Interest in Christian Science

The recent publication in the Mail of letters said to be the correspondence of Agrippa and Christ, in which the former asks the latter to come into his territory and heal him (Agrippa) of disease, has aroused some discussion in regard to divine healing, and incidentally has directed attention to the claims of Christian Science. The local church of that belief holds its regular Sunday and Wednesday evening meetings at Jory's Hall without any blare of trumpets; but its members claim that it is meeting with a steady growth.

Dr. C. Grattan was asked by a Mail reporter yesterday whether the letters referred to had occasioned much interest among the people of his faith. He remarked that it was impossible to say whether the letters were authentic or not. It was altogether possible that such letters had been written, but fraud in the matter of such relics was so easy that the letters would not probably be regarded with much interest unless strong proofs were adduced that they were really written by the persons, whose names they bear.

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