Christian Science not a Fad

Mexican Herald

Christian Science cannot be classed among the fads or manias of the ignorant. It is emphatically the faith of exceptionally cultivated people, well to do, and thoughtful. This is the most significant things about it, and grave professors of psychology, like Mr. James of Harvard, are inclined to give the sect credit for many remarkable cures. Christian Science is apparently a protest against the gross materialistic view of life that prevailed twenty years ago. It is an intellectual revolt. There is much in it which conservative people object to, but the fact remains that hundreds of thousands of the educated class, both in England and the United States, are believers, give money freely to build superb church edifices, and are all enthusiastic beyond the wont of modern religious bodies.—Mexican Herald.

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