A World of Thought, Not a World of Things – 1945 Address
Topics are: Great Men and Woman; Sponsors for the Twentieth Century; “The Time for Thinkers Has Come”; A World of Thought, Not a World of Things; Body — The Embodiment of Ideas.
Fundamentals of Christian Science – 1946 Address
Includes: “Infinite Progression is Concrete Being”; Fundamentals of Christian Science; Our Attitude Toward Body; Principle and Rules; Sin and the Would-be Mental Assassin; Roman Catholicism.
In 1945, Mrs. Wilcox said to her students: “When so-called material things are understood as divine ideas, then we have present, as divine ideas, the things which we need and desire as readily as we have present the thought about the things which we need and desire. In the measure that our human thought is illumined with divine ideas of God, or Mind, we are conscious of omnipresence, the availability, and tangibility of these ideas, and we experience infinite good at hand in the highest form that we can understand, and in the form that meets our human need.”