What Christian Scientists Believe


Jersey City, December 26, 1900

Editor The Observer.

Dear Sir:—There seems to be general impression, gathered from various sources, that Christian Science is not in accord with Scriptural teaching; that its text-book is used as a substitute for the Bible, and that prayer is of no avail. It may be that some of your many readers would like to know something of this religion, which is not only attracting the attention but drawing within its folds many of the brightest intellects of the day; and as quite a number of persons in this city are becoming interested in it, I beg space in which to correct the false impressions made upon those who are not familiar with the teachings of the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker G. Eddy.

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Defends Christian Science
January 24, 1901

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