From the Boston Herald

The following was published in the Boston Herald of December 26, relative to an editorial in that paper which, among other things, claimed that Christian Scientists seek to practise in an unnatural way merely for personal benefits.

To the Editor of the Herald:—I am sure you will be glad to have a statement from me as to what Christian Scientists really do believe and practise concerning some of the things so kindly commented upon in your editorial of yesterday. Faith in God and spirituality can be perpetuated only by the practice of spiritual teachings. The waning faith of this age is due more to a lack of practice than of understanding. Spirituality and real healing power are one and the same. They cannot be separated.

Opportunities for Doing Good
January 4, 1900

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