Editorial Comment


This morning we publish in full the address delivered by Judge Ewing of Chicago, on Christian Science, and it is well worth perusal for several reasons. This religion is making converts every day, and its adherents are drawn from the middle class and the class generally given a place above that, men and women who are not given to vivid emotions and who believe in the orthodox. The lecturer is one of the ablest lawyers in Illinois and he has dealt with the subject in a lucid and judicial manner. The fact that this religion is the evolution of a woman's brain, guided, her adherents claim, by inspiration from on high, makes it still more interesting. It is, we believe, the only modern case in which a woman has been successful in maintaining a distinct religious sect.

Herald-Democrat, Leadville, Col.

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April 12, 1900

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