What Religious Science Teaches: A New Thought Primer
Publisher: Science of Mind Publishing
The thought of the ages has looked to the day when science and religion shall walk hand in hand through the visible to the invisible. A movement that endeavors to unify the great conclusions of human experience must be kept free from personal ambitions and interpretation. If science recognizes only a government of law whose principles are universal, and religion becomes dogmatic and often superstitious when based on any one personality, for “Religious Science” to exist, the focus must insistently be on God; ever present, ever available. In essence, this was the primal message of the enlightened prophets of all the ages, and this is the message or Religious Science.
What Religious Science Teaches is a summation of the Science of Mind theory that proclaims there is One Infinite Mind which of necessity includes all that is, whether it be the intelligence in man, the life in the animal, or the invisible Presence which is God. In it we learn to have a spiritual sense of things.
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DR. ERNEST HOLMES (1887-1960) is known to millions as a great leader and teacher; and to even more as the author of many inspirational books and tapes, such as CREATIVE MIND, THIS THING CALLED LIFE, and THE SCIENCE OF MIND. A teacher, writer, and lecturer; Dr. Holmes founded the Science of Mind philosophy in 1927, and regularly appeared on television and radio. His signature saying, “There is a power greater than you in the universe, and you can use it,” became well known over the years. By taking a clear and simple approach in researching the wisdom of the ages from many disciplines, Ernest Holmes developed a practical, spiritual approach to living an abundant life and created the Science of Mind. Since early 1900’s, the Science of Mind Textbook has been the cornerstone to Religious Science churches and Centers for Spiritual Living around the world.