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physical sense of God as finite and corporeal. From this
follow idolatry and mythology, - belief in many gods, or
material intelligences, as the opposite of the one Spirit,
or intelligence, named Elohim, or God.
Man. The compound idea of infinite Spirit; the spiritual
image and likeness of God; the full representation of
Matter. Mythology; mortality; another name for
mortal mind; illusion; intelligence, substance, and life
in non-intelligence and mortality; life resulting in death,
and death in life; sensation in the sensationless; mind
originating in matter; the opposite of Truth; the opposite
of Spirit; the opposite of God; that of which immortal
Mind takes no cognizance; that which mortal mind sees,
feels, hears, tastes, and smells only in belief.
Mind. The only I, or Us; the only Spirit, Soul, divine
Principle, substance, Life, Truth, Love; the one God;
not that which is in man, but the divine Principle, or God,
of whom man is the full and perfect expression; Deity,
which outlines but is not outlined.
Miracle. That which is divinely natural, but must
be learned humanly; a phenomenon of Science.
Morning. Light; symbol of Truth; revelation and
Mortal Mind. Nothing claiming to be something,
for Mind is immortal; mythology; error creating other
errors; a suppositional material sense, alias the belief