The Legal Aspect of Christian Science

We are permitted to publish the following interesting and able opinion of ex-Judge J. E. McKeighan of St. Louis, Mo., written to Carol Norton, C.S.D. This clear, concise, and well-sustained opinion of a lawyer of Judge McKeighan's ability, experience, and standing at the bar, will carry with it great weight among all thinking people. We take pleasure in reproducing the same in full. It is as follows:—

St. Louis, Mo., December 12, 1898. Carol Norton, Esq., C.S.D.,

My Dear Friend:—Referring again to your letter of November 25, I have to say that I have examined the questions hereinafter referred to which you have put to me, not exhaustively, but in a general way and sufficient to satisfy my own judgment of what my answers should be, and which answers I feel reasonably assured will be sustained. Your questions are as follows:—

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