Christian Science and Facts

Evening Standard

To the Editor of the Standard:— I see in your paper from time to time mention of cases where the Christian Scientists, faith curers, and "higher spheres" Christian Scientists, so-called, and others, who have no right to the name, have failed and in some cases the healers have been brought before the court, but I do not see the result of the trials published in the same. As for the faith curers and other healers. I have nothing to say, but will say that none of our brethren in this country, or in foreign countries, have been convicted, and furthermore no law has been passed, nor can be that will prevent Christian Scientists from healing the sick.

I think it would be a good idea to give the Christian scientists a rest and, for a change, tell the people, with large head lines, how many children and adults the doctors are losing in Manchester. N. H., Buffalo. N. Y., New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, and other places.

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