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Failures in the Practice.
It is often asked why Christian Scientists are not successful in every case, if their system of healing be divine and therefore infallible. The fact that patients do pass away while under Christian Science treatment is accepted by many as proof positive that the system is either a delusion or a cheat.
Protests such as the following are often voiced by critics: "I am told that Christian Science heals by the power of Christ and is divine. Disease is error, and so on. I deny absolutely such power. I assert most emphatically that there is no evidence of such a power being in existence. I do not believe it ever was. If it is now in existence, in use, it is divine, and therefore infallible. Any one possessing it should be able to avert every ill, but Christian Science patients die right along the same as others. If it be said that this is due to the Christian Scientists not having the full power, or the patient resisting, then the element of failure is admitted, and the divine method is fallible, the same as allopathic, homeopathic, or that late idea, the osteopathic."
Another Falsehood Refuted
with contributions from MARY BAKER EDDY
with contributions from Rosa Upton, Leon I. Wood
What there is in Christian Science
with contributions from Christian Science Department
What Fears of Human Mind have to do with Contagion
Waldo P. Warren
Doctors and Christian Science
Norman E. John
The Holy Shadow
A. C. Ziemer
Is Christian Science from God?
BY REV. JOSIAH ZIMMERMAN.
BY E. L. C.
BY S. ACENIA PRICE.
A Lesson from a Plate-Glass Window
BY A. I. C.
Christian Science in the Practice of Dentistry
BY CHARLES G. PEASE, M.D., D.D.S.
College and Church One
Mary Baker G. Eddy with contributions from Editor
Watch and Pray
BY JAMES J. ROME.
I was afflicted with sciatic rheumatism for seven months
A. A. Campbell
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Lloyd B. Coate with contributions from Hester, Mary
E. B. Linscott