Concord ExpressA Christian Science Study Resource
With Christ, Life was not merely a sense of existence, but a sense of might and ability to subdue material con‐18ditions. No wonder “people were astonished at his doc‐trine; for he taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes.”
24 Truth, defiant of error or matter, is Science, dispelling a false sense and leading man into the true sense of self‐hood and Godhood; wherein the mortal does not develop 27the immortal, nor the material the spiritual, but wherein true manhood and womanhood go forth in the radiance 43 43:1of eternal being and its perfections, unchanged and unchangeable.
3 This generation seems too material for any strong dem‐onstration over death, and hence cannot bring out the infinite reality of Life, — namely, that there is no death, 6but only Life. The present mortal sense of being is too finite for anchorage in infinite good, God, because mortals now believe in the possibility that Life can be evil.