Science and Health
with Key to the Scriptures
Mary Baker Eddy
Glossary - (CHAPTER 17)
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that sensation is in matter, which is sensationless; a belief
that life, substance, and intelligence are in and of
matter; the opposite of Spirit, and therefore the opposite
of God, or good; the belief that life has a beginning
and therefore an end; the belief that man is the offspring
of mortals; the belief that there can be more than
one creator; idolatry; the subjective states of error;
material senses; that which neither exists in Science nor
can be recognized by the spiritual sense; sin; sickness;
Moses. A corporeal mortal; moral courage; a type
of moral law and the demonstration thereof; the proof
that, without the gospel, - the union of justice and affection,
- there is something spiritually lacking, since justice
demands penalties under the law.
Mother. God; divine and eternal Principle; Life,
Truth, and Love.
New Jerusalem. Divine Science; the spiritual facts
and harmony of the universe; the kingdom of heaven,
or reign of harmony.
Night. Darkness; doubt; fear.
Noah. A corporeal mortal; knowledge of the nothingness
of material things and of the immortality of all
that is spiritual.
Oil. Consecration; charity; gentleness; prayer; heavenly
Pharisee. Corporeal and sensuous belief; self-righteousness;
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