Christian Science

People and Patriot

Editor People and Patriot:—In a recent issue of your paper, in an article on Christian Science, occurs a statement which might lead the reader to suppose that the Massachusetts Metaphysical College, of which our eminent citizen, Mrs. Eddy, is president, is a money-making institution. The facts in the case are these: It is true that the college accomplished so much good and its course of studies was so highly appreciated that large numbers of Christian people eagerly sought admission.

It is true also that the college was closed at the height of its prosperity. This fact furnished good evidence that money-making was not the object of its founder. When Mrs. Eddy felt that her time should be given to other important labor for the welfare of humanity, she closed the doors of her prosperous college.

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