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The Sermon on the Mount--now passing its 65th birthday--remains a vital and provocative introduction to the ideas at the
heart of Christian Science. At heart it means to be entirely practical, as the "Science" of the name would indicate.
Denying any interest in theology (there is no theology in the Bible, Fox argues), the author instead suggests that what
Jesus was after was results: "Jesus explains to us what the nature of God is, and what our own nature is; tells us the
meaning of life and of death; shows us why we make mistakes; why we yield to temptation; why we become sick, and
impoverished, and old; and, most important of all, he tells us how all these evils may be overcome, and how we may bring
health, happiness, and true prosperity into our lives." And the Spiritual Key? Fox puts it quite simply: "The Truth
turns out to be nothing less than the amazing but undeniable fact that the whole outer world--whether it be the physical
body, the common things of life, the winds and the rain, the clouds, the earth itself--is amenable to man's thought, and
that he has dominion over it when he knows it." --Doug Thorpe