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It is certain, however, that where the powers of perception are employed, under proper conditions, the conclusions are infallible.
We have now a starting-point from which we may form a correct estimate of the scientific accuracy of the spiritual philosophy of Jesus.
If we are to concede that his doctrines are true, it is obvious that we must demonstrate the correctness of the following propositions:
1.  That Jesus was endowed with the power to obtain a perfect knowledge of spiritual law by perception or intuition.
2.   To demonstrate this we must show, (a) that his knowledge of spiritual law was scientifically accurate; and (3) that it could not have been obtained by the ordinary processes of objective education.
3.  To show that his knowledge was accurate, it must be demonstrated that the conclusions arrived at by the inductive processes of modern science are identical with the doctrines that he proclaimed.
It has already been shown that, as far as his physical manifestations are concerned, each of the statements embraced in the foregoing propositions is true. It has been shown that he must have had an intuitive perception of the law of healing by subjective power, for the reasons, first, that in the state of occult knowledge existing in his day, it was impossible that he could have obtained his knowledge by means of objective education; and, secondly, that his knowledge of the law of healing was scientifically accurate, as shown by the fact (a) that he proclaimed and constantly reiterated the essential condition of the exercise of the power of healing precisely as it is known at the present day; (<) that he constantly practised by the methods known at the present day to be the best; (c) that he surrounded himself and his patients with the best attainable aids to the exercise of his powers, precisely such aids, the utility of which has been demonstrated by modern practice; and (d) that he constantly sought to secure the mental environment which is now known to be of the first importance, if not