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mortal mind

noun, Christian Science.
the illusion that mind and life arise from matter and are subject to death.
Compare mind (def 19).
Origin of mortal mind
First recorded in 1870-75 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • mortal mind is the opposite of immortal mind, and sin the opposite of goodness.

    Unity of Good Mary Baker Eddy
  • God cannot be the all unless he is immortal and mortal mind at the same time.

    What is Christian Science? M. M. Mangasarian
  • Paleolithic man still died, because he did not have enough real knowledge in his mortal mind to keep him from missing the mark.

    Carmen Ariza Charles Francis Stocking
  • For, if the mortal man is a mind at all, he assuredly is a mortal mind.

    Carmen Ariza Charles Francis Stocking
  • This, however, did not shake the faith of Mrs. Eddy in the doctrine that sickness was an error of mortal mind.

  • It is, in brief, for Mrs. Eddy and her followers the creation of mortal mind.

  • The mortal body being but the objective state of the mortal mind, this mind must be renovated to improve the body.

  • mortal mind is apparently the source of all these illusions.

  • Pauls hunger and thirst, and stripes and shipwrecks, and perils and imprisonments were not the vain froth of a mortal mind.

    The Bible and Life Edwin Holt Hughes
  • Into mortal mind's material obliquity I gazed, and stood abashed.

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