
6b
Theology - MP3
6c
Medicine
10a - Science of Being 
10b - Platform of Christian Science - MP3
14 - Recapitulation
 - MP3

Escaping depravity

Principle - omniaction

 Preface - MP3
1 - Prayer
5 - Animal Magnetism Unmasked
 - MP3
9 - Creation
 - MP3

13 - Teaching Christian Science
- MP3

 Glossary - MP3 --- Subheader List ---  Fruitage - MP3(1) - MP3(2) --- Fruitage List 

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