What Religious Science Teaches

de Ernest Holmes (Auteur)
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Religious Science is not a personal opinion, nor is it a special revelation. It is a result of the best thought of the ages. It borrows much of its light from others, but in so doing, robs no one, for Truth is universal.

The Christian Bible, perhaps the greatest book ever written, truly points a way to eternal values. But there are many other bibles, all of which taken together weave the story of spiritual Truth into a unified pattern.

All peoples have had their bibles, as all have had their religions; all have pointed a way to ultimate values, but can we say that any of them has really pointed the way? It is unreasonable to suppose that any one person, or people, encompasses all truth, and that they alone can reveal the way of life to others.

Taking the best from all sources, Religious Science has access to the highest enlightenment of the ages. Religious Science reads everyman?s bible and gleans the truths contained therein. It studies all peoples? thought and draws from each that which is true. Without criticism, without judgment, but by true discrimination, that which is true and provable may be discovered and put to practical use.

What is Truth? Where may it be found? And how used? These are the questions that intelligent people ask. They find their answer in the study of Religious Science. Shorn of dogmatism, freed from superstition, and always ready for greater illumination, Religious Science offers the student of life the best that the world has so far discovered.

It has been well said that ?religions are many, but Religion is one.? The varying faiths of humankind are unnumbered, but the primal faith of the race is today, as of old, the One Faith; an instinctive reliance upon the Unseen, which we have learned to call God.

Religion is One. Faith is One. Truth is One.

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9 octobre 2020
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