Veritas Answered

The Courier

Editor Courier, Dear Sir:—In your edition of December 21, 1899, was a letter signed Veritas, in which the writer ostensibly attacks Christian Science as a religion, but in reality attacks Christianity.

Science needs no logical defence and no logic can overthrow it, for all Science is divine, else God is not the great Author and Creator of all. All God's works were pronounced good and God is conceded to be Omniscience (All Science), hence, all God's works are scientific, therefore to deny Christianity scientific basis and operation is infidelity. To denominate the works which Jesus set for a sign to "every one that believeth," as "belonging to the realm of fancy, imagination, and supernatural,"—to denominate as such, the healing of sickness and sin, and that, too, in the face of all the Bible promises in this direction, is a denial of the Bible itself, and certainly challenges the truth of Christ's doctrine and the sincerity of his promises.

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