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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
“A practical handbook of spiritual development . . . [Fox] gives his readers a profound outlook upon life and an absolutely fresh scale of values.” (New York Times Book Review)
Emmet Fox has been a major spiritual inspiration in my life and a significant intellectual force behind all my work. (Steve Chandler, author of The Story of You)
“Emmet Fox was one of the world’s greatest metaphysical teachers. His works have contributed profoundly to the spiritual understanding of millions of people, including myself.” (Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love)
Not what I was expecting, but I have learned about this bible philosophy through my weekly devotion to The Science of Mind by Dr. Ernest Holmes and the late Og Mandino.Published 2 months ago by Randy Dyck
I have had copies of this book before. I've passed them on to others. I recommend this book to anyone seeking the mysteries of lifePublished 13 months ago by SteveH
The TRUTH about the eachings of Jesus, True role between man and God, and the power of prayer! I will need to reRead this many times! A MUST READ! Read morePublished 22 months ago by Alan S Hern
This is a book on how to live a good life - not easy to read at times due to knowing that some life adjustments should be made..... Love Emmet FoxPublished on March 17 2013 by Shannon Fraser
Of the classical New Thought writers of the 20th century, Emmet Fox and Ernest Holmes are the ones who adhere most closely to the Judeo-Christian tradition. Read morePublished on Oct. 13 2007 by Peter Uys
I use this book as a daily meditation and study guide. It has dramatically changed my perspective on Christianity and life. Read morePublished on July 1 2004 by Steve M.
I read this book and fell in love with it. Then, I started reading more books by Fox and doing research on his background and his fellow spiritual teachers. Read morePublished on Feb. 27 2004