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Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter XI Post by :petero Category :Nonfictions Author :Mark Twain Date :April 2011 Read :1653

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Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter XI

(I must rest a little, now. To sit here and painstakingly spin out a
scheme which imagines Mrs. Eddy, of all people, working her mind on a
plane above commercialism; imagines her thinking, philosophizing,
discovering majestic things; and even imagines her dealing in
sincerities--to be frank, I find it a large contract But I have begun it,
and I will go through with it.)
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Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter XII Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter XII

Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter XII
It is evident that she made disciples fast, and that their belief in herand in the authenticity of her heavenly ambassadorship was not of thelukewarm and half-way sort, but was profoundly earnest and sincere. Herbook was issued from the press in 1875, it began its work of convert-making, and within six years she had successfully launched a new Religionand a new system of healing, and was teaching them to crowds of eagerstudents in a College of her own, at prices so extraordinary that we arealmost compelled to accept her statement (no, her guarded intimation)that the rates were arranged on high,

Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter X Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter X

Christian Science - BOOK II - Chapter X
There she stands-painted by herself. No witness but herself has beenallowed to testify. She stands there painted by her acts, and decoratedby her words. When she talks, she has only a decorative value as awitness, either for or against herself, for she deals mainly inunsupported assertion; and in the rare cases where she puts forward averifiable fact she gets out of it a meaning which it refuses to furnishto anybody else. Also, when she talks, she is unstable, she wanders, sheis incurably inconsistent; what she says to-day she contradicts tomorrow.But her acts are consistent. They are