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A-6I — Syllabus I (includes A-6Ia, “The Rules for Studying the 7 Synonyms”)


MP3, 33 hrs, 1977, Wilmington, DE

Author:
Max Kappeler


File Size: 540 MB , MP3
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Study Guide Size: 98 KB

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A-6I, Syllabus I, is the first in a series of five study programs on the fundamentals of the divine system of reference. This class focuses on the 7 synonyms for God: Mind, Spirit, Soul, Principle, Life, Truth, Love (see S&H 465:10). The 7 synonyms for God are the basis for a new spiritual language—the language of Spirit, God. We need to culture a new structure of consciousness—a divine consciousness—to “speak” this language of Spirit, and to understand the deep-structure language of the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. This program, used in conjunction with Complete Compendium for the Study of Christian Science, provides the most in-depth study of the 7 synonyms. A-6Ia, The Rules for Studying the 7 Synonymous Terms for God in Science and Health, explains the 13 scientific rules and methods that John W. Doorly and Max Kappeler used for ascertaining the specific ideas that uniquely characterize each of the 7 synonymous terms for God as found in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. For example, to answer the question &ldquo:How is a synonym characterized in a sentence in the Textbook?,” we must always name a characteristic of the synonym itself. For instance, in S&H 143:26 we find, “Mind is the grand creator.” Here Mind is characterized as the creator. It conveys something about the nature of the synonym itself, and not our attitude toward, or personal thoughts about, a synonym.

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