No material past

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“…One of the most subtle of these malconclusions is the belief of a material past, the belief that we have been mortal, and have had in the past material experiences which were realities. While this error remains undestroyed or unrebuked in our thought, it binds us with mental shackles to the conclusion that we have a debt to pay for past offenses, physical or moral…”

Read on in this article by Ira W. Packard published 1913 in the Christian Science Sentinel: Justification

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