His disciples believed Jesus to be dead while he was hidden in the sepulchre, whereas he was alive, demonstrating within the narrow tomb the power of Spirit to overrule mortal, material sense. ... Paul writes: “For if, when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the [seeming] death of His Son...”
Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p.44,45
Let’s see; the Bible says Jesus was dead in the tomb and Eddy says he was alive. Then she added a word, in brackets, to Paul’s words to give credence to her teachings. Well, if Christ did not die, then our sins never paid for. What do you trust - the Word of God or the words of Mary Baker Eddy? I trust the Word of God, and I’d suggest you do the same.